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, 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).
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