It's an 8-bit parody game from Sega released solely on the Japanese WiiWare. The game itself is insanely derivative, but instead the point is focused entirely on comedy...and it's generally pretty funny, barring the annoying Japanese comedy routine done by the narrator.
n this case, the game itself acts as the boke, doing all manner of stupid things, while the narrator is the boke, loudly overreacting at how ridiculous everything is.
Surely you mean the game is the tsukkomi?
Pole notices a black hole, which then turns into a squiggly mark on the side of this guy's cheek? This seems like an in-joke, or some type of cultural reference that will go over the head to non-Japanese.
You'll face each of the bosses one by one, but before they can attack they get sucked into this swirly void....
In both cases it appears to be Sega's Dreamcast logo! Obviously a sentimental development team. ;D
Just to add for anyone curious, I personally loved the game, so it's great to see it covered. Easy, perhaps, and admittedly the gameplay is derivative, but it gave me more of a nostalgia rush than a dozen other nostalgia-themed games.
Slight note, I told a friend about the article and he asked if you were going to hide the jokes and encourage people to play it first. Since few will be able to I quite like this format, but I dunno if it's worth putting the games on a second HTML page?