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31 January 2000 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Joanna Cassidy ... Hecubah (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Captain / Necromancer 1 / Lewis (voice)

Seann William Scott ... Jack Mower (voice)
Susan Chesler ... Tina (voice)

Mark Rolston ... Warlord Horrendous / Guard 1 / Townsman 3 (voice)

Ian Abercrombie ... Horvath / Loproc (voice)
Bill Woodsen ... Narrator / Mordwyn (voice)
Lee Perry ... Mayor Theogrin / Guard 2 / Rogue / Townsman 1 / Barkeeper (voice)

Neil Ross ... Mystic / Guard 3 / Mineworker 1 (voice)
Erik Thompson ... Shopkeeper / Guard 4 / Townsman 2 (voice)

Susanne Blakeslee ... Woman 1 / Woman 2 / Woman 3 (voice) (as Suzanne Blakeslee)
Warren Burton ... Aldwyn / Mine Worker 2 / Morgan (voice)
Paul Mercier ... Quartermaster / Aidan / Henrick / Necromancer 2 / Mineworker 5 (voice)
Michael Booth ... Gearhart (voice) (as Michael S. Booth)
John Hight ... Archivist / Townsman 4 / Guard 5 (voice)
Julie Brugman ... Woman 4 / Woman 5 / Dryad (voice)
David Fries ... Guard 6 / Townsman 7 (voice)
Mark Skaggs ... Townsman 5 (voice)
Glenn Burtis ... Townsman 6 (voice)
Tanya Pereira ... Woman 6 (voice)
Christine Lundgren ... Woman 7 (voice)
Ken Allen ... Guard 7 (voice)
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Produced by
John Hight .... executive producer
Original Music by
Frank Klepacki 
Art Department
Gary L. Freeman .... graphics
Gary L. Freeman .... illustrator
Sound Department
David Fries .... voice direction and sound design
Mical Pedriana .... sound
Visual Effects by
James Allan May .... visual effects artist

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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
What a fun game!, 11 March 2009
Author: TheBearisHERE from Lithuania

Even after all these years, "Nox" is still a highly enjoyable and addictive action RPG. It's an epic story of an ordinary guy living in a trailer, who one day gets magically transported from our modern Earth to another dimension - the land of Nox. There, he must not only try to find a way to get back home, but also cleanse the land of evil, step by step maturing and becoming the legendary hero of Nox.

When you start, you can choose out of three player classes, which will determine your character's campaign. Each of them have completely different missions from each other, which gives the game a huge replay value! Either you're a slashing and bashing warrior or a mind controlling, animal-summoning conjurer or a wizard with a ton of spells, be prepared for a journey you'll remember! "Nox" is without doubt one of the best video games I've ever played in my life.

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