The city is under siege and only a heroic cop can save the day! Six ruthless crime bosses have clubbed together in order to bring a reign of chaos to the city. Violent crime is common place - no-one feels safe. The police are over-powered by the sheer enormity of the new crime wave. Enter the ESWAT (Enhanced Special Weapons and Tactics) team, a bunch of hardened cops with the greatest weaponry and armour that the city can provide.

After the rather nifty arcade game, this is a bit of a disappointment The original coin-op features a variety of mean 'n' meaty weapons, but the ones in this version are wimpy by comparison. Even the graphics are feeble compared to their arcade counterpart, with gaudy backdrops and small, poorly animated sprites. When you get down to playing it, once again the game is a let-down. It's great fun at first, but there are only five levels and they're very easy to get through. None of the end-of-tevel baddies offer much resistance, and anyone who's a half-decent player should be able to finish the game pretty quickly.

Graphics
61%
Sound
56%
Playability
62%
Lastability
45%
Overall
59%
Rating
59
Reviewer
CVG magazine "Complete Guide to Sega"
Region
UK
Scans
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