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A handful of human and alien survivors trapped on a deep space station must fight an unknown monstrous invading alien force.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lance Henriksen ... Nick Conner (voice)
Kate Mulgrew ... Dr. Mek (voice)
Clancy Brown ... Dag'rek (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... Niles (voice)
Brad Dourif ... Fred (voice)
Thomas F. Wilson ... Craig (voice)
Cree Summer ... Samantha (voice)
Pamela Adlon ... Jinx (voice) (as Pamela Segall)
Jason Marsden ... Jessie (voice)
Michael Ironside ... Commander Mason (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Amanda (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
B.J. Ward ... Computer / Forseti Control / Scientist #2 (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... Scout (voice)
Corey Burton ... Marine (voice)
Julianne Grossman ... Marine Leader / Miner #5 (voice)


Third person shooter in a horror setting. A deep space station is attacked by an unknown monstrous alien race. A former war hero, now a supervisor on the station, is the only one left to try to stop the alien menace and find his missing fiancée. A handful of survivors, including a friendly alien doctor Mek, are his only allies in this nightmarish next-to-impossible task. Written by Anonymous

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Grab your Bawls and Run Like Hell!


Action | Horror | Sci-Fi


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Release Date:

8 October 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

RLH See more »

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Did You Know?


Bawls, a health item in the game, really does exist and is a popular soda among gamers. The two products did cross promotion for each other around the release of the game. Bawls vending machines are featured inside of the game, as well as the soda itself, and for a while Bawls featured artwork from the game on its 12-pack cases. The actual product looks identical to how it is featured in the game inventory. See more »


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Great Cinematic Experience...not the best Gameplay
18 March 2009 | by FrallonSee all my reviews

Don't Be Fooled by all of this negativity, the game is quite enjoyable, despite the...okay...game play. The Storyline swept me away, amazingly enough it kept me intrigued, and i wanted to continue watching. The cut scenes were glorious, very well "shot", and the voice acting was beyond expectations.

Game wise idk what they were thinking The targeting system was very iffy, the fact that you could empty an entire clip into an alien, and see them not even recoil was an annoyance. Also the loading scenes took forever, and they were constantly popping up, the loading was the only real take away from the game.

I don't know if it recommended buying material, but its worth checking out, even though once you beat the game there's nothing really to do. lol I'm just waiting now for the sequel that'll never come

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