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Surgical Strike (1994)

The UN have approved a surgical strike on the stronghold of a Middle Eastern strongman, who's rocketing civilian targets. The player's team is sent in a heavily armed hovercraft to stop him. Avoid collateral damage or the game is over.

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James W. Riley
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Cast

Credited cast:
Andrea Elson ... Co-Pilot
Joe Flanigan ... Reed
Linda Hoffman Linda Hoffman ... JJ
Rhino Michaels ... Bulldog
Michael Saad Michael Saad ... Kabul
Marshall R. Teague ... Major
Leo Weltman ... Mad Mountain Hermit
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The UN have approved a surgical strike on the stronghold of a Middle Eastern strongman, who's rocketing civilian targets. The player's team is sent in a heavily armed hovercraft to stop him. Avoid collateral damage or the game is over.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Blowing things up, is really fun.
2 August 2019 | by HarryLagsSee all my reviews

Surgical Strike is a full motion video game that was released for the Sega CD and Sega 32X CD, where the objective is simply to control a hovercraft and maneuver it around a war torn city. You must search out and destroy key enemy emplacements on the map, all while conserving your ammo and trying to avoid destruction. You have to be conservative on your ammo, but if you plan out the right course this is also no problem.

The end of each level consists of finding a final target then confronting the mad terrorist. The only complaint I have about the gameplay is that there is no save feature. There should have been some save points or something through out the game. But anyway, play this game on an emulator and that problem is fixed up.

It's not an easy game, but once you get the hang of it, it's a BLAST to play and driving around everywhere blowing things up, is really fun.

Conclusion - This game is a great addition to the Sega CD and Sega 32X CD, and now thanks to the beauty of emulators you can play this game on your computer instead of your Sega CD.


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