They're back! Rio, Nanval, Lilica, Maya and Yuji are back on the force and ready to go beyond the call of duty in their greatest adventure yet in this continuation of the Burn Up Warrior ... See full summary »
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They're back! Rio, Nanval, Lilica, Maya and Yuji are back on the force and ready to go beyond the call of duty in their greatest adventure yet in this continuation of the Burn Up Warrior series. Project Warrior is the bottom line of defense against crime in the futuristic metropolis of Neo-Tokyo: led by Maki, a calm and cool under pressure police officer, Project Warrior is ready to go where normal law enforcement cannot and will not venture in order to stop criminals dead in their tracks before they get out of hand. But this time, Project Warrior finds itself in a situation that's about to spiral completely beyond even their control when ordinary run-of-the-mill criminals get their hands on high-tech weaponry and devices and begin to go on looting sprees in the quiet urban section of Police-town. While doing some investigating, they discover a conspiracy involving corrupt politicians, illegal international arms sales and a crime syndicate that's being run by a 'presumed dead' cop. No... Written by Keno Reeves (spywatcher459)

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In Slam Tank Part 1, the transporter-plane door sound is the same for the sound heard in Aliens (1986) for the power loader. See more »

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