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Lazarus Jones (voice)
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Professor Richmond (voice)
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Hawksmoor (voice) (as Sir Michael Gambon)
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Fortesque (voice)
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Anna Steele (voice)
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Rednech Chief / Electric Guardian (voice)
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Warden McCarthy / Priest / Redneck Sniper (voice)
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Jonathan Kydd ...
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Redneck Girl / Ghost Girl (voice)
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Lazarus stumbles upon a defunct lab and accidentally releases a professor's collection of malevolent ghosts; His police partner, Anna is abducted by one of the ghosts and Lazarus must enter different dimensions and hunt down the ghosts to rescue her. Written by Anonymous

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A New Ghost Hunter is Born. See more »


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Creative but the last 5th is a big let-down...
26 August 2004 | by (Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK) – See all my reviews

I bought Ghosthunter because I really enjoyed Primal (from the same developers - at the end of Primal there is a great Ghosthunter 'coming soon' clip) and the reviews I read were of the 'bordering on excellent' variety.

I was a little disappointed; yes the game was creative - some set pieces reek of originality, especially in the swamps, but the dialogue jars in a way that the Primal script does not and worst of all, the game overall has a rushed-through, 'unfinished' feel to it. It's a shame that the high production values (Sir Michael Gambon voicing the villain, characters with convincing facial expressions, some of the best graphics I personally have ever seen) are let down by a totally unsatisfying ending.

All in all, it was enjoyable playing this game but the ending... I spent £39.99 on this, and my advice is this - buy it but wait till it's cut price (which, judging by the fact that it charted as the 280th best-selling game in 2003, will not be long!).

Buy Primal instead!


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