Sewer Shark (1992)

Video Game  -  1992 (USA)
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David Underwood ...
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Falco (as Kari G. Payton)
Stevie Sterling ...
Girl Friday
Robert Weaver ...
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Just before Hasbro's video game system NEMO was about to be officially launched alongside Sewer Shark and Night Trap (1992) at the start of 1989, the worst happened - Hasbro pulled the plug (citing the high cost of the hardware). Tom Zito, General Manager of Hasbro Interactive's California based unit, then purchased all of the material related to the two abandoned games and founded his own company, called Digital Pictures. See more »

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Ghost: Take a deep breath Rookie.
[long deep sniff]
Ghost: Ahhhh. Don't you love the smell of the sewers in the morning? They smell like
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Ghost: victory!
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Typical of the movie games for the Sega Cd.
4 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

Nothing special, it like all sega cd games has flaws galore. This one is basically the very limited control of the situation you have in this game. Of course, that is basically a problem with all the games that incorporate movies into their game. This one has you flying around a bunch of pipes exterminating creatures that are infesting these tunnels. You have a copilot that constantly gives you advice, cuts you down, are says what a good job you are doing. Your boss also does about the same thing. He also goes berserk near the end of the game and sets super monsters on your tail for some reason or another. So be prepared to fly around basically on autopilot except for the occasional turn where you pick the right way or crash in a dead end. For the most part you are aiming a target though at the various monsters in the sewers and the higher your score the more impressed your copilot and your obnoxious boss are. If you really suck and score really low not only will they not be impressed the game will end. I was rather good at this one as all you really had to do was memorize where the monsters are as they are in the same place all the time.


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