SiN Episodes: Emergence (2006)

Video Game  -  Action  -  10 May 2006 (USA)
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SiN Episodes follows HardCorps leader John R. Blade, as he battles the CEO of SinTEK Industries, Elexis Sinclaire, and her army of mutants.

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Cast overview:
Eric Mills ...
John R. Blade (voice)
Jen Taylor ...
Jessica Cannon (voice)
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J.C. (voice)
Hannah Logan ...
Elexis Sinclaire (voice)
David Scully ...
Viktor Radek / Dock Workers / Security Bots (voice)
Nathan Vederline ...
Martin / Dock Workers / Technicians (voice)
Bill Martin ...
Garrison / Dock Workers (voice)
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Computer / PA Announcer (voice)
Dex Manley ...
Dock Workers / Merc / Technician (voice)
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SiN Episodes follows HardCorps leader John R. Blade, as he battles the CEO of SinTEK Industries, Elexis Sinclaire, and her army of mutants.

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Ritual teased several updates for the game including Multiplayer, more dialog for John Blade to say during the game, a re-release of the Wages of Sin expansion to Steam, and a wide-screen update to the Steam version of the original SiN game. However, when Ritual was bought by MumboJumbo none of these updates were ever released. See more »

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Viktor Radek: Your persistance is nausiating. What do you think you've won here? Pull some data? It will take you months to break the encryption! Shut down my lab? Hah! I've got five more, Blade!
Viktor Radek: Save me a seat in Hell, Blade!
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Follows Sin (1998) See more »

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Does the original proud, and then some
11 June 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Over all any fan of half-life will enjoy this game. Ignoring the the irony that ritual and valve were rivals for the original releases of their games the steam release is a great idea. Only $20 and you don't have to pay for a box or shipping. The game it self is stunning as I've come to expect from source. Graphics, physics, character models, all are top end. I use a fairly high end machine but even my friends old laptop can run it at low quality, the flexibility is amazing and the stability is rock solid, I played right through without a crash (better than counter-strike source). The game starts some indeterminate amount of time after the first one (though Cannon's still a rookie so it can't be too long) And you, as Blade, are right back in the thick of things with Sinclair and, a new baddie, Radek. the plot is fairly straight forward, (though this is only the first episode) but there are hints of a deeper story, especially with Cannon's apparent familiarity with Radek. The game play is a nice cross between half-life's puzzles and SiN original's massive firefights (depending on what settings your on). My biggest complaint with game play is that Blade's a big huge guy who can pick up and throw 10 gallon drums of fuel but can't hold onto an assault rifle on full auto? The limit of 3 weapons keeps things nice and simple and would make for a good multiplayer, something similar to UT's assault maps perhaps.


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