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Cast overview:
Jack Archer (voice)
Lynn Minmei / Izzy Randal (voice)
Melora Harte ...
Helena Chase (voice)
Steve Kramer ...
Skarrde (voice)
Melanie MacQueen ...
Lisa Hayes / Kiyora (voice)
Tony Oliver ...
Rick Hunter / Hiro Yoshi (voice)
Roy Fokker / Zeraal (voice)


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To survive, you must change into a warrior. To save humankind, you must change into a hero. Change or die.


Action | Sci-Fi






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24 September 2002 (USA)  »

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Main character Jack Archer was referenced in an "easter egg" in Robotech: Invasion (2004).. See more »


Followed by Robotech: Love Live Alive (2013) See more »

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The Macross Saga Revisited
7 December 2003 | by (Silicon Valley, CA, USA) – See all my reviews

Out of the three parts of the Robotech story, the Macross Saga is considered by many fans to be the best part of the story. Robotech: Battlecry places you in the hands of a Veritech fighter and gives you the persona of a Corporal Jack Archer (voiced by Cam Clarke, the voice of Max Sterling and Lancer). As Corporal Archer, you must complete missions that run concurrent to the storyline of the Macross Saga. The first mission, for example, puts you and your squadron in the midst of a dogfight with Zentraedi forces attempting to shoot down the Sea Sergeants shown in the first episode of the series. As the missions progess, so does the old storyline.

You'll recognize some old friends from time to time; Rick Hunter, Roy Fokker, Lynn Minmei and Lisa Hayes (all voiced by their original actors). New friends include Izzy Randal (voiced by Rebecca Forstadt, aka Reba West, the voice of Lynn Minmei), and Helena Chase (voiced by Melora Harte, the voice of Musica from the New Generation saga). The immersion of old and new characters complete the sense of living through the story and remembering a childhood favorite in a completely different way.

Robotech: Battlecry will take you all the way to the end of the saga, with a twist, and in spite of it all, you'll want to play this game again and again. A must for all Robotech fans.

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