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Enemy Zero

Enemy Zero (SAT) game cover art
Platform: Saturn
Tags: Adventure, First-Person, Sci-Fi
Developer: Warp

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/31/1997
EU
??/??/1997
JP
12/13/1996

Staff Reviews

Enemy Zero review

Reviewed February 28, 2010

Zigfried says: "I'm going to tell you about an obscure survival horror game. The name of this obscure survival horror game is Enemy Zero and it stars Laura from D's Diner . . . but it doesn't star Laura the character, it stars Laura the actress, because game designer Kenji Eno was an avant-garde madman who wanted to turn CG models into small-screen starlets."
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AVG
5.3

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