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)
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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17 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Bonus missions in the game show how each member of the Warriors (that appeared in the film) joined the gang. 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 »


Spun-off from The Warriors (1979) See more »


Here Comes That Sound Again
by Love De-Luxe
Written by Alan Hawkshaw (as Alan Hawshaw)
Published by Hawkshaw Music (p) 1979 Warner Bros. Records
Courtesy of Warner Music Interactive UK and Hawkshaw Music
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This by far is one of the best film to video game adaptations I have ever played!!!
13 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What do ya get when you take a cutting edge, cult-classic film property, and an infamous and very successful game development company with a good track record? You get The Warriors!!! Based on the 1979 Paramount Pictures cult-classic film, The Warriors is a tour-de-force, action-adventure game, which follows and recreates the nature of the film, in terms of the look, the art direction, the music, and most importantly, the Gangs. Twenty-five years after the original film, several of the actors whom were in the film, have left the business, or have passed away.(Notably, the late Lynne Thigpen, who was the mysterious, pouty-lipped DJ in the film)What Rockstar Toronto was able to do was hire most of the original actors from The Warriors to lend their voices to their CGI counterparts, including Michael Beck, James Remar, Dorsey Wright, David Harris, Thomas G. Waites, and of course, Deborah Van Valkenbergh. One staple, in which Rockstar Games titles are well known for is the effective use of licensed music. One of my favorite songs featured in the game is the song, "Shake It" by Ian Matthews. Now for the gameplay! I like the warchief commands feature, in which I can command my set to get down and dirty with bloody results. I also like the use of weapons, particularly smashing a baseball on the rival gang member's face.

In conclusion, I highly recommend The Warriors video game. 5 stars!!!

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