If you grew up in the early 1990s, remember how mind-blowing it was when video games started first featuring live-action cutscenes featuring real actors? Well, behold all these cutscenes in their original pixelated glory from a 1993 Sega CD game called Ground Zero: Texas. One of the actors featured is a still-unknown Danny Trejo, who played the role of “Shotgun”. And, yes, because this game seems to love its stereotypes, they actually had Trejo recite the line: “Badges?! We don’t need no stinkin’ badges!”.