A top-secret weapons trafficking/smuggling crime turns out to be more complicated than it seems.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
William Rush (voice) (as Chris Sabat)
Elizabeth Conway (voice) (as Karen Thompson)
Giorgio Bruno (voice)
Evan Bernard (voice)
Marcus Black (voice) (as Jack Ringo)
Chuck Cope ...
Gregory Barrows (voice) (as Harry Molloy)
Dave Mallow ...
Wild Dog (voice)
Head of VSSE / Narration 1 (voice)
Narration 2 (voice)
William Rush (voice)
Mariko Suzuki ...
Elizabeth Conway (voice)
Hiroaki Miura ...
Giorgio Bruno / Evan Bernard (voice)
Hisao Egawa ...
Marcus Black / Gregory Barrows (voice)
Daisuke Gôri ...
Jack Mathers / Frank Mathers / Head of VSSE (voice) (as Daisuke Gouri)


When Giorgio Bruno and Evan Bernard, two next-generation VSSE agents, were sent to the San Francisco International Airport to investigate a series of weapons trafficking events among terrorist groups inside the United States, all they find is an empty airport, their involvement being leaked for an unknown reason, and finding themselves attacked by a mysterious band of insect-like creatures. When William Rush rescues Giorgio and Evan from harm, he extracts the VSSE agents away from the airport with the help of Elizabeth Conway and explains much of what the VSSE agents were up to prior to meeting up with him. As Giorgio, Evan, and Rush travel around San Francisco to pursue the terrorists and prevent the weapons trafficking/smuggling deal from occurring, soon they all discover that the high-level atrocity isn't what it was thought to be and realized that they were duped for a certain reason. One thing is for sure--this weapon theft crime must be suppressed and hidden agendas, whatever it... Written by Mark Kim

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This is the first Time Crisis (1995) main series to feature a story that has nothing to do with rescuing any captured or kidnapped characters. All the previous main series of Time Crisis (1995) always involves rescuing captured or kidnapped characters. See more »


William Rush: You took an oath of loyalty to your country!
Jack Mathers: That oath mean nothin'!
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Namco Classic Rocks again!
4 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

Another sequel to the ever-cool Time Crisis, In each Time Crisis game, there is a mortal threat to the world. The V.S.S.E, a covert "problem-solving" organization, must send its highly-skilled agents in to clear the way. The first Time Crisis had three stages with four screens each. The second and third installment has three stages each with three screens. The fourth installment adds a prologue with the three stages each with three screens. In the third and fourth installments, supporters from various organizations come in to assist the V.S.S.E. agents either in their mission, or jump in to protect their covert "problem-solving" reputation.

this new TC has much more to offer than the last one, new features as "bug killing", quite annoying actually, and my favorite, the machine-gun segment. Between the 3 rounds, the machine-gun segment comes twice, you shot everything in your way,without running out of ammo, and yes you don't have 2 reload your gun, and the third new feature is 3 screen battle, where you have to defend yourself form front, and both left and right side, can be pretty challenging sometimes. Beside the new things, the game has also those oldies we love it for!

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