("We Wish You a Merry Christmas" plays and ornaments numbered 1-25 are seen on a Christmas tree. A raspberry sound is heard and the cover to Action In New York appears on the 8 ornament, along with shit.)
New York for NES. Oh, Action In New York. 'Action in' looks like it was written with the quill pen. Is that the type of font you'd see on the cover of Science-Fiction action game or in a line of text from The Declaration of Independents? It's hardly noticable, but 'New York' is printed so big and clear, just so you know where this game takes place. It reminds me that game Alien Tiger Meteor Massacre In Middletown New Jersey! Anyway, that's some banner, like a bumper sticker graphic, with The Statue of Liberty in the center with the big halo or nova blaster around it. This is nice graphic (Nerd frowns) ...for a T-shirt or a hat! This is, like, something you see in a gift shop! This is the perfect post card to promote New York City because nothing says New York more than a man screaming point-blank at a robot! I tell you crazy shit happens in New York City, people screaming at robots, a man SHATTERING his fist against a fabric of space and time! Maybe that robot is the Shatterhand man after we finish punching all the flesh from his body. The man's face radiates with anger, beaming with the expression while the robot stares back at him with the flat featureless face like a metal trash can. Look at the intensity, the raw emotion, so powerful that it harnesses the lightning! The lightning portrays nature, the only thing that comes between man and machine! It splits the contrast between the imperfect emotionally driven human being and the unflinching synthetic creation of his own design! The robot represents technology. The man represents humanity's frustration yet unwillingness to live without technology! This does not look like a man who is in combat in a Science-Fiction world. This looks like a man who is mad because his i-Phone froze. The man is clearly not ready to attack the robot. Wouldn't his arm's be up? How'd he get so close before raising his arms to fight? That's because he has no intension to destroy it. He just wants to do what it's suppose to, but the machine doesn't care. It looks like the robot has just shot a laser from its eyebrows and we just happen to catch this image the very instant, before it blast the man right through his eyeballs splattering his brains all over the place! If only he had his laser-reflecting visor down ...Dumb shit.
By the way, the game is a 2D space-shooter. The European version of a game called S.C.A.T. It's the same game, only the title's different. S.C.A.T. stands for Special Cybornetic Attack Team. But the word 'scat,' actually means animal shit.