This is a Titenic ripoff! It's an unlicensed copy of an unlicensed game -- even the music is exactly the same. Is there no honor among pirates? I'm too disgusted to continue, let's move on to the next one.
Gulf War Games ... from Both Sides (NES/Mega Drive)
If you were a kid in the early 1990s, you might have been a little too preoccupied determining which one is the best Ninja Turtle or marveling at the universal fact that Michael Jackson can do no wrong to even notice that there was a little war going on in Iraq. Unless, that is, you happened to own Operation Secret Storm -- an action game designed to fill you in on all the relevant details of the Gulf War conflict through your Nintendo. The game stars a brave American operative identified only as "George B.," although I think we can all guess who that's supposed to be.
Looking good for 95, Mr. Burns.
George is sent to Iraq as a one-man invasion force to "save oil refineries in the Gulf," which you accomplish primarily by beating the crap out of every vaguely Arab-looking person that comes into your path. Your enemies range from dudes with Freddie Mercury mustaches to straight-up 1,001 Nights stereotypes -- as in, you'll literally bump into people with turbans flying on magic carpets in this game.
Aka the main reason the U.S. had to bring surface-to-air missiles to the Gulf.
As he makes his way across the country, George will visit many exotic locales, from oil refineries to Iraq's famous pyramids. He'll even locate those elusive chemical WMDs and kick them in the face. Because they have faces, because they are fire demons.
"I'm just shy, is all."