Lethal Enforcers © 1994 Konami Company, Limited.
This port of Lethal Enforcers is bundled with the Konami Justifier light gun which bears resemblance to the Konami issued revolvers seen in the original arcade game.
Like its Sega Genesis counterpart, this port does not feature the environmental interactivity elements (save for the tires of the cars in the car chase acts in The Bank Robbery and the Drug Dealer stages) that the Arcade version has.
This game is rated MA-17 (Mature Audiences Only) by Sega's Videogame Ratings Council.
Unlike the Super Nintendo port, the Sega CD port of Lethal Enforcers retains the violence elements (i.e. the blood splatter with the "Innocent Victim" text above a civilian following his or her accidental shooting), as well as maintaining the original stage titles.
Like its Sega Genesis counterpart, This port is known for penalizing players for either poor accuracy or by shooting innocent bystanders by forcing them to redo the stage that they either did not meet the required accuracy quota (i.e. setting the game on Easy difficulty requires 60% or more in accuracy) or shot a civilian.
Like the Genesis port, the Sega CD port of Lethal Enforcers features 2 modes which the player can select in the Options Screen. Arcade mode which has the player go through the main 5 stages in order, while Practice mode permits the game to be the Training Range.
Programmers: Y. Matsuhana, Moai Sasaki, M. Ueno, K. Hashimoto
Graphics: N. Takemoto, N. Sasaki
Sound Effects: Kazuki Muraoka, A. Fujio, K. Imai
Music Arrangement: Tappy Iwase
Guitar Player: Motoaki Furukawa (Konami Kukeiha Club)
Justifier Designers: M. Okada, T. Ohishi
Package Designers: Yoshihashi
Directors: Sasaki, Ueno
Producer: Tomikazu Hirita