RED ALERT
( Last Alert )
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(c)1989 SIN NIHON LASER SOFT
Release : 1989-12-20 (•6780)
CDRom≤ TJCD9004
Shooter / Action game

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Released in America as LAST ALERT
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The Force Project, lead by Dr.Che Garcia, an international physicist and terrorist, is tries to take over the world. Last Alert is a military action game and the player's goal is to guide Guy Kazama and stop the evil Dr. Garcia, helped by an arsenal of different weapons and other offensive items. The game counts six vast areas, from a gigantic enemy base to a deep jungle or snowing and icy terrain. Levels are split into different sub-missions. You will either have to clean up an area and defeat the boss, or strategically drop bombs or rescue hostages. You start with a simple shot gun, but you can acquire more experience as you defeat enemies and gain levels and classes. As your ranks gets higher, you access better and more powerful weapons.
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The american version seems to have the worse translated japanese and voice acting ever done for a PC Engine CD game. But I guess that, because of budget limitations, a small amount of people ended up doing all the character voices and it must have been hard for them to create so many variarions.


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Red Alert looks average at first but it is a huge game, with vast and intense missions. There are so many things to accomplish, and tasks are varied and interesting without forgetting the evolving and complex story plot. Graphics could have been better though, this is the detail that kind of repulsed me at first and sprites are a bit too small. I happened to also play the american version and, on top of horrible game cover art work, the voice acting in the game is the most laughable I have ever heard. Extremely funny. Anyway, Red Alert is a bit dated now but is still a correct military action game.




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