Ser Lev Arris (Clive Owen) wakes up in a hospital on the planet Crius and has no idea who he is and from where he is coming. He is told by a doctor that he had been frozen ten or more years ago because he had a disease which was not curable then, and that his starship crashed shortly before arriving at Crius star port. As he recovers in the hospital, still without any memory, he is hijacked by two men in dark uniforms and put in a starship where he loses consciousness. When he wakes up again, he finds himself to be on the planet Hermes. An adventure to find out about his roots begins.
20 November 1996 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Privateer 2: The Darkening
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The public records database in the game lists various characters as being considerably younger than the actors and actresses who played them were at the time. Nelson Ramirez is forty-three, Nadim Sawalha
turned sixty-one the year this game was released. Xavier Shondi is forty-three, Jürgen Prochnow
was fifty-five. Dimitri Avignoni is thirty-seven, Kevork Malikyan
was fifty-three. Auntie Maria Gabriel is thirty-six, Mary Tamm
was forty-six. Dr. Janna Frevel is twenty-nine, Hetty Baynes
was forty. David Hassan is thirty-six, Christopher Walken
was fifty-three (due to a glitch, Hassan's entry doesn't appear in the database after you meet him, but all of the database entries can viewed on wcnews.com since one of the programmers sent them the game's internal text). See more
In the public records, the entries for the minor planets each have the wrong background as their photo (except for Petra). See more
[Lev Arris has been summoned to the Museum of Hom by the eccentric Bexian priest Uncle Kashumai, who appears to be rather distraught about something, his wailing and moaning echoes around the museum
[he jumps up and down
What's the matter, Uncle?
Oh, nephew! The heart of the things that we had here, the soul of them, has been stolen! Taken by heartless infidels! Doubtless to be sold for filthy lucre!
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