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SWAT 4 is a tactical shooter video game where you lead an elite squad of police tactical experts and are tasked to bring order to a series of highly volatile scenarios involving hostages, ... See full summary »

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SWAT Player (voice)
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SWAT Officer Zack "Hollywood" Fields (voice)
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SWAT Officer Tony "Subway" Girard (voice)
S. Scott Bullock ...
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SWAT Officer Allen 'Python' Jackson / Jean Trouffant (voice)
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U-1 / Lt. Sonny Bonds (voice) (as David A. Pizzuto)
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Dispatch / 911 Operator / TV Reporter / Female Hostage #2 (voice)
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Lawrence Fairfax / Male Suspect #2 (voice)
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Hadeon Koshka / Gary Altman / Highground (voice)
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Alice Jenkins / Wendy Kline / Female Hostage #3 (voice)
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Andrew Taroone / Male Suspect #4 / Allen Kruse (voice)
Armando Valdes-Kennedy ...
Male Suspect #3 / Alex Jimenez / Carl Jennings (voice) (as Armando Valdez-Kennedy)
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Hyun Jun Park (voice)
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Female Hostage / Melinda Kline (voice)
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SWAT 4 is a tactical shooter video game where you lead an elite squad of police tactical experts and are tasked to bring order to a series of highly volatile scenarios involving hostages, civilians, suspects and other law enforcement officers. The rules of engagement are strict. Lethal force isn't authorized unless a suspect shoots first or points a firearm at a fellow officer or civilian.

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Become the Elite in Law Enforcement

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5 April 2005 (USA)  »

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In the mission "Victory Imports Auto Garage", there is an arcade game in the waiting room called "SWAT: Urban Justice". This is a company in-joke; Urban Justice was supposed to be Sierra/Vivendi's follow up to SWAT 3: Close Quarters Battle (1999), and they began advertising the game as "Coming Soon" in 2002 with a view to releasing later in the year. However, after a spending long time (to the order of years) in development purgatory, Urban Justice was canceled by Vivendi and never actually eventuated. See more »

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SWAT Officer Steve 'Gramps' Reynolds: You're in my way sir.
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