Based on the animated television show, play as Jack as he searches for a time portal that will return him to the present to defeat the evil that is Aku.

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Aku (voice)
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Samurai Jack / Mad Jack / The Foreman / The Archeologist (voice)
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Extor / Jack's Father / The Priest / Lead Kid / Kami (voice) (as Jeff Glenn Bennett)
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Kid / Lizard / Villager / Slave (voice)
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The Scotsman / The King / The Tree Spirit / Announcer (voice)
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First Villager / Brave Slave (voice)
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Based on the animated television show, play as Jack as he searches for a time portal that will return him to the present to defeat the evil that is Aku.

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Samurai Jack: The king.
[Samurai Jack bows before the lizard king]
The King: You arrive not a moment too soon. Aku has enslaved my people. Any minute, his drones will storm my hiding place. I will give you our villages most valuable treasure if you-
[the king lizard pushes the button, plays with the joystick and it lowers the roped platform with the treasure chest on it, and then he stops the platform]
Samurai Jack: I have no need for treasure. I seek a portal that will take me back in time.
The King: A portal? My Priest would know such a ...
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Spun-off from Samurai Jack (2001) See more »

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Samurai Jack, not just for kids
26 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show is by far one of the best out there. The story line is amazing the sound is impressive and the style of art is unique. The art style is unique in they don't use black lines to separate objects from each other. Like in real life the drawing stops were the object stops. The music and sounds are just as unique.

From the creator of the Powerpuff Girls, this is a must have classic. It is also a tribute to the actor MAKO who we have lost this year. His voice was undeniably recognizable.

Even the episodes are named simplistically and uniquely. Instead of giving the episodes names, they are numbered by Roman Numerals. They are there just so you can see the story unfold in order of the events that follow Samurai Jack.

My suggestion is that everyone goes out and buys the two seasons of DVD's.


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