From Sega Retro

System(s): Sega 32X
Developer: Sega Midwest Studio
Genre: Action
Number of players: 1

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Aftershock is an undeveloped Sega 32X isometric action game pitched by Sega Midwest Studio.


Los Angeles, circa 2020. Only a small group of nations have survived the severe economic collapse following the oil wars of the 1990s. Metropolitan areas have dissolved into chaos as people fight for food, clothing, and shelter. However, thanks to the efforts of Dr. Alexia Merritt and her biosphere, the city of LA is safe — or is it? A group of violent gangs led by Detective Charlie Hopper is still running rampant, so Dr. Meritt’s group unleashes the Lethal Assault and Strategic Termination Squad (or “LAST”) to combat them.

LAST is triumphant, and dozens of gang members — Hopper included — are locked up deep underground. Los Angeles is finally at peace — or IS it? A series of earthquakes creates a breach in the dome, causing most of the population to undergo a series of horrible mutations. A mutant Charlie Hopper has come back with a vengeance, and he’s leading his band of misfits to Dr. Meritt’s headquarters. Once again, it’s up to LAST to save the day.[1]


Aftershock was intended to be an isometric action game which would directly complete with titles like Battletech and Electronic ArtsStrike trilogy

Production credits

Rox episode #70[2]


Development material

Magazine articles

Main article: Aftershock/Magazine articles.

External links