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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jocelyn Ahlf ...
The Water Dragon (voice)
Victor Brandt ...
The Black Whirlwind / Additional Voices (voice)
Sky / Si Pat / Additional Voices (voice)
Sir Roderick (voice)
Henpecked Hou / Furious Ming / Additional Voices (voice)
Master Li (voice)
Sagacious Zu / Bladed Thesis / Thug / Slimy Merchant (voice)
Kang the Mad / Fortunate Puzzle (voice)
Gao the Lesser (voice)
Kim Mai Guest ...
Dawn Star / Additional Voices (voice)
Death's Hand / Prefect Jitong (voice)
Gord Marriott ...
Ya Zhen / Executioner Zogu / Old Wei / Additional Voices (voice)
Masasa Moyo ...
Silk Fox / Princess Sun Lian (voice) (as Masasa)
Nicky Pugh ...
Wild Flower (voice)
Emperor Sun Hai / Abbot Song / The Keeper (voice)


As an orphan you grew up in the Jade Empire under the care of a strict yet loving master,who runs a school for the training in martial and spiritual arts completely ignorant of your past and what your future may hold. A seemingly innocent yet foolish act by a love-lorn student leads you on a dangerous path that takes you on travels throughout this stunning, mysterious land. As you try and make sense of what is happening increasingly you are faced with other-worldly, even undead creatures who test your mettle and skills to the utmost, this is a learning experience, each conflict hones your powers and may even pass onto you skills and attributes garnered from your defeated foes. Eventually perhaps you will have what it takes to face your destiny and the dark powers set against you in the Jade Empire. Written by Steve Page

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12 April 2005 (USA)  »

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A Wonderful Masterpiece
4 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Every gamer and I mean everybody should play this game, especially RPG and action/adventure fans.

It has a brilliant, wonderfully crafted story, great voice acting, fantastic characters (and development), great dialogue, shocking plot twists and surprises, cool and easy to learn battle system, gameplay that is so well done, great graphics, locations, visuals, enemies/monsters, I could go on forever. Just buy it, you will not be disappointed in the least bit.

There is at least 40 or more hours of gameplay and three different endings, for the different alignments you are. The overall story without the sidequests isn't too long (around 20 hours or so) but with the sidequests, you can easily play for much much longer, and the sidequests are just as fun and worthwhile. They add to the story as well.

Once you begin the game, you won't want to stop playing. I know I didn't. It has great replay value just like the KOTOR series. Female and male, good or bad. I played it four times and I still played it two more times just because it's so much fun and engrossing. It's also compelling, dramatic and emotional, entertaining, exciting, funny at times, original, and smart.

Bioware has made their next masterpiece.

I would give it a 9.6 out of 10. Just fantastic.

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