• Developer: SEGA Entertainment, Inc.
  • Genre: Shooter
  • Originally on: Sega Genesis (1990)
  • Also known as: ESWAT: City under Siege
  • Works on: PC, Windows
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  • User Rating: 7.0/10 - 2 votes
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Game Overview

To Serve & Protect...

You begin your mission as a rookie. As such, all you have is your standard police special and your street smarts but fortunately, the thugs aren't too smart and this is a good training ground for perfecting your talents. Take out the first Boss Helicopter above the city your promotion. The second level takes you into the Cyber Prison and you run into your first taste of cyborgs gone bad. This gets you your ice suit and into the nuclear plant. Here you can gain your new weapons like the multi shot, rocket launcher, pulse canon and the ultimate tool ol destruction, the flame thrower! To ronew your life there are life up, life max and 1-up blocks to give you progressively more energy. All of which will be needed in the later levels where you go up against the illegal armies of the E.Y.E. and the technological terror they've constructed!

People say:


I like E-Swat for what it is, a good straightforward action game with a wide array of weapons and enemies. No new territory is covered here, but the game is solid most of the way. Not like the arcade, but most fans will like it.


E-Swat is the first good attempt at an action shooter on the Genesis. While it comes off good in most respects, the game just didn't have enough punch to keep me going. Decent graphics, but a little short on play.


E-Swat isn't bad, but it isn't a very intense or spectacular game either. The graphics and music are adequate, but the game plays way too slow for me. Controlls are awkward and the power-ups lame.


Strap on your weapon, pin on your badge and go get 'em! Non-stop action as a futuristic law enforcer in a city gone berserk1 Great action including an evolving mobile suit and flight pack make things interesting. No Batman? Get this 1.

Manufacturer: Sega

Machine: Genesis

Theme: Action

Difficulty: Average

Number of Players: 1

When a Blade Runner-like city of the future is faced with crime that's out of control, who can they call? Normally that would be Robocop, but in this quasi-sequel to Sega's arcade game, the ESWAT police are on the case. After running through the first two levels as a regular cop and shooting down helicopters and 12 foot tall prison escapees with a standard issue pistol, the player is rewarded with a special armored suit and access to plasma cannons, rocket pack flight, missiles and rapid fire weapons.

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System Requirements

Processor: PC compatible, SystemP-200

OS: Win9xWindows 9x, Windows 2000 WinXPWindows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.

Game Features:ESWAT supports single modeSingle game mode

ESWAT Screenshots

Sega Genesis Screenshots


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