Operation Wolf for Master System
Operation Wolf for the Sega Master System was developed and released in 1988, and is one of the first shooter games to have a storyline - and one realistic to a real special forces operation at that. Political control of Cherigo in Taito has been seized by the communist party and the ex-president and his embassy staff have been sent to a vicious concentration camp to be held captive and brutally tortured.
You take control of a Special Forces Soldier and you parachute straight into the heart of Cherigo to begin your rescue mission and release the hostages unscathed. There are six levels to the game each being a continuation from the last and is linked with story. Levels take place initially at the communications setup and see you progress through the jungle, onto the village and then through a powder magazine before reaching the concentration camp and finally the airport where you escape with the hostages.
In order to progress through the game you must shoot as many soldiers, tanks, boats, range rovers and helicopters as is required. Shoot them all up, throw grenades and knives as you unleash hell on the enemy in a fashion Rambo would be proud of. Power-ups are to be gained by shooting miscellaneous objects.