Jack Wade escapes from the Biotech lab after they were doing some experiments on him. Upon escaping, Jack became unconscious in the alley for over a week and finds himself in a hospital. ... See full summary »

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James Livingstone ...
Jack Wade (voice)
Holley Chant ...
Angela Stern (voice)
John Moraitis ...
Esteban Ramirez / Greywolf (voice)
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Dr. Ernst Zweiberg / Hank Redwood / Additional Voices (voice)
Don Fellows ...
Chief Frank Hawke (voice)
Paul Goodwin ...
Alan Sharpe (voice)
Maggie Clews ...
Stella (L.E.I.L.A) (voice)
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Bill Waverley
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Kate Glosse
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Jonathan Kydd ...
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Jan Ravens ...
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Jack Wade escapes from the Biotech lab after they were doing some experiments on him. Upon escaping, Jack became unconscious in the alley for over a week and finds himself in a hospital. When Jack watches the TV with the ABCBS news, he hears that Christopher Stern was buried at the funeral. Later, Angela Stern came to the hospital and hires Jack as a Headhunter to find the person who is responsible for the murder of her father, Christopher Stern. Written by Oliver Kong <kong_oliver@hotmail.com>

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Esteban Ramirez: My friends, they call me the "Cyber Cowboy".
Jack Wade: The rest of us call you asshole.
Esteban Ramirez: That's good. Now I'll enjoy watching you die.
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Followed by Headhunter: Redemption (2004) See more »

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One of the many GREAT games on the Dreamcast.
8 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

This was one of the last games on the Dreamcast in Europe and it turned out to be an exclusive. The graphics are great apart from a few glitches here and there. The motorbike riding is fantastic, it feels like you are playing a biker simulation. The story is really good, almost 'film' like and the top sounds just add to this feeling.

There are a few down-sides: the camera sometimes has no clue what it's doing, the shooting is sometimes hard because it auto-aims towards a barrel or something at an important moment and the biking can be a bit annoying when you almost reach 500 points and you crash into a tree knocking you down to 450... Then again, maybe thats just me being bitter -hehe-.

PICK THIS GAME UP FOR THE DREAMCAST... you won't regret it.


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