Gamer Herald writes: "IN 1983, Konami released an arcade game called Track and Field.
It introduced the world to button mashing, the technique in which you wallop two buttons alternatively until your fingers cramp.
Controllers have been smashed, hands become stricken with repetitive strain, and brains infuriated when they fail to coordinate fingers for world record times.
So it's comical that 25 years later, as we remember the title that introduced the most painful way to play games, we also review a brand new, HD-era video game that uses the same method of control.
And I love it."