READ BEFORE USING YOUR SEGA VIDEO CAME SYSTEM
A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures when
exposed to certain light patterns or flashing lights, Exposure to certain patterns or
backgrounds on a television screen or while playing video games may induce an
epileptic seizure in these individuals. Certain conditions may induce undetected
epileptic symptoms even in persons, who have no history of prior seizures or epilepsy.
If you, or anyone in your family, has an epileptic condition, consult your physician
prior to playing, If you experience any of the following symptoms while playing a
video game — dizziness, altered vision, eye or muscle I witches, disorientation, loss of
awareness, any involuntary movement or convulsions — IMMEDIATELY discontinue
use and consult your physician Ejeforp resuming play.
PROJECTION TELEVISION WARNING
Still pictures or images may cause permanent picture-tube damage or mark the
phosphor of the CRT, Avoid repeated or extended use of video games on large-
screen projection televisions.
SEGA CD VIDEO GAME USE
This CD-ROM can only be used with the Sega CD system. Do not attempt to play (his
C D- ROM on any other C D pi a yer; doi ng so may da mage the headphones and speakers,
Tli is game is licensed by Sega for home play on the Sega CD system only, Unauthorized
copying, reproduction, rental, public performance or broadcast of this game is a
violation of applicable laws.
The characters and events portrayed In this game are purely fictional. Any similarity
toother persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
ABOUT AUDIO CONNECTORS — ORIGINAL SEGA CD MODEL
□ If your Audio connection is made from, the Sega CD to your television, must
use the Mixing Cable to connect the Headphone output jack on the front of the
Genesis to the Mixing input jack on the rear of (he Sega CD,
□ If your Audio connection is made from (he Genesis to the television l using cither
the RF cable or a Video Monitor cable), do not use the Mixing Cable,
(his product has been rated by the Entertainment Software Rating board. For infer*
mat ion about (lie ESRR rating, or (0 comment about the appropriateness of the rating,
please contact the ESRR at 1-81)0-771-3772.
FOR GAME PLAY HELP, CALL
VISIT THE SEGA WEB FOR MORE INFORMATION AT
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Who's in Control?... 3
Who's Who?,... S
Directional Controls.. 7
SEGA GAMEPLAY HGTLIME
1, Set up your Sega CD and Sega Genesis™ systems and plug in
control pad 1.
2, Torn on your TV or monitor, and then turn on your Genesis,
The Sega CD logo should appear.
NOTE: if nothing appears on screen, turn the system OFF,
make sure it is set up correctly, and then turn it ON again,
3, Open the disc tray or CD door Place the game disc into the
disc tray, label side up, Close the tray or CD door.
4, If the Sega CD logo is on screen, press START to begin the
game. If the control panel is on screen, move the cursor to
the CD-ROM button and press BUTTON A, B or Cto begin.
NOTE: If the disc is already in the Sega CD when you turn it
on, the game will begin automatically after a few moments.
5, Press START to display the Start screen.
WHO'S REALLY IN CONTROL
D’PAD In any direction.
LEFT, STRAIGHT or RIGHT
At one time, there was nothing special about Ned
Hubbard . He was a mild-mannered history teacher,
an avid stamp collector, and a birdwatcher. He was
also the husband of the town librarian, Sally and
the proud father of Lisa and Max. Now, there is no
such thing as a normal day for Ned Hubbard*
Since the accident, Ned has been wired a little dif¬
ferently. Now, with a tiny computer chip in his
brain, he's at the mercy of anyone holding his con¬
troller. [And Dr. Slitcon, the evil biotech engineer is
after it.] But that's nothing compared to what hap¬
pens when the controller falls into the hands of his
Ned is a 20 something year old history profes¬
sor at a local high school. He r s got a lot of great
ideas just waiting to see the light of day The
only problem is, he's afraid of his own shadow.
Someday, hell build up enough courage to tell
EVERYONE just where they can go.
Dr Oja specializes in Biotechnology and neu¬
rosurgery. Unfortunately everyone
around him wants to turn a profit from his
Dr, Slitcon is an International Biotech engi¬
neer with only one thing on his mind--
POWER. He won't let anyone or anything
stand in his way.
Laura's a cub reporter going after her
first big story. She really cares about
Wirehead and works with the Player
and iviax to save him.
RIP is a "freelance operative"' who has no
scruples and even less allegiance to his coun¬
try. Hell work for the highest bidder, no
matter what rock they crawi out from under
He's fast, clever and good at disguises.
Sticks is a mercenary and RIP'S
Heels is DROP DEAD GORGEOUS. She's also a
bounty hunter hired by Dr, Slitcon to find
Wirehead. She's armed and dangerous from
head to toe.
Every time these arrows appear,
you must make a selection!
If you make an incorrect choice,
the arrow will appear darkened
Vehicle Selection Cues
Use D-Pad to choose a vehicle
FIglit Control Cues
Help Ned get out of a heap of
trouble by selecting either
LIVES AND CONTINUES
You have 3 batteries (continues) and 3 charges per battery
(lives). Each of these boxes represents one life. Watch the
data readout, When your battery runs out you become a
more than one
way out of a
...And the wrong
choice could cost
you your life....
Dr 51 iicon
Paige He user
David Jacox Jr.
Jim Dunn, Michael Langlois
Elalna Gavbli, Meliissa Stubbs
Michael Mitchell, Colin Hosu
Dawn Stoffer, Fred Perron
Cotton Mather, Alex Green
Kim Sheppard, Tony McRelli
Kirk Jarret, Danny Virtue
Unit Prod. Mgr.
James Goff Martin
Dirs. of Photography
1st Asst Director
2nd Asst Director
Best Boy Grip
Music Composed by
Asst Location Mgr
Special Effects Coord.
Special Effects Asst.
Make up Artist
Third Asst Director
Trainee Asst Dir.
First Aid/Craft Serv.
Picture Car Coord.
Del ina Sheppard
Hayley E. Wilson
Sega Asst Producers
Koda the Bear
Mark Kirk by
Elliot Simon Gay
Greg Beck stead
Sega Of America
Hillary Clayson Loeb
Pacific Video Resources
Pacific Video Canada
Gastown Post & Transfer
Airwaves Sound Design
Northwest Imaging & FX
Creative Animal Talent
Sega of America, Inc. warrants to the original consumer purchaser that the Sega CD
compart disc shall liefree from defects in material and workmanship fora period of
■90 days from lhe dale of purchase. If a defect covered by Shis I smiled! warranty occurs
during this 9D-day warranty period, Sega will repair or replace the defective compact
disc at its option, free of charge. This limited warranty docs not apply if (he defects have
been caused by negligence, accident, unreasonable use, modification, tampering or
any other causes nol related to defective materials or workmanship.
To receive U-S. warranty service, call the Sega Consumer Service Department at:
To receive Canadian warranty service, call the Sega Canadian Consumer Service
Departmeni at; 1-800-A7 2-7 34 2
DO NOT RETURN YOUR SEGA CD COMPACT DISC TO YOUR RETAIL SELLER.
Return the compact disc to Sega Consumer Service. Please call firsl for furl her
information. If ihe Sega technician is unable to solve the problem Try phone, he or she
will provide you with insi ructions on returning your defective disc to Sega. The cost of
returning ih^ disc 1 to Sega r s Service Center shall be paid by the purchaser.
REPAIRS AFTER EXPIRATION OF WARRANTY
if your Sega CD compact disc requires repairs after termination of the 90-day limited
warranty period, you may eontact the Sega Consumer Service Department at Jhf>
number lisied above. If the lechnieian is unable lo solve the problem by phone, he or
she will advise you oftheesli mated cost of repair. If you elect to have the reps i r done,
you will need io return ihc defective merchandise, freight prepaid and insured against
loss or damage, to Sugars Service Center with an enclosed check or money order
payable to Sega of America, Inc,, for (he amount of the cost estimate provided to you
by the technician. If, after inspection, it is determined that your compact disc cannot
be repaired, it will be returned to you and your payment will be refunded.
LIMITATIONS ON WARRANTY
Any applicable implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and filness
for a particular purpose, are hereby limited to 90 days from Lbe date of purchase and
are subject to the conditions set forth herein. In no event shall Sega of America, Inc.,
be liable for consequential or incidental damages resulting from the breach of any
expresses implied warranties.
T hie p rov is i ons of this limited wa rrani y a re va fief in the U nlird Slates only, Some sla tes
do not allow Umilaliuns on how lonj- am implied warranty lasts, or exclusion of
conscqucnlial or incidental damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not
apply lo you. This warranty provides you with specific legal rights. You may have
oilier rights which vary from state to slate,
HANDLING YOUR COMPACT DISC
J T he Sega CD com pact disc is in tended for use excl usi vely on the Sega C D system „
□ Avoid bending (he disc. Do not touch, smudge or scraldi its surface.
_l Do not leave the disc in direct sunlight or near a radiator or other source of heal.
□ Always store the disc in its protective case.
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they won't be
for long if you don't rescue them!
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from Company 13 into the blaze,
you've got to find the victims
trapped inside and make
it out alive!
Thick with smoke, and nearly
1,000 degrees near the ceiling,
there's danger around every
turn! Open the wrong door and
To find the victims:, you've got to make lightning fast
decisions, overcome hazards, chainsaw through doors, and
explore secret passageways—
all before your oxygen runs outL
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engulfed in flames, a blazing hotel
with 112 rooms, and a huge university
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