Last Alert (Turbografx-CD) review
">Last Alert places you in the boots of "one man army" Guy Kazama, as he embarks on the Turbo CD's equivalent of Schwarzenegger's entire action movie library smashed together into a single disc. Upon first glance, this appears to be a bloodier, fancier version of Ikari Warriors — replete with sweet CD soundtrack."
20TH NOVEMBER 1988
A special ops team infiltrated the jungles of South America to take out a terrorist army. The team had been promised assistance by the local government of "Lloyd"... only to be cruelly betrayed! As depicted in a gruesome cinematic slaughter, only one man survived the massacre...
20TH NOVEMBER 1989
One year later, the world has fallen into corruption and despair. Arms dealers, terrorists, and even famous financiers are all connected by an intricate web with a criminal syndicate at its center. Playing the role of reaper, this syndicate -- a fearsome foursome known as the "Force Project" -- holds the world in its skeletal grip. To deal with this diabolical menace, the CIA needs someone tough. Someone strong. Someone like...
Sole survivor of the Lloyd massacre
22ND DECEMBER 1989
A lonely man, living day-by-day on the line between life and death, met with an old friend. A tinge of sadness colored his voice.
"I thought we'd always do things together... even when we die!"
". . . . ."
James did not respond, because he was dead. Guy Kazama kneeled before his dear friend's grave, a mixture of sorrow and anger welling up within his embattled soul. The wicked Lloyd government must pay for their hellish deeds!
Enter Harvey Leonard, director of the CIA and Guy's mentor... and a man who speaks in near-falsetto. He reveals to our vengeful hero that the Lloyd government was operating under direction of the Force Project -- Colonel Kadat of Libya is the true mastermind of his friend's tragic demise! Harvey assigns Guy an important mission: assassinate Colonel Kadat!
Guy Kazama is quick to accept.
|Conveyor Belt Brawl||Don't shoot the prisoner!|
Staff review by Zigfried (September 15, 2007)
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