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Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra (2006)

Six months since the destruction of the Old Miltian Star System with the appearance of Abel's Ark, Shion Uzuki uncovers information that leads into Vector being responsible for the ... See full summary »


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Erina Hashimoto (screenplay), Tetsuya Takahashi (scenario supervisor) | 1 more credit »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lia Sargent ... Shion Uzuki / Additional Voices (voice)
Bridget Hoffman ... KOS-MOS / T-elos (voice) (as Bridgett Hoffman)
Joshua Seth ... Chaos (voice) (as Josh Seth)
Cristina Pucelli ... MOMO Mizrahi (voice)
Richard Epcar ... Ziggurat 8 (Ziggy) (voice)
Brianne Brozey ... Jr. (voice)
Michael Gough ... Jin Uzuki / Aizen Magus (voice)
Dave Wittenberg ... Allen Ridgeley (voice)
Heather Hogan ... Miyuki Itsumi (voice)
Steve Blum ... Canaan / Professor / Sellers (voice)
Jason Spisak ... Wilhelm / Richard / Hammer (voice)
Yuri Lowenthal ... Kevin Winnicot - Red Testament / Roth Mantel (voice)
Lex Lang ... Luis Virgil - Blue Testament / Additional Voices (voice)
D.C. Douglas ... Dr. Suou Uzuki / Voyager - Black Testament (voice)
Crispin Freeman ... Albedo Piazolla - White Testament / Gaignun Kukai (voice)


Six months since the destruction of the Old Miltian Star System with the appearance of Abel's Ark, Shion Uzuki uncovers information that leads into Vector being responsible for the following crisis known as Gnosis Terrorism. She resigns Vector, and joins Underground anti-UMN organization, Scientia. An organization dedicated towards exposing Vector's crimes. Another Six Months pass, and Shion receives an invitation from her ex co-worker Allen Ridgeley into Fifth Jerusalem, only to find that the Kos-Mos project is to be replaced by the T-Weapon project. The project's primary units are the remake of the Omega Weapon which was cause of the destruction of Miltia, and a Female Battle Android resembling Kos-Mos, known by the name of T-elos. Following the appearance of a chunk of land in outer space, Shion and her group find themselves involved into twists and desperate measures to accomplish a prophecy, as the galaxy's major factions go into conflict leading into what could be the end of the... Written by Aldo Della Rocca

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The death of one, awakens a path to the end.


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Albedo Piazolla - White Testament: Eternal time. Amidst that flow, human existence is meaningless.
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Alternate Versions

The Japanese version had a slightly different version of Shion's shower scene involving alternate angels, wider shots even a panning-up shot that was taken out. Though nudity was implied there wasn't actually any seen. See more »


Referenced in Yuki Kajiura Live (2008) See more »


Music and Lyrics by Yuki Kajiura
Performed by Eri Itô
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The best of the series so far, still a disappointment in some regards.
26 August 2007 | by Aaron1375See all my reviews

Seeing as how they had to make this one the conclusion despite the fact they were going for a six parter the makers of this game did a relatively good job on the story. However, one can not help but feel there is an entire episode of the Xenosaga series left out between this one and part two. As there is a giant piece of the story that you can only find about if you read the story in the area provided in the menu screen. Still, this one wraps up quite nicely despite all of that and the story keeps you wondering what is going to happen next. The ending is a bit bizarre and might even offend some, but hey it surprised me. Shion and the gang are getting closer to finding out the cause of it all, the mysterious force that seems to be guiding all into an epic battle. The fight is the best yet as you have many cool moves to perform, and the robots are great...my only complaint is that they had no place in the final battle as I had my robots super strong and nearly unbeatable by the end. There are also characters that did not get their fair shake of the story either, such as Ziggy. You only get a brief peek as to what it is all about for him. Still, he had one uber cool moved called choke that had to be the best fight move ever in a role-playing game. The music is great this time and even though this is the end a sequel door was still left open. So be prepared for the most emotional of the three Xenosagas as this one is very sad, however it is also sort of happy in the end.

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