In the future, much of humanity has been forced to live underground. The player takes the role of a pilot who flies through sewers beneath the paradise Solar City and exterminates creatures at the order of evil Commissioner Stenchler.

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David Underwood ...
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Stenchler (as Robert Costanza)
Kari G. Peyton ...
Falco (as Kari G. Payton)
Stevie Sterling ...
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Robert Weaver ...
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In the future, much of humanity has been forced to live underground. The player takes the role of a pilot who flies through sewers beneath the paradise Solar City and exterminates creatures at the order of evil Commissioner Stenchler.

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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: Hey, relaaaax. Pretend it's a game. Maybe it'll even be fun.
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Ghost: Shoot the tubes, Dogmeat!
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References Apocalypse Now (1979) See more »

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The game isn't great, but the FMV is cool.
9 July 2002 | by (Columbus, OH) – See all my reviews

I had this game years ago on Sega CD, and I was very impressed with the FMV sequences. I also thought that David Underwood did a great job with the character "Ghost". The story is kind of lame, but this was groundbreaking back in 1992, and it's fun to watch the story unfold. If you have the chance, pick it up.


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