An elite terrorist organization lead by a madman has vowed to destroy the world as we know it. Saving the world might not have been in your weekend plans but things change. You are the only... See full summary »

Director:

Lawrence Gruenberg (as Laurence Grunberg)

Writers:

Flint Dille, Mark Turmell (original concept by)
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Credited cast:
Sharee Gregory ... Female Secret Agent
Charley Hayward Charley Hayward ... Black Plague
Peter Kent ... Struttin' Stupido
Rob Narita ... K-Rat
Mark Withers ... Sentinel
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An elite terrorist organization lead by a madman has vowed to destroy the world as we know it. Saving the world might not have been in your weekend plans but things change. You are the only one left to take on a task which literally fell into your lap. A dying government agent begs you to continue her failed mission while handing you a hi-tech watch connected to the command center now giving you orders. Diseased sewer rats, psychotic circus clowns, mafia hitmen, and cannibalistic martial arts masters are just a few of the obstacles in your way. Let's not forget, you will still need to find the antidote to save the human race from biowarfare extinction. Oh yeah, one more important thing - you only have 15 minutes.

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Official Sites:

Good Deal Games

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 2002 (USA) See more »

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Digital Pictures, Hasbro See more »
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Citizen X is typical of the early-90s video games.
19 August 2019 | by HarryLagsSee all my reviews

Citizen X is an unreleased Sega Mega-CD game developed by Digital Pictures. It was a side-scrolling action game paired with many full motion video cutscenes set for release in 1993. Though the game was not officially released, a mostly-finished prototype emerged and was distributed commercially by Good Deal Games in 2002.

Citizen X is mainly a standard side-scroller with full motion video (FMV) clips intermixed with the action. Playing as some weird looking guy in red shoes, you collect items and use them to subdue terrorists that have made the sewers into their headquarters. Your fighting abilities are limited to a simple punch, but simply running past these thugs is usually your best bet.

The graphics are kind of grainy and look like they were drawn with a crayon. The sound effects are somewhat muffled. The controls are decent. There's nothing outstanding here, but the gameplay is unexplainably addictive. Citizen X is typical of the early-90s video games that tried to incorporate FMV with standard platform action, and so Sega CD fans will probably like it. I know i liked it!


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