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Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy (2004)

A psychic terrorist organization is bent on taking over the world, and a lone soldier, with altered memories and suppressed psychic abilities, is sent to infiltrate and stop their plans at all costs.



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Credited cast:
Steve Matuszak ...
Nick Scryer, Nicholas Wrightson (voice)
Joanna Buese ...
Sara Blake, Tonya Blake (voice)
Greg Whalen ...
The General (voice)
Jerry Bloom ...
Jov Leonov (voice)
Freeman Coffey ...
Edgar Barret (voice)
Jeannie Woo ...
Wei Lu (voice)
Tracy Hyland ...
Marlena Kessler (Pyro) (voice) (as Tracy Repep)
Merrie Greenfield ...
Dr. Kimiko Jones (voice)
Johanna Añonuevo ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Ed Boon ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Brian Chard ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Beth Melewski ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Ben Sarason ...
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Manager (voice)
Eric Wackerfuss ...
Additional Voices (voice)


In the near future, an amnesiac U.N Anti Terror Core agent named Lieutenant Nick Scryer is sent to infiltrate the Movement, a psychic terrorist organization brandishing an army of brainwashed cyborg slaves and led by the former general in charge of the U.S government's psychic program, Project Mindgate. Aided by a double agent named Sara nick discovers that he is a Mindgate member. As Nick gets closer to the truth it is revealed that the Movement has set it's sights on ancient artifacts that have influenced wars and that in the wrong hands, could unleash a menace of God-like proportions upon the world. Written by redcommander27

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Your mind is the ultimate weapon.


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Release Date:

16 June 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

ESPionage  »

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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Nick Scryer's last name was originally Geller, after supposed psychic Uri Geller. See more »


[after shooting her sister in the head]
Sara Blake: Mom always did like me best, bitch!
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After the end credits, a picture of the development team is shown. See more »


References Mortal Kombat (1992) See more »


With My Mind
Written by Cold
Produced by Howard Benson
Mixed by Mike Plotwikoff
Appears courtesy of Interscope Records
Published by Warner Chappell
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Keep my review short just like the game
26 April 2006 | by (North Carolina) – See all my reviews

This game does have a fun little thing going for it. It has great game play. You can get numerous powers for Nick the main character, but it is short. It can be beaten in 6 to 7 hours. I would've enjoyed this game more if there had been more to it. Aside for the shortness. The characters are generic. Most of them are just there. Main enemy is fairly bland as well. There a few mini games that you can have some fun with, but they become quickly repetitive. This game had potential and could be expanded upon if there ever is a sequel. If you're looking for a really short game with fun game play and bland characters this game is for you.

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