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Peace, freedom, and liberty. All that make up a nation. But this is threatened by terrorist, rebels, etc. It is up to you and an elite US NAVY SEALS team to stop such actions from ... See full summary »
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HQ (voice)
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SEAL Commander SPECTER (voice)
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SEAL Operative JESTER (voice)
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SEAL Operative WARDOG (voice) (as Michael Clark Duncan)
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SEAL Operative VANDAL (voice)
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British S.A.S. Operative SABRE (voice) (as Greg Ellis)
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British S.A.S. Operative REAVER (voice)
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Russian Spetznaz Operative POLARIS (voice)
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Russian Spetznaz Operative BLUDSHOT (voice)
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Pashko / Castrioti Sesseri / Additional Albania VO (voice) (as Kastriot Hasa)
Meti Kusari ...
Pius Platz (voice)
Isa Jonay ...
Foreman Besnik / Additional Albanian VO (voice)
Shukri Rexha ...
General Rugova (voice)
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Additional Albania VO (voice)
Val Morrison ...
Additional Albania VO (voice) (as Val Marijan)
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Peace, freedom, and liberty. All that make up a nation. But this is threatened by terrorist, rebels, etc. It is up to you and an elite US NAVY SEALS team to stop such actions from destroying freedom in locations such as: Brazil, Russia, and Albania.

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Action | Adventure

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Best Game of 2003!!!
1 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

This game surpasses Part 1. This game brings in more realism, for example: If you order the team to HOLD FIRE and if an enemy is near and they'll shoot him and say, " Sorry sir, he was getting to close". This time your Spectre and Jester is your partner, theres also Wardog and Vandal. Now theres Shotguns and Rocket Launchers. I reccomend this to anyone who likes playing excellent games.

***** out of *****


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