Cast overview:
Rick O'Connell (voice)
Imhotep (voice)
Anck-Sunamun / Meela (voice)
Jonathan Carnahan / Baltus Hafez (voice)
Oliver Kindred ...
Alex O'Connell (voice)
Cultist Warriors / Medjai (voice)


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Good or Evil? Go with evil. You can hit restart when you go to hell.



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4 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Ardeth Bey: Amidst the chaos, Alex grabbed the book of the dead from Anck-Su-Namun, and used it to resuscitate Evy. Then, with Imhotep defeated, the Scorpion King destroyed, and our heroes united, the hidden oasis destroys itself, drawing the vast jungle into a single vortex created by the pyramid. It doesn't look good for Rick and his family as they struggle to the top of the pyramid - until Izzy and his battered dirigible emerge from the horizon. As my valiant friends make their escape and sail safely ...
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An excellent video game of The Mummy Returns!
30 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

This is one of my favorite games to play. The best part is that you can play one of the main characters, Rick or Imhotep, in this game with realistic game levels, high-quality cinema tics, and epic storytelling throughout the entire game. So, play as the good Rick O'Connell or the evil, villainous, Imhotep. Save your son and thwart the mummy's plans from ruling the world or already be granted on your quest to rule the world! The only thing that I find a little irritating about this game is that during the movie cut scenes, their mouths don't move. Well, in a few of them they do, but, not in all of them. Anyway, this game was really fun and very exciting to play!


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