The kidnapping of Mark Hammond's son leads him on a journey through London as he does jobs from the kidnapper, Charlie Jolson, criminal empire. Meanwhile, DC Frank Carter searches through the empire for answers.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Don Kembry ...
Mark Hammond (voice)
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Charlie Jolson (voice) (as Ricky Hards)
Joe Rice ...
DC Frank Carter (voice)
Anna Edwards ...
Yasmin (voice)
Michael Preston ...
Harry 'The Hat' (voice)
Dave Golds ...
Jake Jolson (voice)
Paul Burfoot ...
Eyebrows (voice)
Mick Oliver ...
DCI Clive McCormack (voice)
Jim Darrah ...
Grievous (voice)
Elwin 'Chopper' David ...
Jamahl (voice)
Russell Levy ...
Nick Collins (voice)
Paul Swaby ...
Liam (voice)
Vic Robinson ...
DI Joe Fielding (voice)
Wai Tsang ...
Bobby Lee (voice)
Chee Kin Chan ...
Fu Shan Chu (voice)
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The kidnapping of Mark Hammond's son leads him on a journey through London as he does jobs from the kidnapper, Charlie Jolson, criminal empire. Meanwhile, DC Frank Carter searches through the empire for answers.

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Trivia

Although not all of them made it onto the final version of the game, the original list of cars was:
  • Ambulance


  • Alfa Romeo 156


  • Aston Martin DB7


  • Aston Martin V8 Vintage


  • Audi TT


  • Bentley Continental


  • BMW 3-Series


  • BMW 5-series


  • BT Van


  • Car Transporters


  • Cherokee


  • Chrysler Voyager


  • Citreon 2CV


  • Cranes


  • Double Decker Buses


  • Fedex Van


  • Fiat Punto


  • Fire Truck


  • Ford Capri


  • Ford Escort XR3i


  • Ford Focus


  • Ford Fiesta


  • Ford Granada


  • Ford Transit Van


  • Forklift


  • Honda Accord


  • Jaguar


  • Jolson Motor


  • London Cab (Black & Red)


  • Lexus LS 2003


  • Lexus S3 2003


  • Lotus Espirit


  • Mercedez Benz S Class


  • Mini (new)


  • Nissan Micra


  • Police Car (Ford Fiesta)


  • Police Car (Vauxhall Vectra)


  • Police Truck


  • Police Van


  • Range Rover


  • Renault Laguna


  • Routemaster Bus


  • Rover 2000


  • Royal Mail Van


  • Saab 900


  • Saab 93


  • Seat Ibiza


  • Toyota Corolla


  • Toyota Hiace


  • Toyota MR2


  • Toyota Transporter Truck


  • TVR Cerbera


  • Vauxhall Astra Max Van


  • Volvo


  • VW Golf


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Goofs

In the Snow Hill Police Station massacre mission Hammond goes in wearing a BT uniform. When you reach Yasmin in the interview room your outfit changes back to your suit and tie. However, the suit can be seen on the floor. See more »

Quotes

DC Frank Carter: Seems like coppers are more in danger from McCormack these days than they are from the villains.
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Crazy Credits

The end credits scroll over images of the cast, including Ricky Hards (Charlie), Don Kembry (Mark), Joe Rice (Frank), Anna Edwards (Yasmin), Michael Preston (Harry) and Dave Golds (Jake). See more »

Connections

References Mission: Impossible II (2000) See more »

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Worth your attention
21 April 2003 | by (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

Let's start this off by me saying that you should not go into this game thinking it's GTA made by Sony and placed in a real city, rather look at it as a British Mob movie similar to the scenarios of Lock, Stock and Snatch. The game isn't as vast or as non-linear as GTA but it does have it's strong points. The sound is top-notch, with great voices and music for the game; graphics are top notch, with realistic looking locations of London and real-life European cars, many of which are not offered on this side of the Atlantic. Although the game is fairly linear, the story-line is rich enough to warrant a full play through. The only real downside is the controls that can be a bit of a pain at times, but it's something that is easily learned. The guys who made this game (Team SOHO) are already planning on releasing a sequel to the game, which would take place probably in New York, and seeing how well they recreated London, their next game will be even better.


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