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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Blanchard Michael Blanchard ... John McClane (voice)
Jesse Donahue Jesse Donahue ... Jack Frontier (voice)
Reginald VelJohnson ... Captain Al Powell (voice)
Joe Finetti Joe Finetti ... Dick Thornberg (voice)
Richard Green ... Piet Gruber (voice) (as Richard Greene)
Dylan Haggerty Dylan Haggerty ... Jack Frontier (voice)
Stacy Beth Klass Stacy Beth Klass ... Marlin (voice)
Dave Wittenberg ... John McClane / Nitric (voice)
Brad Lockerman Brad Lockerman ... Christophe Von Laben (voice)
Jenna Marcari Jenna Marcari ... (voice)
Michael McGuinness Michael McGuinness ... (voice)
Cutter Garcia Cutter Garcia ... (voice) (as Cutter Mitchell)
Arabian Nazel Arabian Nazel ... (voice)
Brian Peck ... (voice)
Gabriel Mann ... (voice) (as Gabe Rutman)


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Release Date:

15 November 2002 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Hard: Stirb Langsam - Vendetta See more »

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This game is considered non-canon as Lucy McClane becomes a police officer in it while she doesn't in the movies. See more »


Spun-off from Die Hard (1988) See more »

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6 September 2007 | by user-21353See all my reviews

I quite enjoyed Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza on the PC. This game is done in the same first-person shooter style with much of the same voice cast. Vendetta has the advantage of multiple locations. The first game, obviously, took place entirely withing Nakatomi Plaza with many levels looking the same and hard to differentiate from each other. Vendetta has museums, prisons, streets, pool halls, police stations, observatories, fish factories and...Nakatomi Plaza, again.

It's a shame the RPG element of the game wasn't developed more. Instead of being yet another first-person shooter with the Die Hard name, a lot more could have happened if the game play had evolved from just running around and shooting. Fun it may well be, but a lot more it could have been too.

You get infinite lives too. And trust me...you need 'em. Along with roaming around levels there is also a lot of puzzle solving to be done. So take it from me, search EVERYWHERE for clues and items before throwing the joy pad at the wall in a rage. Trial and error is the key to solving this game and even though it may take a zillion attempts you'll eventually make it all the way through. I did finish this game in 5 days after all. And I am absolutely rubbish at games.

Fun it is indeed. But very linear and not the kind of game you'd go back to once finishing. It's best to pick it up cheap, especially if you liked the first one.

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