A tough space marine (Imprisoned for disobeying orders and assaulting his commanding officer) along with his squadron are sent to a radioactive waste facility on the planet Mars. The facility owned by UAC (Union Aerospace Corporation) which has been infested with fierce alien creatures from hell that have arrived on Mars due to a experiment involving "Inter-Dimensional Gateways" portals that allow people to travel from part of the galaxy to another. When his squadron are killed off one-by-one by the creatures. The space marine who is the only marine in the squadron left alive, finds he cannot get off Mars, arms himself with a arsenal of weaponry (Pistol, Plasma Rifle, Shotgun, Chainsaw) engages in a non-stop battle, as he fights the alien creatures, marines gone bad and armies of monsters, and fight for survival as he sets out to prevent the alien creatures and their army of marines gone bad and monsters from reaching Earth, where the human race will end up meeting it's doom.
10 December 1993 (USA)
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The Sega 32X version contains only seventeen maps, taken from the "Knee Deep in the Dead" and "The Shores of Hell" episodes. No maps from the third episode, "Inferno", have been included. (Maps present on the 32X port: E1M1-E1M8 and E2M1-E2M7, as well as the two secret levels E1M9 and E2M9). See more
In the game, enemies can hear fired shots, which attracts their attention. But there's a bug in the game so that enemies can hear any attack, including your character's (silent) punches. Also, the enemies cannot hear the idling chainsaw, but once you attack with it they will be alerted. See more
After the end credits on the Sega 32X version, the game reverts to a fake DOS prompt from which the player cannot exit without shutting off the game. See more
In version 1.4 for the PC, an alteration was present. In Episode 1, Map 4: "Command Control", a structure originally lowers to the ground to create a pattern of a swastika on the floor. This was done as a reference to "Wolfenstein 3D" however, this offended many players so it was changed to a different, yet similar structure in this version. (See links under "photographs") See more