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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephan Weyte ...
Caleb (voice)
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Ophelia / Gabriella (voice)
Eric Mills ...
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Ted D'Arms ...
Gideon (voice)
Michael Shapiro ...
Ishmael (voice) (as Mike Shapiro)
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The Voice (voice) (as Jason Hall)
Chris Wicklund ...
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Scott Burns ...
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Kathy Levin ...
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Henry Dardenne ...
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Drake Collier ...
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(voice) (as David White)
John Armstrong ...
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Lynn Rott ...
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Action | Horror

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M
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20 November 1998 (USA)  »

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When Caleb is on the rooftop above the museum and looks down through the glass, you can see images of fish carved in the walls just under the glass panes. These are images of the killer fish from the first Blood. See more »

Quotes

Gideon: Don't have much luck with trains do you?
Caleb: You just made your second mistake.
Gideon: Oh really? What was my first mistake?
Caleb: Letting me live!
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References A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) See more »

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I really expected more.
8 October 2012 | by (Deadwood) – See all my reviews

The first "Blood" game was really something amazing in the world of video games and FPS games, it really leaved an impression on me. Until this game ruined it all. This game ruined the idea of the first game, it has no some special story, no interesting characters, nor interesting dialog. The graphics are better, and that's it. This game looks more like a SF game, rather than supernatural horror, some weapons are joke, some enemies are also joke, and they were badly designed. Kaleb is more merry-go-round with his shotgun, killing everything in his path, it's just that, he just go and kills, without no soul, no purpose. Stephan Weyte, who voiced Kaleb returns here to voice him again, and he is good at voicing Kaleb, but, the lines were dumb. Here, we get to see Kaleb with his love Ophelia (though in the first game she was killed), and two of Kaleb's friends who are helping him to save the world from evil Gideon, a business man and a cultist, really uninteresting character, with no soul or emotions. Level design is also silly, quite boring on some occasions, but the good things is that is filled with darkness. I really don't recommend this game, not even to the real "Blood" fans. I really expect to see Blood 3, or something else, no matter if it were a sequel or a prequel, but I expect to bee fun and haunting. This game does not offer any of that. Well, maybe just little fun...


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