Matt Hazard has been for years one of the greatest videogame heroes, dominating the scene at the time of the shooting at 8 bits. Subsequently, however, its popularity has been badly exploited, going to get lost in the late 1990 after taking part in many games in three dimensions that also often had little to do with his reputation as a champion of justice, such as Hazzmat Kart or a non-violent shooter game based on the use of water pistols.
If you do not remember, in your history of gaming, the old Matt, do not worry: this is not a major flaw in your gaming culture, but simply the story behind the game was invented by developer Vicious Cycle as an excuse to parody the world video games.
Matt's career seems to be so now collapsed in 2009 when a manufacturer decides to once again give him a chance to create a game that saw him star again: in fact it is a trap, whose purpose is to permanently delete Hazard trapping in a game in which simultaneously addresses all his enemies in the past, without the ability to save your game during the adventure.
Fortunately, someone will speak about the code of the game allows you to save not only the game but also to cope as the various traps that programmers are no bridges in tents in various levels.