The Operative: No One Lives Forever
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The Operative: No One Lives Forever

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Genres:
Action | Adventure
IMDB rate:
9
Director:
Craig Hubbard
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2000-11-09
Cast
Actor
Character
Kit Harris
Agent Cate Archer / Inge Wagner (voice)
Jock Blaney
Dmitrij Volkov (voice)
Ken Boynton
Santa
John Patrick Lowrie
Bruno Lawrie (voice)
Nigel Neale
Mr. Jones (voice)
Roger Curtis
Mr. Smith (voice)
David Stalker
Magnus Armstrong (voice)
Jeff Steitzer
Baron Archibald Dumas (voice)
Barbara Dirickson
Baroness Dumas (voice)
Mike Madeoy
Tom Goodman / Melvin Blitzny (voice)
Scott Burns
Additional Voices (voice)
Mark Dias
Additional Voices (voice)
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Trivia
In an overheard conversation, two security guards talk about a new TV series called "The Prisoner", starting "next week". Since The Prisoner (1967) started airing on October 1, 1967, this would put the game in that time frame.
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Goofs
When going from a level taking place in the present, to a level taking place in the past (.i.e.: A flash-back level), she maintains the exact same amount of health from the previous level, despite taking place 9 years earlier.
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The game is set in 1967. Yet, in the opening cinematics, in Cate Archer's apartment you can see a German "Bettina von Arnim" 5 DM banknote, which was first issued in 1992.
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Quotes
Tom Goodman: I can be subtle.
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Tom Goodman: Head for the roof, they won't expect that.
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HARM Agent: Olly-olly-oxinfree! Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No | Share this Share this: Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Permalink Hide options HARM Agent: Hard rain is falling, everybody down! Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No | Share this Share this: Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Permalink Hide options HARM Agent: Bullets are not my favorite! Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No | Share this Share this: Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Permalink Hide options Magnus Armstrong: [to Inge Wagner] A good beating might knock some of that ugly out of you.
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Faq
Q
What are the differences between the PS 2 Version and the PC Version?
A
Regarding the international version, only the console (PS2) version has been censored. The edits equal those of the German version: All blood effects have been removed. As mentioned, this should apply to all international PS2 versions including the US one. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
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