VOISEOVER: In a Citey wher thers Somuchcrimes , theDetetcive is onthe Case… DETETCIVE: Stop crimeing! VOISEOVER: But Oneproblam… Crimer!
VOISEOVER: Crimer is did Themost crimes. CRIMER: (writing in diary) Did Somuchcrimes… VOISEOVER: And hes get Hotbabes. CRIMER: Im am Hot
HOTBABE: Heye whats Yorname ? CRIMER: Names is Crimer .Ido crimes. HOTBABE: You is have Sexeymusles ! CRIMER: Heybabe thatsjus me… Crimer
DETETCIVE: We knowyu dide all them crimes.Youcant nowher to turn, Crimer! CRIMER: Im not did them crimes. (turns to camera) Im did all them
I spent a big chunk of my teens in the local arcades, feeding ten pence pieces into coin-ops. There was nothing retro or ironic about these games from Atari, Namco and Williams – they were our first, dizzying experience of electronic culture. The colourful fast-changing pixels, twitching speed and space-age 8-bit sounds sometimes came together with a playability that thrilled the first digital generation.