The Punisher (2004)

Video Game  |  Action, Crime  |  30 October 2004 (USA)
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Enter the mind of The Punisher, a vigilante driven by more than just revenge. Terrorize criminals using their own ruthless methods. Serve as judge, jury and executioner in a world ruled by ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Darryl Kurylo ...
Jigsaw (voice)
Kingpin (voice)
Tony Stark / Iron Man (voice)
Detective Soap / Russian Mercenary / Yakuza Mercenary (voice)
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Bullseye / Matt Murdock (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
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(voice) (as Dan Hagen)
(voice) (as Grant Albrecht)


Enter the mind of The Punisher, a vigilante driven by more than just revenge. Terrorize criminals using their own ruthless methods. Serve as judge, jury and executioner in a world ruled by corruption. Live in the gritty, bullet-driven action ripped from the pages of Marvel's darkest stories. Where justice ends, Punishment begins! Written by Sujit R. Varma

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Better than 2004 film.
2 July 2012 | by (Deadwood) – See all my reviews

This video game presents the real Punisher, the one that should have been in the 2004 film, instead of Thomas Jane, and instead of bunch of other characters and developers who made that pu**yass film. In the film, we got Punisher who did less killing and more talking and blackmail on the villains and mafia. While, here voiced by Jane himself (he was great as a voice, dark and violent) Punisher is one mean, sick, cold blooded animal who will kill anyone who stands on his path, except of course innocent people. The plot is like a comic book, which is cool, characters... well most of them are not quite developed, except Punisher himself, Det Soap and Det. Molly, they were great. Previous characters, mostly villains are good, the evil dialogue makes them badass and somewhat irritating. Graphics are solid, not that great, action is pretty sick, there are more than 50, 60 ways to kill a guy, you can interrogate them, make them pi!! their pants if you like, that's cool. Everybody is afraid of Punisher here and I like it. The music is one bright spot here, it is great, composed by Timothy Wynn. This game is a perfect cure for all of those who loves good old violent Punisher, compared to the 2004 film. Thanks to this game, we got the good old vision of Punisher again. If you ask me... this game is better than other films as well.

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