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Cast overview, first billed only:
XIII (voice)
Major Jones (voice)
Ken Starcevic ...
Eddie Crew ...
Walter Sheridan / Others Men #1 (voice)
Jodie Forrest ...
Kim Rowland / Conspiracy Members #4 / Nurses / Other Women #1 (voice)
Adriana Anderson ...
Pam / Nurses / Other Women #2 (voice)
Gary Cowan ...
Pacha / Conspiracy Members #8 (voice)
Christian Erickson ...
Galbrain / Dr. Johnansson / Conspiracy Members #2 (voice)
Mikael Morris ...
Standwell / Conspiracy Members #9 (voice) (as Mike Morris)
David Gasman ...
Willard / Others Men #2 / Conspiracy Members #1 (voice)
Winslow (voice)
Jerry Di Giacomo ...
Mac Call / Others Men #3 / Conspiracy Members #3 (voice)
Peter Thias ...
Spads #1 / Conspiracy Members #6 (voice)
Andy Chase ...
Spads #2 / Conspiracy Members #7 (voice)


A man is rescued by a lifeguard on Brighton Beach. He has suffered a head wound and has no memory of who he is. His only clues to his identity are a tattoo of a roman numeral, XIII and a key to a bank deposit box. He is ambushed by hitmen but escapes, and is eventually captured by the FBI. Colonel Amos of the FBI has photographic evidence of the man, now identified as Steve Roland. With the help of a young woman named Major Jones, the man sets out to search for the missing General Carrington. Carrington went missing while conducting his when investigation into the president's murder and may be the man's only hope of uncovering the truth behind his identity. Can the enigmatic Agent XIII discover the evidence needed to expose the truth or will the shadowy conspiracy continue it's plans for America... Written by redcommander27

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Your num13er is up.


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18 November 2003 (USA)  »

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Thirteen  »

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When breaking into the SPADS camp, you overhear some guards talking. One of them talks about how all the rookies "think they're John Rambo." It gets transcribed onscreen as John Rainbow. See more »


Version of XIII: The Series (2011) See more »

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A great FPS!! It's rare to see this kind of game in so good shape!
13 February 2005 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

I finished playing XIII today and I can tell that this is by far a great game! Not only the graphics are unique (in a comic book style that will definitely blown you away, unless you hate comic book style graphics...), but everything including voice actors, great number of weapons and a great story that is barely seen in a FPS game are all great! However that are some low points that must be reported. I've been fascinated to know that David Duchovny, star of one of the greatest movies I've ever seen, Kalifornia, is the voice actor for the character XIII. But sadly Duchovny's voice in this game is kind of boring. He speaks like he's depressed or not feeling very well at doing a video game character. His voice is by far not as great as other actors like Ray Liotta as Tommy Vercetti or William Fitchner as Ken Rosenberg both from Grand Theft Auto : Vice City, who made a masterpiece of a job performing Tommy and Rosenberg. I understand that there always will be the low points in the career of an artist, but just give me an explanation for Duchovny's bad performing in XIII, even though he's a great actor, a great performer in my opinion. If you get past Duchovny's bad performing, you'll find that the others are great and I think that this game is more special that many other FPS around there, for being so long! We can't find FPS games like XIII around there... at least not much... But I've always been dreaming of playing another game which could be in the same style of Strife. Heard of? Well, play XIII if you like FPS games... and comic book style graphics also...

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