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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17 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Roger Hill (who played Cyrus in the film) sued the game programmers for using his likeness without permission. 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 »


Swan: When we see the ocean, we figure we're home. We're safe.
Luther: This time, you got it wrong.
Swan: Why'd you do it? Why'd you waste Cyrus?
Luther: No reason. I just like doing things like that.
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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 »


References Apocalypse Now (1979) See more »


Performed by Vivien Vee
Written by Claudio Simonetti (as C. Simonetti), Giancarlo Meo (as G. Meo)
Published by Market Srl (p) 1979 Banana Records
Courtesy of Market Srl
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Masterpiece Of Gaming
6 November 2005 | by (Montreal, Canada) – See all my reviews

This game will set a new trend, I believe, in gaming production. Now that Rockstar has absolutely blown away all the die hard fans and cult followers of the Warriors with an extremely well done prequel/remake in video game format, others will soon follow. I don't mean to downplay any of the alien/predator/superhero video games of the past (*nor Friday the 13th for the NES -1989), but none of them had remake quality where an incredible storyline was interwoven and tweaked just enough so that you can play your favorite characters, act your favorite scenes and hurt your favorite enemies in a manner so enjoyable. The background stories were excellent. The use of the little known movie gangs was outstanding. The game-play was incredible. The AI and 'one liners' had me laughing until I almost puked. Instead of watching the movie, one can now replay all the fights from it in the video game, even the Furies chase and the Punks bathroom scrap over and over and it's never the same each time! This is a must play and must own for any hardcore fan of The Warriors. You won't believe your ears and eyes at how well this was perfected. Obviously, the people that created the game, were hardcore fans themselves and said "I wonder what it would be like to get to fight the prom couple? or have Ajax beat the pink lady cop? Or actually fight Luther 'one on one'? Or did the Furies ever fight the Punks?". They asked those questions. They answered them with class, creativity and comedy.

15/10 Rockstar. GTA series aside, I am not sure if this game will ever have an equal for sheer storyline, creativity and re-playability.

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