This is mostly a flavor review. So if that's not your deal, nothing for you here.
Ok fine, a little for you. Don't play Door To Door. It is a bad card.
Alright, gameplay over, now time to talk about why this card is my very favorite Weyland card as far as story goes. I think it gets to the core, the very heart, of what the corp is about.
Escalation is the corps at their truest. It is what they are doing when they have lost absolutely all semblance of self control, and are just expressing their core selves all over the innocent. It gets so bad that the next data pack is Intervention, followed by Martial Law. Even the Netrunner-verse Federal Government is appalled at their excesses, and gets off its rear end to reign them in. This pack is the hinge of the story, the turning point. This is where the corp crosses the line.
For Weyland, that looks like this. Bloody hallways and no actionable intel.
So, the picture of the card and the name combine together to give you a pretty clear idea of what is going on. Weyland has sent Prisec into civilian residences to kill their way to a solution. It is utterly despicable, eminently low tech, and entirely ineffective. In other words, it is Weyland.
Picture the situation that led up to this. Weyland got robbed. Someone (Omar Keung: Conspiracy Theorist ) figured out the weakness (Corroder ) in their invincible ice and stole everything. Now they are trying to fix this.
And their answer to the world's greatest hack is to hand a gun to some guy, and tell him to go out there and shoot people until someone tells them where the runner is. If they learn that, they should call the tag in, then go to that place and keep shooting people, hoping to wing the runner.
THIS IS A CURRENT. Weyland will run this plan forever. There is never a point at which, left to their own devices, they will think "hmm, that's enough gun murder". Unless something stops them Weyland will send goons into apartment buildings until they run out of goons or buildings.