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7 November 2006 (USA) See more »
A man trying to find love in the Big City. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

James Gandolfini ... Tony Soprano (voice)

Michael Imperioli ... Christopher Moltisanti (voice)

Tony Sirico ... Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri (voice)

Steven Van Zandt ... Silvio Dante (voice)

Robert Iler ... A.J. Soprano (voice)

Vincent Pastore ... Salvatore 'Big Pussy' Bonpensiero (voice)

Joseph R. Gannascoli ... Vito Spatafore (voice)
Christian Maelen ... Joey LaRocca (voice)

Monica Keena ... Trishelle (voice)

Robert Costanzo ... Angelo (voice)

Anthony DeSando ... Reggie (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Joe Alaskey ... (voice)

Carlos Alazraqui ... (voice)

J. Grant Albrecht ... (voice) (as Grant Albrecht)

Philip Anthony-Rodriguez ... (voice)
Jimi Antoine ... Style (voice) (as Jimmy Judah)

Michael Beattie ... (voice)

John Eric Bentley ... DeShaun (voice) (as John Bentley)

Steve Blum ... (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)

Adam Bobrow ... (voice)
Perry Brown ... (voice)
Robby D. Bruce ... (voice) (as Robby Bruce)

Benjamin Bryan ... Mitzvah Boy / Apt.Kid (voice)
Ray Buktenica ... (voice)
S. Scott Bullock ... (voice) (as Scott S. Bullock)

Joey Camen ... (voice)
Harrison Chad ... (voice)
Michael Chinyamurindi ... Desmond (voice)
Michael Connors ... Louis the Bat (voice)

David Cooley ... (voice) (as Dave Cooley)

Justin Cowden ... (voice)

John Cygan ... (voice)

Thomas Daniel ... Carnie (voice)

Jared DiCroce ... Wiseguy #2 (voice)

Catherine Dudley-Rose ... Real Estate Agent (voice)

Greg Eagles ... (voice)
Keith Ferguson ... (voice)

Crispin Freeman ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jason Harris ... (voice)

Philip Maurice Hayes ... (voice) (as Phillip Maurice Hayes)
Saffron Henderson ... (voice)

Bob Joles ... (voice)

JoNell Kennedy ... Carol (voice)

Arif S. Kinchen ... (voice)
Andrew Kishino ... (voice)

Amanda Renee Knox ... Donna's Friend (voice) (as Amanda Knox)
Darryl Kurylo ... (voice)

Jason J. Lewis ... (voice) (as John J. Lewis)

Yuri Lowenthal ... (voice)

John Mariano ... (voice)

Vanessa Marshall ... (voice)

Danny Mastrogiorgio ... Saul Shapiro (voice) (as Daniel Mastrogiorgio)

Anndi McAfee ... (voice)

Lex Medlin ... (voice)

Justine Miceli ... (voice)

Phil Morris ... (voice) (as Phillip Morris)

Nolan North ... (voice)

Rick Pasqualone ... (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Gil (voice)
Jentle Phoenix ... Jasmine (voice)
Anthony Pulcini ... Frankie (voice)

Michelle Romano ... Tony's niece

Salli Saffioti ... (voice)

Simon Sinn ... Monk (voice)

André Sogliuzzo ... Anzallata Twins (voice)
Beng Spies ... (voice)

Stephen Stanton ... (voice)

Keith Szarabajka ... (voice)

Amir Talai ... (voice)

Richard Tatum ... (voice)

Courtenay Taylor ... Unique (voice)
Paula Tiso ... (voice)

Jim Ward ... Neil Cammarata (voice) (as James Kevin Ward)

Adrienne Wilkinson ... (voice)
Dave Wittenberg ... (voice)
Andrea Zafra ... Debbie-Bada Bing (voice)

Directed by
Douglas Carrigan 
Ali Donovan (cinematics director)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Paul Golding  head writer
Marianne Krawczyk 
Jay Lender 
Anthony Sparks  dialogue
Malcolm Spellman  game writer
Micah Wright 

Produced by
Mo Davoudian .... executive producer
Mo Davoudian .... producer
Casting by
Douglas Carrigan 
Zach Hanks 
Set Decoration by
Richard C. Walker 
Makeup Department
Gary Martori .... hair stylist
Art Department
Christy Arnold .... environmental artist
Erin Brewster .... environment artist
Kevin T. Chin .... concept artist (as Kevin Chin)
Michael Kall .... carpenter
Sound Department
Daniel Birczynski .... sound designer
John Chominsky .... sound recordist
Jaimie Siedow .... sound editor
Frank Szick .... dialogue effects processing
Billy T. Welch .... sound editor
Visual Effects by
Miguel Ortega .... lead character modeler
Jim Rider .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Dan Kubicek .... electrician
William Louthe .... electrician
Paul C. McKenna .... crane technician: Technocrane
Thierry Ramanana .... grip
Etienne Saldés .... grip
Animation Department
Darlene Carrasquillo .... background artist
Dani Rosen .... senior animator
Alex Velez .... animator
Randy Wilson .... animator
Music Department
Victor Rodriguez .... musical director
Other crew
Mark Essen .... intern
Andrew Fiero .... production assistant
Jacqueline Gamard .... script supervisor
Louis Katz .... production physician
Mario Nila .... production assistant
Tom Smith .... creative manager
Denise Violante .... production assistant

Production CompaniesDistributors
  • THQ (2006) (USA) (all media)
Other Companies

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Christian Maelen, who provides the voice of Joey LaRocca, was originally David Chase's second choice to play Christopher Moltisanti.See more »
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27 out of 43 people found the following review useful.
What a waste, 8 November 2006
Author: irishgoomba from United States

For The Sopranos fans like me who has really been looking forward for this game to come out. I think after about 10 minutes of boring game play you'll feel the same as me WHAT A WASTE. The game developers really missed their chance to make a great game out of one of the best shows ever have failed & failed is really an understatement. Even with the real actors voices the game is so boring & just repetitive its almost like you wonder if David Chase said you can use the names & characters but just make everything else nothing like the show. The missions are lame & it seems like a 4 year old made them up,& speaking of missions there isn't enough on this game to call it a game. I beat it in a little over 3 hours & I'm not a true gamer as I just don't play games that much anymore so a true gamer would probably give this game a rating of 1 or maybe no rating at all. The only reason I'm rating it a 2 is because I'm a fan of the show & I collect The Sopranos stuff. So when they quit making this game because it sucks so bad at least I'll have one. To end for people thinking this game is a GTA ripoff it's not at all in fact it would have been great if they had got went to the trouble to try to copy GTA. To sum this up the game is a waste of $40.00.

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