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Cast overview:
Captain Jan Templar (voice)
Sergeant Rico Velasquez (voice) (as Tom Clarke-Hill)
Shadow Marshal Luger (voice) (as Jennifer Lawrence)
General Armin Metrac (voice) (as Chris Fairbank)
Colonel Cobar (voice)
Larissa Murray ...
Evelyn Batten (voice)
Heff Milcher / ISA Generic (voice)
Vince Marcello ...
General Dwight Stratson / ISA Generic (voice)
Robbie Stevens ...
Colonel Gregor Hakha / HGH Generic / HGH Infantry (voice)
ISA Demolition Guy / ISA Generic (voice)
HGH Support / HGH Generic / HGH Infantry (voice)
HGH Sniper / HGH Infantry / HGH Generic (voice)
Sarge (voice)


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Awesome Sequel To PS2 Original
23 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

excellent new third person angle, different weapons, and an online beta client coming out soon, kz looks set to replace socom as most popular psp network game. The innovative camera angle allows for more stealthy and calculated approaches to fights and the addition of vehicles is one thing that in particular won me over, this being the only thing wrong with the PS2 version, as it lacked the boats and tanks that make kz lib so great, including the jetpack which would have made kz's online experience that little better than it already was. The wide variety of weapons like the m1 revolver and the scylla give a new tactical edge in a way similar to socom in terms of selecting weaponry prior to mission. There also lots of mini games like target practice to give the game longevity and also to unlock useful abiliities for campaign mode. The only thing that would have made it utterly impeccable would be an online mode but as I indicated, a beta client is soon to be released.

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