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{{Video game
|title = killer7
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|title = killer7
|image = [[Image:k7gcnna.jpg|250px|North American boxart for the Nintendo GameCube port of ''killer7''.]]
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|image = [[Image:k7gcnna.jpg|250px|North American boxart for the Nintendo GameCube port of ''killer7''.]]
|caption = North American boxart for Nintendo GameCube version.
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|caption = North American boxart for Nintendo GameCube port.
|developer = [[Grasshopper Manufacture]]
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|developer = [[Grasshopper Manufacture]]
|publisher = Capcom<br>NIS America (Windows)
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|publisher = Capcom
|designer = [[Staff of killer7|Staff of ''killer7'']]
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|distributor =
|released = '''Nintendo GameCube, Playstation 2'''<br><small><sup>JP</sup></small> June 9, 2005<br><small><sup>NA</sup></small> July 7, 2005<br><small><sup>EU</sup></small> July 15, 2005<br>'''Microsoft Windows'''<br><small><sup>WW</sup></small> November 15, 2018
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|designer = [[Goichi Suda]], [[Shinji Mikami]]
|genre = Action-adventure, shooter
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|series =
|modes = Single player
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|engine =
|ratings = CERO: 18<br>ESRB: M<br>PEGI: 18+<br>BBFC: 18<br>OFLC: MA15+
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|released = <small><sup>JP</sup></small> June 9, 2005<br><small><sup>NA</sup></small> July 7, 2005<br><small><sup>EU</sup></small> July 15, 2005
|media = '''Nintendo GameCube'''<br>2 × Nintendo optical disc<br>'''PlayStation 2'''<br>DVD-ROM<br>'''Microsoft Windows'''<br>Digital Download
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|genre = Action-adventure, rail shooter, role-playing
|platforms = Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2
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|modes = Single player
|input = '''Nintendo GameCube'''<br>Nintendo GameCube controller<br>'''PlayStation 2'''<br>DualShock 2
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|ratings = CERO: 18<br>ESRB: M<br>PEGI: 18+<br>BBFC: 18<br>OFLC: MA15+
}}'''''killer7''''' (キラーセブン, ''kiraasebun'') is an action-adventure game developed by [[Grasshopper Manufacture]] and published by [[Capcom]] for the Nintendo GameCube and, later, the PlayStation 2. The game was written and directed by [[SUDA51]], and produced by Shinji Mikami and Hiroyuki Kobayashi.
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|platforms = Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2
A remastered version of killer7, published by NIS America, was released on Microsoft Windows on Steam in November 15, 2018.
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|media = '''Nintendo GameCube'''<br>2 × Nintendo optical disc<br>'''PlayStation 2'''<br>DVD-ROM
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|input = '''Nintendo GameCube'''<br>Nintendo GameCube controller<br>'''PlayStation 2'''<br>DualShock 2
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'''''killer7''''' (キラーセブン, ''kiraasebun'') is an action-adventure game developed by [[Grasshopper Manufacture]] and published by [[Capcom]] for the Nintendo GameCube and, later, the PlayStation 2. The game was written and directed by [[Goichi Suda]], and published by [[Shinji Mikami]].
   
 
==Gameplay==
 
==Gameplay==
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The gameplay of ''killer7'' mixes elements of shooting, limited exploration and light puzzle-solving. The player's character moves on rails, running forward at the touch of the A button and turning around in response to the B button (on the PlayStation 2, these functions are relegated to the Triangle and X buttons, respectively). From time to time the player will encounter intersections and crossroads, at which point he or she must select which path to follow for the time being; this is the most control the player has over their character's movements.
 
The gameplay of ''killer7'' mixes elements of shooting, limited exploration and light puzzle-solving. The player's character moves on rails, running forward at the touch of the A button and turning around in response to the B button (on the PlayStation 2, these functions are relegated to the Triangle and X buttons, respectively). From time to time the player will encounter intersections and crossroads, at which point he or she must select which path to follow for the time being; this is the most control the player has over their character's movements.
   
When the player encounters an enemy, known as a [[Heaven Smile]], it will emit shrieking laughter (in fact the laughter of [[Kun Lan]], the game's central antagonist), and begin to attack, usually by walking slowly towards the player. However, because the Heaven Smile are normally invisible to the naked eye due to the power of Kun Lan's [[God Hand]], the player must use the laughter as a cue to enter first-person perspective by pressing and holding the R button, then pressing L to scan the immediate area, revealing any hidden Heaven Smiles that may be around. Once he discovers them, the player can fire his weapon at them with the A button. The player is rewarded for precise shooting over wild trigger-happiness, as blowing off an enemy's limbs will yield [[Thin Blood]] used for restoring health, and hitting its secret weak point, revealed by scanning it a second time, will immediately defeat it and award the player with some [[Thick Blood]], which can be converted into [[serum]] used for permanently upgrading characters' statistics and abilities (except those of [[Garcian Smith]], whose characteristics are set). There is a limit to the amount of serum that can be converted from Thick Blood, which varies between stages.
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When the player encounters an enemy, known as a [[Heaven Smile]], it will emit shrieking laughter (in fact the laughter of [[Kun Lan]], the game's central protagonist), and begin to attack, usually by walking slowly towards the player. However, because the Heaven Smile are normally invisible to the naked eye due to the power of Kun Lan's [[God Hand]], the player must use the laughter as a cue to enter first-person perspective by pressing and holding the R button, then pressing L to scan the immediate area, revealing any hidden Heaven Smiles that may be around. Once he discovers them, the player can fire his weapon at them with the A button. The player is rewarded for precise shooting over wild trigger-happiness, as blowing off an enemy's limbs will yield [[Thin Blood]] used for restoring health, and hitting its secret weak point, revealed by scanning it a second time, will immediately defeat it and award the player with some [[Thick Blood]], which can be converted into [[serum]] used for permanently upgrading characters' statistics and abilities (except those of [[Garcian Smith]], whose characteristics are set). There is a limit to the amount of serum that can be converted from Thick Blood, which varies between stages.
   
 
Throughout the course of the main game, the player has access to seven different personae of [[Harman Smith]], the ostensible protagonist, who has the ability to physically transform into any of seven multiple personalities while in the field. This can be accomplished at any time through the pause menu, except that Garcian is accessible only at [[Harman's Room]]s (save points) and scripted story scenes (in earlier builds of the game, all character-changing was done at save points). Each personality has his or her own specialties and a unique weapon, adding some gameplay variety and encouraging the use of changing characters frequently to make the best use of their individual strengths. If a character is killed by Heaven Smile, they must either choose a different personality, or Garcian must go to the place where they died and retrieve their bloody head in a paper bag, which he then brings back to the nearest Harman's Room for revival. If Garcian dies, the player gets a game-over.
 
Throughout the course of the main game, the player has access to seven different personae of [[Harman Smith]], the ostensible protagonist, who has the ability to physically transform into any of seven multiple personalities while in the field. This can be accomplished at any time through the pause menu, except that Garcian is accessible only at [[Harman's Room]]s (save points) and scripted story scenes (in earlier builds of the game, all character-changing was done at save points). Each personality has his or her own specialties and a unique weapon, adding some gameplay variety and encouraging the use of changing characters frequently to make the best use of their individual strengths. If a character is killed by Heaven Smile, they must either choose a different personality, or Garcian must go to the place where they died and retrieve their bloody head in a paper bag, which he then brings back to the nearest Harman's Room for revival. If Garcian dies, the player gets a game-over.
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==Characters==
 
==Characters==
*[[Harman Smith]] - a wheelchair-bound old man and leader of the [[Smith Syndicate]].
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*[[Harman Smith]] - a wheelchair-bound old man and leader of the [[Smith Syndicate]]
*[[Garcian Smith]] - the most dominant of Harman&apos;s multiple personalities, he uses a silenced pistol and carries an attache case with him everywhere. He is also the only character capable of reviving the others if they are killed.
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*[[Garcian Smith]] - the most dominant of Harman's multiple personalities, he uses a silenced pistol and carries an attache case with him everywhere. He is also the only character capable of reviving the others if they are killed.
 
*[[Dan Smith]] - a former cop who uses a powerful revolver and the [[Collateral Shot]].
 
*[[Dan Smith]] - a former cop who uses a powerful revolver and the [[Collateral Shot]].
*[[Coyote Smith]] - a thief skilled at lock-picking, has an unearthly jumping ability,&nbsp;and&nbsp;uses a modified pistol.
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*[[Coyote Smith]] - a thief skilled at lock-picking, who uses a modified pistol.
*[[Kevin Smith]] - a silent, knife-throwing wraith with the ability to turn invisible and incorporeal.
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*[[Keven Smith]] - a silent, knife-throwing wraith with the ability to turn invisible and incorporeal.
*[[KAEDE Smith]] - a scoped pistol-wielding woman who reveals secret passages and hidden items by showering them with blood cut from her own wrists.
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*[[KAEDE Smith]] - a scope rifle-wielding woman who reveals secret passages and hidden items by showering them with blood cut from her own wrists.
 
*[[Con Smith]] - a teenage hooligan with dual pistols and super speed.
 
*[[Con Smith]] - a teenage hooligan with dual pistols and super speed.
 
*[[MASK de Smith]] - a masked [[lucha libre]] wrestler who brings two grenade launchers to bear.
 
*[[MASK de Smith]] - a masked [[lucha libre]] wrestler who brings two grenade launchers to bear.
 
See also [[Template:killer7 Characters|this navigation box]] for a full catalog of characters.
 
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
===Targets===
 
* [[Target00: Angel]]
 
* [[Target01: Sunset]]
 
* [[Target02: Cloudman]]
 
* [[Target03: Encounter]]
 
* [[Target04: Alter Ego]]
 
* [[Target05: Smile]]
 
* [[Target06: Lion]]
 
   
===Summary===
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The plot revolves around Harman Smith and Kun Lan, demi-gods fighting a battle of good versus evil over several centuries. In the game's present, the earthbound incarnation of Harman has taken on the form of a sixty-year-old assassin bound to a wheelchair, tended to by a maid named [[Samantha]]. He is capable of manifesting seven personalities into the real world, each with their own style of killing; the group is collectively known as the killer7. In these manifestations, Harman does not just believe he is someone else; rather, his personae actually take on a unique physical body when called upon. During the course of the game, the player is introduced to other ghostly figures from Harman's past that attempt to help the killer7, including [[Travis Bell]], the first target the group ever assassinated, and [[Iwazaru]], a subservient personality that appears from time to time to give the player hints.
The plot revolves around Harman Smith and Kun Lan, demi-gods fighting a battle of good versus evil over several centuries. In the game's present, the earthbound incarnation of Harman has taken on the form of a sixty-year-old assassin bound to a wheelchair, tended to by a maid named [[Samantha Sitbon|Samantha]]. He is capable of manifesting seven personalities into the real world, each with their own style of killing; the group is collectively known as the killer7. In these manifestations, Harman does not just believe he is someone else; rather, his personae actually take on a unique physical body when called upon. During the course of the game, the player is introduced to other ghostly figures from Harman's past that attempt to help the killer7, including [[Travis Bell]], the first target the group ever assassinated, and [[Iwazaru]], a subservient personality that appears from time to time to give the player hints.
 
   
 
[[Image:Approachuc.jpg|200px|thumb|Garcian approaches [[Ulmeyda City]], the site of the killer7's third assassination in the game.]]
 
[[Image:Approachuc.jpg|200px|thumb|Garcian approaches [[Ulmeyda City]], the site of the killer7's third assassination in the game.]]
 
In 2011, the Japanese [[United Nations Party]] is trying to unify the world under Japanese control. In response, the United States government sends Garcian Smith, through the medium of their agent [[Christopher Mills]], to assassinate a number of targets who are working with the party in order to prevent this from occurring. As Garcian and the killer7 carry out these assignments, they find their efforts thwarted by a militant terrorist group of mutant suicide-bombers known as "Heaven Smile." Their leader, Kun Lan, has transformed their bodies into living bombs using the power of his "[[God Hand]]".
 
In 2011, the Japanese [[United Nations Party]] is trying to unify the world under Japanese control. In response, the United States government sends Garcian Smith, through the medium of their agent [[Christopher Mills]], to assassinate a number of targets who are working with the party in order to prevent this from occurring. As Garcian and the killer7 carry out these assignments, they find their efforts thwarted by a militant terrorist group of mutant suicide-bombers known as "Heaven Smile." Their leader, Kun Lan, has transformed their bodies into living bombs using the power of his "[[God Hand]]".
   
[[Image:Russianroulette.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Garcian plays Russian Roulette with Benjamin Keane at Coburn Elementary School.]]
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[[Image:Russianroulette.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Garcian plays Russian Roulette with the President at Coburn Elementary School.]]
One of the last missions takes the killer7 to [[Coburn Elementary School]] near Seattle, Washington. While exploring the school, the killer7 discover tapes that reveal that the school was a front for the United Nations Party to train young students to become brainwashed assassins for the Japanese government. One such child, Emir Parkreiner, stood out from the others and was mentored by the school's principal, an avatar of Harman Smith. Clues at the school point to a shooting massacre several years earlier at the [[Union Hotel]] in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At the hotel Garcian discovers ''all'' of the killer7 personae were victims of the massacre and were murdered by him. He later learns he murdered his mentor Harman, and experienced a psychological breakdown and attempted suicide by shooting himself in the mouth. Despite his seemingly fatal injuries, he survived the aftermath by fusing himself with the cosmological ''entity'', Harman Smith, and became Garcian Smith, the ''killer7''. Garcian realizes he is actually Emir Parkreiner, and ceases to exist as a persona. Emir then screams in despaired denial at the painful revelation and opens his suitcase in horror to reveal the weapons of the killer7 personas.
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One of the last missions takes the killer7 to [[Coburn Elementary School]] near Seattle, Washington. While exploring the school, the killer7 discover tapes that reveal that the school was a front for the United Nations Party to train young students to become brainwashed assassins for the Japanese government. One such child, Emir Parkreiner, was mentored by principal Harman Smith and stood out from the others, but his fate is unknown. Clues at the school point to a shooting massacre several years earlier at the [[Hotel Union]] in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At the hotel Garcian discovers that all of the killer7 personae were victims of the massacre, all killed by Emir, except for Garcian: Garcian's persona is actually that of Emir, who committed suicide after realising that he had shot his mentor, Harman. Emir reincarnated as Harman, Garcian, and the killer7 personalities, but had forgotten his past. He screams in despaired denial at the painful revelation.
   
Three years later, Emir has fully awakened as the "Bloody Heartland" and freed himself from Harman and Kun Lan's control. He arrives at [[Battleship Island]] near Japan, via the [[transcontinental expressways]] between the United States and Asia. Intending to put an end to Heaven Smile and ease tensions between Japan and the US, he meets with [[Kenjiro Matsuoka]], leader of the majority United Nations Party, who gives him a choice: keep Matsuoka alive, which will allow him to rally Japan underneath him for an assault on the United States and result in Japanese worldwide takeover, or kill him, which will lead to the United States discovering that their elections have been rigged by Japan and the destruction of the foreign power, cycling into the establishment of an American world-state. Regardless of the choice the player makes, Garcian discovers the [[Last Shot Smile]] in the door Mastuoka was sitting in front of, and gives chase. He kills the Last Heaven Smile only to discover that it is Kun Lan himself, in Iwazaru's body, ending the threat of the Heaven Smile forever.
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Three years later, Garcian arrives at [[Battleship Island]] near Japan, via the [[transcontinental expressways]] between the United States and Asia. Intending to put an end to Heaven Smile and ease tensions between Japan and the US, he meets with [[Kenjirou Matsuoka]], leader of the majority United Nations Party, who gives him a choice: keep Matsuoka alive, which will allow him to rally Japan underneath him for an assault on the United States and result in Japanese worldwide takeover, or kill him, which will lead to the United States discovering that their elections have been rigged by Japan and the destruction of the foreign power, cycling into the establishment of an American world-state. Regardless of the choice the player makes, Garcian discovers the [[Last Heaven Smile]] in the door Mastuoka was sitting in front of, and gives chase. He kills the Last Heaven Smile only to discover that it is Kun Lan himself, in Iwazaru's body, ending the threat of the Heaven Smile forever.
   
The game concludes a century later in [[Shanghai]], as Harman and Kun Lan have a fight strikingly similar to the one from the first level, at which Kun Lan proclaims:
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The game concludes a century later in Shanghai, as Harman and Kun Lan have a fight strikingly similar to the one from the first level, at which Kun Lan proclaims:
   
''"Harman, the world won't change. All it does is turn. Now, let's dance."''
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"You see, the world never changes. It just turns."
   
 
==Music==
 
==Music==
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==Development==
 
==Development==
Development of ''killer7'' began around 2002. The game was originally planned to be released in both Japan and North America in June 2005, however Capcom delayed the game's North American release by one month, and ultimately ''killer7'' saw release in the region on July 7, 2005 (or 7/7).
 
   
In 3 years of development the game changed a lot from its original concept trailer and when ''killer7'' was finally released many parts of the story were removed.<ref>http://www.unseen64.net/articles/killer-7-development-beta-analysis/</ref>.
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Development of ''killer7'' began around 2002, when the game was going to take place circa 2008; the dates were pushed back when the game was delayed, in order to keep them in the near future.
   
==Lasting appeal==
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===Voice actors===
In an interview conducted by Rising Star Games, director SUDA51 told viewers, "I'm really happy to hear every time I come to London that the fans want to hear about a sequel to ''killer7''. This is a title that made Grasshopper a worldwide name so it is very important to us. In the future we're interested in making a similar game, but there are no definite plans yet."<ref>[http://www.siliconera.com/2010/03/22/suda51-interested-in-making-a-game-similar-to-killer7/]</ref>
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==Leak==
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!width="240" style="text-align:center"|'''Character'''
In late 2016, a download was found on a small server somewhere on the internet. This download contained the ''killer7'' source code, and was found to have been uploaded earlier that year. This code included several unused files such as models, rooms, textures and script files, many of which consisted of content used in trailers. However, the game could not be compiled for hacking purposes because some files were missing.
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!width="170" style="text-align:center"|'''Voice Actor'''
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Although the original download links are gone, the leak has been preserved and can be downloaded [https://mega.nz/#!NXBxiAbJ!MGGPmHLtKs9yJVyl7Qd6GcGit3fcMZATG2LtVrvMnaU HERE]. It is still largely undocumented.
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| [[Harman Smith]] || Dwight Schultz
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|-
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| [[Garcian Smith]] || Greg Eagles
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| [[Dan Smith]] || Michael Gough
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| [[Coyote Smith]] || Benito Martinez
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|-
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| [[KAEDE Smith]] || Tara Strong
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|-
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| [[Con Smith]] || Jun Hee Lee
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|-
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| [[MASK de Smith]] || Miguel Caballero
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|-
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| [[Samantha|Samantha Sitbon]] || Heidi Anderson
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|-
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| [[Christopher Mills]] || Bart Flynn
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|-
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| [[Toru Fukushima]] || Jim Ward
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|-
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| [[Jean DePaul]] || James Horan
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|-
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| [[Hiro Kasai]]/[[Hasegawa]]/Maitre D' || Robin Atkin Downes
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|-
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| [[Andrei Ulmeyda]] || Cam Clark
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|-
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| [[Gabriel Clemence]] || Chris Cox
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|-
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| [[Curtis Blackburn]] || Alastair Duncan
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|-
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| [[Ayame Blackburn]] || Hosono Masayo
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|-
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| [[Love Wilxoc]]/1st Heaven Smile || Debi Derryberry
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| [[Linda Vermillion]] || Jennifer Hale
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|-
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| [[Kenjirou Matusoka]]/[[Benjamin Keane]]/[[Trevor Pearlharbour]] || Steven Jay Blum
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| [[Kun Lan]] || Joe Lala
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| Punk Kid C || Chris Zimmerman
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| Narrator || Jack Angel
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==Cover art==
 
==Cover art==
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Image:Killer7PS2Front-K.jpg|Japanese PlayStation 2 Kapukore collection front
 
Image:Killer7PS2Front-K.jpg|Japanese PlayStation 2 Kapukore collection front
 
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</gallery>
 
===North American GameCube scans===
 
<gallery>
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN01.png|Front, back and spine
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN02.png|Disc 1
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN03.png|Disc 2
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN04.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN05.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN06.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN07.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN08.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN09.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN10.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN11.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN12.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN13.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN14.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN15.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN16.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN17.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN18.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-GC-NA-SCAN19.png|Instruction booklet
 
</gallery>
 
 
===North American PlayStation 2 scans===
 
<gallery>
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN01.png|Front, back and spine
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN02.png|Disc
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN03.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN04.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN05.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN06.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN07.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN08.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN09.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN10.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN11.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN12.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN13.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN14.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN15.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN16.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN17.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN18.png|Instruction booklet
 
Image:K7-PS-NA-SCAN19.png|Instruction booklet
 
</gallery>
 
 
==Release history==
 
;Nintendo GameCube
 
* Japan double-disc – June 9, 2005 (Capcom, DL-DOL-GK7J-0-JPN/DL-DOL-GK7J-1-JPN)
 
* North America double-disc – July 7, 2005 (Capcom, DL-DOL-GK7E-0-USA/DL-DOL-GK7E-1-USA)
 
* Europe double-disc – July 15, 2005 (Capcom, DL-DOL-GK7P-0-EUR/DL-DOL-GK7P-1-EUR)
 
 
;Sony PlayStation 2
 
* Japan disc – June 9, 2005 (Capcom, SLPM-65947)
 
* North America disc – July 7, 2005 (Capcom, SLUS-21154)
 
* Europe disc – July 15, 2005 (Capcom, SLES-53366)
 
* Japan Kapukore disc – May 24, 2007 (Capcom, SLPM-66744)
 
 
==Other names==
 
* Japanese – キラー7 (''kirā7''), literally "killer7."
 
 
==References==
 
<references />
 
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
;Official
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* [http://www.capcom.co.jp/killer7/english.html Official site]
* [http://www.capcom.co.jp/killer7/english.html Official English website]
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* [http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/gamecube/game/562551.html GameFAQs page]
* [http://www.capcom.co.jp/killer7/index1.html Official Japanese website]
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* [http://shin.lean-forward.com/killer7/ Official TFL.org approved fanlisting]
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* [http://www.killer7.3dactionplanet.gamespy.com/ ''Killer7 SINdicate'']
;Unofficial
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* [http://www.examiner.com/x-1039-LA-Game-Culture-Examiner~y2008m10d22-Killer-7-investigates-the-horror-of-politics ''Killer 7 investigates the horror of politics'']
* [http://www005.upp.so-net.ne.jp/silvercase/killer7.htm ''killer7'' at Grass Hopper Maniax]
 
* [http://www.killer7.3dactionplanet.gamespy.com/ Killer 7 SINdicate]
 
* [http://www.unseen64.net/articles/killer-7-development-beta-analysis/ Unseen 64: Killer 7 Development & Beta Analysis]
 
 
;News
 
* [http://cube.ign.com/objects/495/495539.html ''killer7'' at IGN] (Nintendo GameCube)
 
* [http://ps2.ign.com/objects/649/649600.html ''killer7'' at IGN] (PlayStation 2)
 
* [http://www.gamespot.com/gamecube/action/killer7/index.html ''killer7'' at Gamespot] (Nintendo GameCube)
 
* [http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/action/killer7/index.html ''killer7'' at Gamespot] (PlayStation 2)
 
   
 
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