Oh, look--another 'X'. This time, it's for a light gun game starring every teen's favorite power balladiers, Aerosmith. You're off to see them at Club X (good Lord), when suddenly the New Order Nation kidnaps the band and effectively bans all youth culture. That's right, your Ninja Turtles cartoons and skateboards are no longer kosher, and you're the only one capable of stopping them with your laserdisc-fueled onslaught. Yes, that's right. You fire laserdiscs at your enemies, which, honestly, is about all they're good for anyways, even by '90s standards.
Revolution X contains what is likely my favorite moment in all of video games. Near the end of the first stage, you discover a video message from none other than Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler, who tells you to stop NON's evil plot. He then throws you the keys to his car through the television set, and your digitized hand rises up to catch them in mid-air. It's so bad--and yes, I'm using both meanings of the word here.