When Agents Mulder and Scully so missing in Seattle, local FBI Agent Craig Willmore is assigned to investigate. Although his investigation leads him to believe the Agents were killed in order to cover up a Russian smuggling operation, a series of strange deaths start to drag him into the world of the X-Files. From Government Coverups to alien encounters, he is about to discover the truth is nothing like what he ever could have expected. This game provides a fresh new perspective of the show's story including the Black Oil virus, Government Corruption and Railcar Experiments.
Did You Know?
The name of Rauch is used in both X-Files games. In this one as a villain, and in The X Files: Resist or Serve
(2004) game as the name of a biotechnology company first mentioned on the show in season 4 episode Redux II. See more
A major plot point involves using the stiletto blade the kill the black oil entity by stabbing the host in the back of the neck. This is actually a continuity error as it is established in the television series that the stiletto blade is used to kill alien bounty hunters, not black oil hosts. See more
[after Cook bursts into Willmores appartment
What are you doing?
No man what the hell are you doing? I ask you to keep me informed but am I informed? No! I've been kept completely in the dark. The more you tell me the better I can do my job!
Hey shut up!
I've been out there putting my ass on the line! I'm sorry you had a bad day dear! But either treat me civily or get the hell out of my house!
References The X-Files: Syzygy
Written by Ron Sanborn and Ginger Griffith
Performed by Moon featuring Ginger Griffith (lead vocals), Ron Sandborn (guitar and bass) and Eddie Garcia (Percussion)
Produced by Ron Sanborn and Gino Rascon See more