A small desert town has been infiltrated by alien body snatchers. As the head of a special army surveillance team, help identify and take out the aliens. Some of them hold parts of the code that shows the location of their mothership.

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DiSalvo (as Leslie Harter)
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Agent #1 (as Lawrence McNeal III)
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General
Maureen O'Boyle ...
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Waitress #2 (as Francine Forbes)
Hans Howes ...
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Card Player #1 (as Bradley James Bovee)
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Sorin Serene Pricopie ...
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J.P. Romano ...
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A small desert town has been infiltrated by alien body snatchers. As the head of a special army surveillance team, help identify and take out the aliens. Some of them hold parts of the code that shows the location of their mothership.

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Over 110 minutes of interactive movie action at four camera locations, so you never play the same game twice. See more »

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[the abandoned salt mine at the edge of town. Inside the tunnel, Shotgun steps out from behind a corner. An unidentified man follows closely behind, also armed with a shotgun]
Shotgun: [cocks shotgun] Halt!
Reece: Federal Agent! Let me see your badges!
Shotgun: [cocks shotgun again] Badges? We don't need no stinking badges!
[Reece flashes his badge to the two armed men]
Shotgun: You want us gone?
Reece: No, we never saw you.
[Reece retreats as the two armed men turn and retreat back down the tunnel they emerged from]
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Aliens come to Texas on the Sega CD!!!
30 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

You know what that means!?! Yep, lots of lame acting and the same footage being shown over and over and over again. To be fair, it was not horrible, but beyond one rental in the 90's I never had the urge to touch this one again. You use cameras and guns to take out aliens who are disguised as humans first. You shoot them, they fly Hollywood style. Then they come at you in all their alien glory and you shoot them and they explode. This segment of the game is the most fun as the music sets the mood and it is a tense situation. Then the finale comes and you have no idea what to do to win the game and you only have one shot. You miss, you have to go back and do a whole heck of a lot of stuff again to get to that point. I would of given the game a six if not for this annoyance. Never won the game thanks to this. What is so wrong about letting me just continue right before the finale? Seriously, the girl that is helping you tells you to shoot it in a vague location and you see something and have to shoot it in the right location and at the right time. Fail! This CD game follows the usual format of games made for Sega CD, a few B and C list stars talk to you and you view a bunch of film clips and then you have some action. You see the same shot of people flying backward when you shoot them, and you see the same explosion of aliens during the attacks when they are aliens. The Sega Cd was a strange device. It produced these throw away games, but it also had a fairly good set of role playing games in Lunar and Lunar II.


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