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The X-Files Game (1998)

Field agent Craig Willmore is assigned to find Mulder & Scully as they've gone missing during their latest investigation into the paranormal.

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Jordan Lee Williams ...
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Special Agent Dana Scully
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Paige Witte ...
James Lynch ...
Sean G. Griffin ...
FBI Agent Armistead Shanks (as Sean Griffin)
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Melvin Frohike
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John Fitzgerald Byers
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Robert Isaac Lee ...
James Wong
Suzanne McGaffery ...
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Zoe Warner ...
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Lisa Estridge Gray ...
Nick Eldredge ...
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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. Written by movieman_1000

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Trivia

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 »

Goofs

During a conversation with Mulder, the player is given the option of saying "Frohike sends his love." Frohike never says his name during his conversation with Willmore. Willmore even goes on to refer to Frohike and the other Gunmen as "three men via video conference." See more »

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Craig Willmore: Did you notice anything strange about him?
Mary Astadourian: No I was too busy being thrown accros the room.
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Connections

Featured in Gamesmaster: Episode #6.7 (1996) See more »

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Written by Ron Sanborn and Ginger Griffith
Performed by Moon featuring Ginger Griffith (lead vocals), Ron Sandborn (guitar and bass), Eddie Garcia (Percussion) and Thomas Bennett (background vocals)
Produced by Ron Sanborn and Gino Rascon
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Detective gaming at it's best
9 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

What more could you want? Your very own x-file. It's great to look around and actually interact with the cast of the show. You aren't that limited to what you can do in this game which makes it fun and frustrated. You can get lost easily, but there is an option to make the game easy. A must play for anyone who likes detecting.


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