Kabuki Quantum Fighter (NES)

My mom had a thing for buying five dollar NES games. It made sense to her, why buy Super Mario Bros. 3 or The Legend of Zelda for fifty dollars when she could buy ten five dollar games? That's how I came to know Kabuki Quantum Fighter.

The Intelligence community is as effective as ever.

Once again the lessons of WarGames could have saved the world.

To be or not to be.

I love my binary data raw.

Completely untested? That's not so good. I don't think their R&D department is on the ball.

Seriously, shouldn't someone know? No? Well hop right in Scott O'Conner, I'm sure it'll be fine.

Honestly I would have preferred Kevin Flynn. He has more experience.

Scott is trying not to think about how virtual sex was the original purpose for the device. No boners, no boners, no boners, stop!

What an awesome logo. Wait, what preparations? You haven't tested it and have no idea what's gonna happen. How do you prepare for the unknown?

Oh God I hope this works, because if it doesn't we're gonna have to get Rainbow Bright and Sailor Moon.

Here comes the lamest macguffin in history. And to make matters worse it's not like Tron or the Matrix at all.

Little did you know obscure art forms are actually expressed at the genetic level. I mean I have no idea what the fuck my great grandfather did, but the idea that his bullshit may somehow translate when I eventually have to be transferred into a computer to save the world terrifies me.

Hey! Wait a second? Who designed these weapons? Carrot Top? They're bullshit.

We're doomed.

And that's how the world was destroyed in 2056.

By: Brock | On: Sat, December 10th, 2011 - 02:01 PM