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Enemy Zero
Publisher: Sega, Warp (JP)
Developer:
System(s): Sega Saturn, Windows PC
Sound driver:
Sega Saturn
SCSP (1/1/1/1 track)
Peripherals supported:
Sega Saturn
3D Control Pad
Genre: Adventure































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Saturn
JP
¥6,800 T-30001G
Sega Saturn
JP
(Satakore)
¥2,800 T-30004G
Sega Saturn
US
$49.99[1] 81076
Sega Saturn
UK
£49.99[2] MK81076-50
Sega Saturn
FR
?F MK81076-50
Sega Saturn
DE
DM ? MK81076-50
Sega Saturn
ES
?Ptas MK81076-50
Sega Saturn
BR
R$? 191326



Windows PC
JP
¥9,800 (10,290) HCJ-0141
Windows PC
US
$? 85070
Windows PC
UK
£?
Windows PC
FR
?F
Windows PC
DE
DM ?
Windows PC
ES
?Ptas
Windows PC
UK
(Xplosiv)
£? EI-1307
Windows PC
TW
NT$? ?



Enemy Zero (エネミー・ゼロ) is an adventure game for the Sega Saturn and PC. It is one of the few Saturn games to ship with four discs.

History

Development

Enemy Zero was originally planned to be a PlayStation-exclusive game, however designer and founder of Warp, Kenji Eno took a strong dislike to Sony's manufacturing process, failing to prioritise copies of his previous game, D. Though Acclaim, D had amassed roughly 100,000 pre-orders, however Sony only produced 28,000 copies of the game in time for release.

This friction led to one of the most interesting headlines of 1996, in which during a backroom conference at the 1996 PlayStation Expo promoting a game with strong public backing from Sony, a PlayStation logo at the end of an Enemy Zero morphed into a Sega Saturn one[6], with Eno proceeding to jump on a stuffed MuuMuu from the Sony-published PlayStation Jumping Flash!.

Following this incident, all Warp-published games became Sega exclusives, starting with this game and continuing with both the Saturn and Dreamcast versions of Real Sound: Kaze no Regret and finally D-2 (the studio being closed shortly afterwards).

Production credits

  • Directed And Story By: Kenji Eno
  • Director Of C.G.I.: Shosaburou Tateishi
  • C.G.I. Animators: Fumito Ueda, Hirohiko Sugamura, Hideki Sudo
  • C.G.I. Designers: Tomohiro Miyazaki, Hiromi Hayashi, Takahiro Matsuhira
  • Programmed By: Hideki Miura, Naoya Sato
  • Video Compression By: Eitaro Suzuki, Takashi Otsuki
  • Creature Designer: Yasushi Nirasawa
  • Music By: Michael Nyman
  • Dialogue Writer: Yuji Sakamoto
  • Supervisor Sound Editor: Tak Ogawa
  • Sound Editors: Takeshi Nakamura, Kenji Atsumi
  • Sound Engineer: Masayoshi Okawa
  • Voice Actors: Yui Komazuka (As Laura), Naoko Kouda (As Kimberly), Akio Otsuka (As David), Yoshitada Otsuka (As George), Genda Tetsusho (As Ronny), Satomi Hatakeyama (As Narration)
Sound Staff
  • Sound Producers: Kenji Eno, Katsutoshi Eguchi
  • Sound Co-Producer: Masayoshi Okawa
  • Sound Director: Takao Kondo
  • Recording Engineers: Michael J. Dutton, Austin Ince
  • Assistant Recording Engineers: Ricky Graham, Yasushi Shiota
  • Songs Are Performed By: Michael Nyman, Michael Nyman Orchestra
  • Musicians Are: Ann Morfee, David Roach, Andy Findon, John Harle, Steve Sidwell, David Lee, Nigel Barr, Lynda Houghton, Paul Sherman, Chris Lawrence, Louise Hopkins, Tony Hinnigan, Nick Cooper, Frank Schaeffer, Justin Pearson, Catherine Musker, Nick Barr, Philip D'Arcy, Bruce White, Jackie Woods, Andrew Parker, William Hawkes, Jackie Shave, Hilary Sturt, Alison Kelly, Michael De Saulies, Marshall Marcus, Raiph De Souza, Ian Humphries, Clare Thompson, Jeremy Williams, Phillppa Ibbotson, Katherine Shave, Anna Hemery, Harriet Davies, Richard Milone, Nicholas Ward, Martin Elliott
  • Vocalist: Sarah Leonard
  • Additional Piano For Game Software By: Kenji Eno
  • Copyist: Richard Sidwell
  • Translator To Mr.Nyman: Yoshimi Oho
  • Recording Studio At: Abby Road Studio, Air Studio, Cts Studio
  • M.A. Studio At: Tamco Studio, Take One Studio
  • Sound Mastering Studio At: Hitokuchizaka Studio, Harion Studio
  • Sound Mastering Engineer: Tatsumi Takagishi, Yoshihiko Ando
  • Voice Recording Studio At: Mit Studio
  • Voice Recording Engineer: Takashi Tachibana
  • His Assistants: Hideki Yamazaki, Wakako Nogawa
  • Re-Mix Movie Editing Studio At: Studio Brain
  • Editor: Keisuke Nakayama
  • Editing Technician: Yuki Shimada
  • Technical Support [email protected]: Kazuhiro Takase, Ken-Ei Unoki, Hiroaki Sano, Kenji Kawai


Made At Warp,Tokyo,Japan
Presented By Warp


Sega of America, Inc.
Source: US manualMedia:Enemyzero sat us manual.pdf[7]


Track list

Disc 1


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2. CD Warning Message (00:08)
Running time: 0:08

Disc 2


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2. CD Warning Message (00:08)
Running time: 0:08

Disc 3


1. [data track] ({{{time}}})


2. CD Warning Message (00:08)
Running time: 0:08

Disc 4


1. [data track] ({{{time}}})


2. CD Warning Message (00:08)
Running time: 0:08

Magazine articles

Main article: Enemy Zero/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

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SSM JP 19960510 1996-08.pdfSSM JP 19960510 1996-08.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #22: "1996-08 (1996-05-10, 24)" (1996-04-26)
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SSM JP 19960614 1996-09.pdfSSM JP 19960614 1996-09.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #23: "1996-09 (1996-06-14)" (1996-05-24)
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SSM JP 19960726 1996-12.pdfSSM JP 19960726 1996-12.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #26: "1996-12 (1996-07-26)" (1996-07-12)
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SSM JP 19960927 1996-16.pdfSSM JP 19960927 1996-16.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #30: "1996-16 (1996-09-27)" (1996-09-13)
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SSM JP 19961025 1996-18.pdfSSM JP 19961025 1996-18.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #32: "1996-18 (1996-10-25)" (1996-10-11)
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SSM JP 19961122 1996-20.pdfSSM JP 19961122 1996-20.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #34: "1996-20 (1996-11-22)" (1996-11-08)
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SSM JP 19961227 1996-22.pdfSSM JP 19961227 1996-22.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #36: "1996-22 (1996-12-27)" (1996-12-13)
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SSM JP 19970131 1997-02.pdfSSM JP 19970131 1997-02.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) #38: "1997-02 (1997-01-31)" (1997-01-17)
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EGM US 101.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) #101: "December 1997" (1997-xx-xx)
also published in:
  • Ultra Game Players (US) #104: "December 1997" (1997-xx-xx)[8]

Physical scans

Saturn version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
89 №71, p102/103
60 №52, p90
78 №418, p33
74 №63, p68/69
88
37 №1998-01, p109[9]
90
90 №53, p58-61[10]
74 №8, p78/79
88 №26, p60/61[2]
97 №1996-22, p272[11]
83 №, p10Media:SnGwSISDRZK Book JP.pdf[12]
Sega Saturn
79
Based on
12 reviews

Saturn, US
EnemyZero Saturn US Box Back.jpgEnemyZero Saturn US Box Front.jpg
Cover
Enemyzero sat us manual.pdf
Manual
Saturn, EU
EnemyZero Saturn EU Box.jpg
Cover
Saturn, JP
EnemyZero Saturn JP Box Back.jpgEnemyZero Saturn JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
EnemyZero Saturn JP Spinecard.jpg
Spinecard
EnemyZero Saturn JP Disc2.jpg
Disc 1
EnemyZero Saturn JP Disc3.jpg
Disc 2
EnemyZero Saturn JP Disc4.jpg
Disc 3
EnemyZero Saturn JP Disc.jpg
Disc 0
Saturn, JP (Satakore)
EnemyZero Saturn JP Box Back Satakore.jpgEnemyZero Saturn JP Box Front Satakore.jpg
Cover
EnemyZero Saturn JP Spinecard Satakore.jpg
Spinecard
EnemyZero Saturn JP Disc2 Satakore.jpg
Disc 1
EnemyZero Saturn JP Disc3 Satakore.jpg
Disc 2
EnemyZero Saturn JP Disc4 Satakore.jpg
Disc 3
EnemyZero Saturn JP Disc Satakore.jpg
Disc 0
Saturn, BR
EnemyZero Saturn BR Box Back.jpgNospine.pngEnemyZero Saturn BR Box Front.jpg
Cover
EnemyZeroSaturnBrManual.pdf
Manual

PC version

PC, US
EnemyZero PC US Box Back.jpgNospine.pngEnemyZero PC US Box Front.jpg
Cover
PC, JP
EnemyZero PC JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
PC, EU

PC, UK (Xplosiv)
EnemyZero PC UK Box Xplosiv.jpg
Cover
EnemyZero PC UK Disc1 Xplosiv.jpg
Disc 1
PC, DE (Hammer Preis)
EnemyZero PC DE Box Back HammerPreis.jpgNospine.pngEnemyZero PC DE Box Front HammerPreis.jpg
Cover
PC, TW
EnemyZero PC TW Box Back.jpgNospine.pngEnemyZero PC TW Box Front.jpg
Cover

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Saturn
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
330,547,728 CD-ROM(EU) MK81076-50 (Disc 0) V1.001
Sega Saturn
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
573,685,728 CD-ROM(EU) MK81076-50 (Disc 1) V1.001
Sega Saturn
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
655,504,752 CD-ROM(EU) MK81076-50 (Disc 2) V1.001
Sega Saturn
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
485,782,080 CD-ROM(EU) MK81076-50 (Disc 3) V1.001
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
313,225,248 1996-11-24 CD-ROM(JP) T-30001G (Disc 0) V1.000
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
581,656,656 1996-11-24 CD-ROM(JP) T-30001G (Disc 1) V1.000
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
654,869,712 1996-11-24 CD-ROM(JP) T-30001G (Disc 2) V1.000
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
472,467,408 1996-11-24 CD-ROM(JP) T-30001G (Disc 3) V1.000
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
330,216,096 1997-10-17 CD-ROM(JP) T-30004G (Disc 0) V1.000
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
581,666,064 1997-10-17 CD-ROM(JP) T-30004G (Disc 1) V1.000
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
654,361,680 1997-10-17 CD-ROM(JP) T-30004G (Disc 2) V1.000
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
472,476,816 1997-10-17 CD-ROM(JP) T-30004G (Disc 3) V1.000

External links

  • Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): PC

References