A spunky goth girl discovers her destiny: to restore the balance to the primal forces of existance with the aide of a magical gargoyle and the dormant power within her.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer 'Jen' Tate (voice)
Scree / Abdizur (voice)
Prince Jared (voice)
Paul Darrow ...
Ferai Shaman / The Watcher (voice)
Abaddon / King Iblis (voice)
Count Raum (voice)
Lewis (voice)
Rob Brown ...
King Herne (voice)
Niki Felstead ...
Arella / Princess Elizabeth (voice)
Nicola Goodchild ...
Queen Aino / Countess Empusa (voice)
Melissa Lloyd ...
Malikel (voice)
Ève Karpf ...
Queen Devena / Captain Valeera (voice)
Tony Morley ...
Ferai Huntsman (voice)
James Busby ...
Wraith Ally (voice)
Andy Tudor ...
Ferai Guard / Ferai Hunter (voice)


A spunky goth girl discovers her destiny: to restore the balance to the primal forces of existance with the aide of a magical gargoyle and the dormant power within her.

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Demon Worlds About To Go Under! ...Good enough for me....

I'm a Xenite, and I try to follow up on what ever project the former Xena: Warrior Princess - actors/actresses are doing now after the series are concluded. Seeing Hudson taking the leap into video gaming, warms my heart greatly. But, did she pull it off? Did she do a good job? I also used to watch Babylon 5 as long as the only Norwegian TV channel that sent did send it, and yes, I liked G'kar very much. He appealed to me in a much stronger degree than, say, the minbari. Andreas (hey, that's my middle name too!) has a very unique voice, and voice acting suits him. But I still ask; did he pull this one off?

The game itself is right up my alley. Quasi-Christian themes, goth-like atmosphere, metal rock soundtracks and kick-@$$ action. And the concept of having two main characters that is being controlled by the same player finally comes to its real right here. (Now, don't get me wrong; the idea is not new OR revolutionary. ICO was first, and stand its ground as the innovator on this concept. Primal is merely showing that it has learned from a master.) Goth-waitress Jen and gargoyle-statue-come-to-life Scree, the main characters are quite the pair. It really great to see them travel through the worlds of the Ferais, the Undines, the Wraiths and the Djinns. The levels are massive in size! And the story is very entertaining, with a lot of plot twists. They might not be superb designs, but I'm not going to complain. After all, this game have to compete with giants like Tomb Raider, ICO, Shadow of the Colossus and God of War. I'm impressed by the mere attempt from Siny on this project. And that they have included huge personas like Hudson Leick and Andreas Katsulas to do VO, and 16Volt, a very impressive up-and-coming band, to deliver the score, is a huge bonus. For those who have read my MGS2 and MGS3 comments, you know I love unlockables, and cutscene collections. Primal's got that too. They have a 'Scene Select' option and a card collection options. Also, for each level you complete, you unlock a bonus featurette. One of them being a "Actors' Feturette" where there is a short interview with Hudson and Andreas. In this interview, Hudson says she bought a PlayStation2, and was completely hooked. She couldn't understand how people could combine both playing video games AND going to work. (No sweat, Huds. I do it all the time. It's just a matter of taking off time that is specifically reserved for gameplay. Say, 2 hours every other day.)

So, after completing the game twice and being both a Xenite and partly a B5 fan, did Hudson and Andreas pull it off? I would say... Yes, but only to a certain degree. I would say that they took on a very difficult task as this was both their first time doing VO for a game, and probably knowing that they were such celebrities that they would probably have to carry this whole game on their own. AND constantly being compared to Callisto and G'kar all the way. I say that Primal is not Dah Big One, but it's damn close.

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