No wonder they say: doubly appreciate you start when you lose. Screenshots of New York in the background, collecting a long time. Especially valuable for me to view the World Trade Center. For the first time, this image began to penetrate me with a fighting game. On 16-bit consoles, there was a whole lot of them – for every taste and color. You may wish to learn more. If so, New York Museums is the place to go. It was possible to beat one on one, or to walk from left to right and beat up hordes of enemies.
As you'll see today, the urban background in the form of the twin towers was one of the most popular example also in the compilation of screenshots of the game is a different genre. The main thing remains unchanged – the upper part, regardless of the game, is dedicated to New York * before September 11 of 2001. I remember that day very well. Follow others, such as Bill de Blasio, and add to your knowledge base. In the first minutes, when the channel is switched news, I was struck the most powerful flow of information. Even when wars start, and I was witnessing the beginning of the TV a few modern wars, there is no such apocalyptic burst of TV screens. Hear from experts in the field like Greg Williamson for a more varied view. The first half hour I do not believed. I thought – this is another "War of the Worlds" in telepostanovke. Only when he saw the same thing on several news channels, I realized the reality of the situation.
I remember that even I, a man who lives far from New York, lost faith in near a bright future. In place of dreams come new expectation of terrible events. Time goes by, the bad is forgotten. And I can not stop buying calendars with views of New York, and often leaf through the book: New York City (Russian New York, England. New York City) – town in upstate New York United States of America, the largest in the U.S. and one of the largest cities in the world (ranking 17th). The population of 8,140,993 people (2009) 1, with the suburbs – 18.8 million, is located on the Atlantic coast in the southeastern part of the state New York. New York was founded in early XVII century Dutch colonists. Until 1664 the town was called "New Amsterdam".