Traitors Gate 2 review by Al Giovetti


By Al Giovetti
Price:SRP $29.99 USD
Genre:single player graphic adventure
Release:(Ship Date) October 28, 2003
ESRB Rating: T for Teen
Developer: 258 Productions
Developers:Nigel Papworth, Goran Eriksson
Co-Developer:Data Ductus Games, Hakan Wallin
Programmers:Andre Jonsson, Andreas Wiklund, Jonas Umander
Artists:Christer Dahl, Thomas Saeys, Daniel Widmark, Rebecca Melander
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Publisher: The Adventure Company
President:Richard Wah Kan
VP Marketing:Marshall Zwicker
Executive Producer:Robert Stevenson
Acquisitions Manager:Annette Bechamp
Product Manager:Brian Gladman, Renata Richardson
Graphics Department Manager:James Meecham
Creative Director:Desmond Oku
Graphic Design and Layout:Edward Hatim
Lead Illustrator:Russell Challenger
Director, International Communication:Nick Malperiman
PR Coordinator:Tara Reed
Quality Assurance Manager:Mike Adams
Quality Assurance Lead:Mike Mitres
Quality Assurance Staff:Dan Dawang, Matthew Dickson, Chris Elliott, Aldo Fazzari, Anthony Finelli, Ryan Gavel, Yohany Lee, Nick Mucci, Chris Nesbitt, Shing Pang, Matthew Richardson, Matthew Szymanski, Justin Wah Kan
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Phone: 416-638-1170
Requirements:Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, Pentium III 700 MHz, 128 MB RAM Windows 98/ME, 256 MB RAM Windows 2000/XP, DirectX 8.1 or higher compatible video card, ATI Radeon 7200, 8500, 9700, nVidia GeForce 2MX, GeForce3, GeForce4 TI and newer or equavalent, DirectX compatible sound card, Windows compatible keyboard and mouse, speakers
Recommended:Pentium 4 1.2 GHz, SoundBlaster Live or equivalent,

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Traitors Gate 2

Summary * History * Company Line * Game Play * Plot * Graphics * Animation * Voice Actors * Music Score * Sound Effects * Utilities * Multi-player Features * Cheats, Hints, and Walkthrough * Journalists * References * Letters



Company Line

Product Positioning: The Sequel to The Adventure Company's best selling Traitors Gate.

Storyline: A group of ruthless extremists threaten the world with a deadly computer virus. Targetting global communication systems, the virus could shut down economic trade and cripple the world's armies, illicit breaches in security systems and in turn, cause world chaos. The American government must send in its most talented operative, Raven. His mission is to infiltrate the lab where the virus has been tracked, find the virus, copy it and destroy the whole lab.


  • A game combining stealth, exploration, espionage, gadgetry, in an immersive storyline.
  • Engaging tactile, logic and environmental puzzles.
  • The game is set in an ancient Babylonian location encompassing more than 30 chambers and rooms.
  • Utilizes NDL's advanced 3D "Gamebryo" engine.

Western Civilization has just entered a new era of terror. A hostile computer virus, with stealth-like capabilities, is using highly secured satellite and communication systems to attack and destroy international titles.

A group of extremists is presumed responsible for using this new type of weapon when the Wall Street business transaction systems crash causing chaos on the stock markets around the globe, blocking telecommunication systems around the world. Internal investigations on how the virus could access America's most secure com-systems have led to the fact that a high ranking communications officer, thought to be on leave, has defected, taking with him a ComSat unit, along with its operational codes and vital link-up information to other satellites and computer systems

The Pentagon traces the location of the ComSat unit to a lab complex in the Middle Eastern deserts.

It is essential that the threat of the virus is eliminated before additional communication failures create monumental havoc as hospital and military installations are now assumed to be targeted. The Pentagon secretly sends in a lone highly-trained operative to retrieve a copy of the virus and to disable the ComSat in order to prepare for a full assault to apprehend the perpetrators and seek justice.

Research has turned up a possible backdoor to the impregnable bunker where the virus is controlled; the ancient tombs under a half-restored Ziggurat are thought to be the escape route from the complex and could lead into the very heart of the secret lab.

Agent Raven is called for duty . . .

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