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Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror (2006)

The Syphon Filter fiasco is finally over, and Gary Stoneman's assassination of Mara and Elsa ends the conspiracy for good, but the IPCA must solve a new case when paramilitary squads ... See full synopsis »


Connie Booth (story), John Garvin (screenplay and original story)




Cast overview, first billed only:
B.J. Ward ... Dr. Elsa Weissenger (voice) (as BJ Ward)
James Arnold Taylor ... Gabe Logan (voice) (as James Taylor)
Kim Mai Guest ... Lian Xing (voice)
Paula Tiso ... Blake Hargrove (voice)
Shannon Tilton Shannon Tilton ... Teresa Lipan (voice)
Charity James ... Addison Hargrove (voice)
Nolan North ... (voice)
Michael Bell ... (voice)
Terrence 'T.C.' Carson ... Stuart Coleman aka Touchstone (voice) (as TC Carson)
Jim Meskimen ... (voice)
Paul Eiding ... Stone (voice)
Corey Burton ... (voice)
Eck Stone Eck Stone ... (voice)
Eddie Vee ... (voice)
Phil Proctor ... Viktor Yavlinsky (voice)

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The Syphon Filter fiasco is finally over, and Gary Stoneman's assassination of Mara and Elsa ends the conspiracy for good, but the IPCA must solve a new case when paramilitary squads belonging to a group called Red Section attack an oil refinery owned by the corporation KemSynth Petroleum. When Washington calls for a Precision Strike, a mission too sensitive for military forces, Gabe and Lian travel to Alaska and investigate.

Gabe explores the refinery for the whereabouts of foreman Malcolm Freeman, and soon discovers hints of another project directed by a scientist named William Kreisler. More questions arise when Gabe observes the dead body of NSA agent Jack Miller, a man he knew, and proof of other NSA spying inside the area. He then kills a field commander codenamed Red Jack to advance, after observing that a soldier called Black King is leading the operation.

Once Lian destroys Red Section's transport, Gabe continues to search for data on the project Red Section is seeking. As he...

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Grant Morrill aka Singularity: You think it ends, here, don't you? Do you know why they call it Dark Mirror?
Gabe Logan: I don't care, Singularity. It's over.
Grant Morrill aka Singularity: Don't forget, I know Agency tech, Logan. I know all about you, more than you know yourself. Your rifle, for instance.
Gabe Logan: Don't. I mean it.
Grant Morrill aka Singularity: Your X34 gas darts, who do you think manufactures them? Who do you think supplies all of your arms? Look in the mirror, Logan. See your reflection. Look in the dark mirror!
Gabe Logan: I said don't!
Grant Morrill aka Singularity: Aaaaaaaahhhhhh!
Gabe Logan: That's for Addison. I don't need a dark mirror to ...
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Crazy Credits

After the end credits, Addison reveals she faked her death and Blake, her daughter, indirectly tells Gabe she is his kid. The two then drive off into the sunset. See more »


Follows Syphon Filter 2 (2000) See more »

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19 November 2006 | by KamranVASee all my reviews

If you own a PSP and are looking for something to sink your teeth into, Dark Mirror is that something. It corrects all the control problems that Omega Strain provided, you play as Logan again, and stealth is actually present in this game. You get to use a much better variety of weapons, you can actually use the environment to prolong stealth, the storyline is not only much easier to follow, but is a great storyline as well. The music in this game is provided by JD Mayor, Lior Resner, and once again Mark Snow, and trust me, this game has without a doubt, some of the best and most dramatic sounding music you will ever hear in a PSP game, or any other game for that matter. So do yourself a favor, and purchase this game.

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