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Title: Zero Tolerance
Rom Player: Gens
Reviewer: Randy Johnson

Synopsis: Zero Tolerance is my favorite Genesis game. It is a first person shooter like Doom. There are five characters you play as. When one character is killed, you play as another of the characters. When all five people die, the game is over.
I'm not sure exactly how many levels ZT has but I think it's 30-40. This is very impressive for a 16-bit game. I've seen 32 bit first person shooters with as few as twelve levels.
You can have several different weapons. I always use the shotgun.
Now let's talk about what sucked about this game. You move too slowly. As you try to turn to shoot enemies, they blast away at you. Also, only 30-40% of the screen is used. It would've been better if the entire screen were used like on Doom or Wolfenstein. Perhaps they couldn't use the entire screen because it was only 16 bit and had so many levels.
In my opinion, this is the best game made for the Sega Genesis. It's no Doom but it's still cool.

Best Cheats: Nothing Entered

Game Play: 4
Graphics: 7
Music/Sound: 5
Originality: 2
Overall Rating: 7


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