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Cast overview, first billed only:
Harman Smith (voice)
Garcian Smith (voice)
Dan Smith (voice)
KAEDE Smith (voice)
Con Smith (voice)
Mask De Smith (voice) (as Miguel Caballero)
Coyote Smith (voice)
Samantha Smith (voice) (as Heidi Anderson)
Christopher Mills (voice)
Toru Fukushima (voice)
Hiro Kasai (voice) (as Robin Atkins Downes)
Jean DePaul (voice)
Andrei Ulmeyda (voice) (as Cam Clark)
Gabriel Clemence (voice)
Curtis Blackburn (voice) (as Alistair Duncan)


After Global Peace has been completed, a new terrorist threat called Heaven Smile scares the world. With the help of his past targets and kills, it is up to Harman Smith and his 7 split personalities to destroy each and every one of the Heaven Smile, and make his way to Kun Lan; the man with the God-Hand. Written by Jim Sensei

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7 Personas. 1 Deadly Crime Syndicate.


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7 July 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The courier pigeons found throughout the game are named after various girls from the James Bond films. See more »


In the How Soon is Now puzzle, Travis says that all of the blood is fake but two of the letters. But Kaede sucks in the fake blood. Nothing in the game indicates that her powers can tell the difference between fake blood and real blood, much less that she can absorb fake blood. See more »


Curtis Blackburn: All I wanted to do was shed light on my life.
Dan Smith: You're nothing but a sick old maniac.
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Crazy Credits

Half the end credits show after you beat Smile. The other half show after you beat Lion. See more »


Referenced in Thirdpartycontroller: Michigan: Report from Hell (2014) See more »


England folk music
Whistle by Ren Yamazaki
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Blood, Gore, Swearing, talking heads, kamikazes. I love it!
26 July 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Killer 7 is no ordinary game. In fact, it is one of the most unique games i have ever played! The game is very original, not only for the way it looks, but for everything the game contains.

The story of Killer 7 is about Harman Smith, an aging professional hired killer, must fight a terrorist group named: The heaven smiles. But these Heaven smiles are invisible monsters that explodes when they get near a human. In other words, they are kamikazes. This group is leaded by a guy called Kun lan. This guy has supernatural powers. Harman Smith, is the only one that can deal with these foes. But since he is getting old, he must rely on 7 personalities that he controls in his head. All of these personalities together, forms syndicate, called the Killer 7. This story seems simple, but i am telling you: IT IS NOT! It will be very confusing at the beginning, and when you will start to understand what's going on, the game will make you lose yourself in your head with it's mind blowing end. Now trust me, you will be doing a lot of thinking.

The ''rail'' type of gameplay for Killer 7, may seem boring, but you will love it, since you can never get lost. But, i would of liked having a bit more complicated controls and gameplay.

I love this game, because it has a very interesting story, and the game is extremely violent. There is a lot of weird stuff going on in the scenes, like talking heads, ghosts, flashbacks and other weird events. And the graphics are just AMAZING for both consoles. It makes the game look like some sort of comic book, with all the shadows and the cell shading. The game may make you think about the Manga in Kill Bill Volume 1.

Anyways, Killer 7 is one of the most original and unique games out there. One of the best of the Gamecube.

I will give it a 9/10.

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