The Warriors are a gang from Coney Island. They go to the biggest gang leader's meeting under a truce. But all doesn't go well as the gang leader is shot and killed. Framed for this murder,... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ajax (voice)
Ephraim Benton ...
Ash (voice)
Dorsey Wright ...
Cleon (voice)
Cochise (voice)
Kurt Bauccio ...
Cowboy (voice)
Fox (voice) (as Tom Waites)
Rembrandt (voice)
Sekou Campbell ...
Snow (voice)
Swan (voice)
Vermin / Birdie (voice) (as Joe Lotruglio)
Omar Scroggins ...
Beansie (voice)
Big Moe (voice)
Chatterbox (voice)
Adam Sietz ...
Crackerjack (voice)
Cyrus (voice)


The Warriors are a gang from Coney Island. They go to the biggest gang leader's meeting under a truce. But all doesn't go well as the gang leader is shot and killed. Framed for this murder, they must travel all the way back to Coney with 60,000 gang members standing in their way. Written by TAVittorio

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Most of the game's main missions actually take place prior to the events of the film (with the latter few overlapping the film.) See more »


The game/movie are supposedly, according to the movie, supposed to take place sometime in the not-so-distant future. However, in the game, the year is given as 1979, which is the year the movie was released. See more »


Vermin: [hiding in the shadows] Whenever we're hiding, I've always gotta take a leak, man!
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Crazy Credits

At one point during the end credits, you get to briefly play as Masai and help the Gramercy Riffs beat up the Rogues. See more »


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Knock On Wood
Performed by Amii Stewart
Written by Eddie Floyd (as E. Floyd) and Steve Cropper (as S. Cropper)
Published by Universal Music (p) 1978 Hansa Productions Ltd
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group
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Another Smash Hit From Rockstar
24 February 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Firstly, I have to say that The Warriors film is great. A real cult classic, and I was thrilled when I heard that it was to be made into a game. At first I wondered how they'd get around the fact that the game would be short if they just focused on the film's happenings, but I then heard that alongside Sol Yurick, Rockstar would be creating a Prequel to the film. And I must say they pulled it off well. They managed to introduce new factors and people, but were able to keep the gritty atmosphere of the film. It was cool to see how it all unfolded, having yourself to play as one of the 9 Warriors. The actual game play itself wasn't bad either. We're all used to Rockstar's other major title, GTA and I was expecting something of a similar sort, but it was far from it. The fighting styles and system was fantastic, giving the player dozens of ways to land some lethal moves....and without using a gun! The blood and gore isn't a turnoff either and makes you feel warm inside when you've completed a battle and see your Warrior half dead, but still hanging on! (A little comedy Rockstar addition i think.) It's great at how detailed the game is as well. Not in the sense of graphics or physics system but the options available. Whether it be beating a bum for money, getting arrested, mugging civilians, robbing a shop, smashing things up or stealing car radios frantically by rolling the L3 stick! Another thing is the "Warlord commands." It gives you that touch more power and definitely helps the game progress.....

It's also satisfying to experience such a great thing like The Warriors again. Seeing the gang defending their honour and name on the streets of New York........And it's a superb game, that can easily be played and completed, then played again for fun like other Rockstar releases. However don't expect to be beating it too soon. Crammed full of bonus mini games and missions, you should be playing this title for some time. I personally give it a 9/10

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