In the early 80's through the mid-90s, Full-Motion Video was a novel concept in things like video games. The facet of using real video footage in games seemed like a way to truly enhance gaming experiences. Though, most game companies saw it as a way to reduce costs. This was very popular facet and some games were built entirely around this, like the 3DO or the Sega CD. Though this turned out to be only a fad. Still, some games turned out really good. These are not those games.


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