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FMV returns to PS4/Xbox one in 5 days!!
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I know a lot hate these games but for me it brings me back to my youth. I LOVE these games and cant wait to play this one.

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I don't get it

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If you're talking about games from your youth perhaps do us a favour and do more than post 3 random letters? So that we know what you're talking about.
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Yeah I have no idea what FMV is.
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(2017-04-20, 12:16 PM)The lewis94 Wrote: Yeah I have no idea what FMV is.

I think it's full motion video.
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What is that?
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Is it like a choose your own adventure game with live action actors?
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I searched it and got this:

"A full motion video (FMV) is a video game narration technique that relies upon pre-recorded video files (rather than sprites, vectors, or 3D models) to display action in the game."

I don't understand.
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(2017-04-20, 08:29 PM)TheNumber13 Wrote: I searched it and got this:

"A full motion video (FMV) is a video game narration technique that relies upon pre-recorded video files (rather than sprites, vectors, or 3D models) to display action in the game."

I don't understand.

Have you guys never played night trap, psychic detective, mad dog mcree, prize fighter.

I may be showing my age but fmv stands for full motion video and it was huge for games on the sega cd and 3do in the mid 90s. The xfiles on ps1 was also fmv and was a big hit. Finally they are bringing thos type of game back
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Weird, I don't remember these types of games at all. So it's like a movie but then at certain parts an option will pop up on the screen and you have to choose which option you want? This is considered a game?
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Sounds baf.
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I remember a game back in the 80s at the arcade like this...can't recall exactly the name...but it was an animated game, like knights quest, or dungeons and dragons sort of thing.

Thought it was kinda cool then...by the time it got to the home system's, didn't much care for it. Not really interested in it now either. Games and graphics are so good as they are now, don't need to play live video.
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This is the route I always figured porn would end up going.
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(2017-04-21, 12:58 PM)Chris D Wrote: I remember a game back in the 80s at the arcade like this...can't recall exactly the name...but it was an animated game, like knights quest, or dungeons and dragons sort of thing.

Thought it was kinda cool then...by the time it got to the home system's, didn't much care for it.  Not really interested in it now either.   Games and graphics are so good as they are now, don't need to play live video.

That would be ex Disney Animator Don Bluth's, Dragon's Lair.  He shot the footage on 35mm and transferred it to Laserdisc for the arcades.  It was ground breaking for its time but you were essentially watching a cartoon and waiting for a signal to move your joystick in a certain direction or press button A or B.  If you didn't react quick enough you died.  Gets old fast.
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Yep...that exactly the one I was thinking of Happy
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(2017-04-20, 11:06 PM)Sportking Wrote:
(2017-04-20, 08:29 PM)TheNumber13 Wrote: I searched it and got this:

"A full motion video (FMV) is a video game narration technique that relies upon pre-recorded video files (rather than sprites, vectors, or 3D models) to display action in the game."

I don't understand.

Have you guys never played night trap, psychic detective, mad dog mcree, prize fighter.

I may be showing my age but fmv stands for full motion video and it was huge for games on the sega cd and 3do in the mid 90s. The xfiles on ps1 was also fmv and was a big hit. Finally they are bringing thos type of game back

SegaCD and 3DO? You were the rich kid weren't you, or you had a rich kid for a friend?

I think the Telltale Games have been keeping the format going Recently (albeit partnering with Trendy entities with huge fan bases) in animated form with Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Batman.

What I'm waiting for is the home version of Time Traveler the early 90s holographic FMV arcade game.
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(2017-04-22, 09:14 AM)GearedUp Wrote:
(2017-04-20, 11:06 PM)Sportking Wrote:
(2017-04-20, 08:29 PM)TheNumber13 Wrote: I searched it and got this:

"A full motion video (FMV) is a video game narration technique that relies upon pre-recorded video files (rather than sprites, vectors, or 3D models) to display action in the game."

I don't understand.

Have you guys never played night trap, psychic detective, mad dog mcree, prize fighter.

I may be showing my age but fmv stands for full motion video and it was huge for games on the sega cd and 3do in the mid 90s. The xfiles on ps1 was also fmv and was a big hit. Finally they are bringing thos type of game back

SegaCD and 3DO? You were the rich kid weren't you, or you had a rich kid for a friend?

I think the Telltale Games have been keeping the format going Recently (albeit partnering with Trendy entities with huge fan bases) in animated form with Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Batman.

What I'm waiting for is the home version of Time Traveler the early 90s holographic FMV arcade game.
LOL I never owned the insanely priced 3DO but I did rent one from time to time and so did my friends. 

I was the only one of my friends to own a sega cd so yes I was kind of spoiled with that.....although it turned into a dud of a system. I also found a way to get my hands on a dreamcast and a PS1 before I was required to buy my own consoles lol.
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(2017-04-21, 02:37 PM)Seamus Wrote:
(2017-04-21, 12:58 PM)Chris D Wrote: I remember a game back in the 80s at the arcade like this...can't recall exactly the name...but it was an animated game, like knights quest, or dungeons and dragons sort of thing.

Thought it was kinda cool then...by the time it got to the home system's, didn't much care for it.  Not really interested in it now either.   Games and graphics are so good as they are now, don't need to play live video.

That would be ex Disney Animator Don Bluth's, Dragon's Lair.  He shot the footage on 35mm and transferred it to Laserdisc for the arcades.  It was ground breaking for its time but you were essentially watching a cartoon and waiting for a signal to move your joystick in a certain direction or press button A or B.  If you didn't react quick enough you died.  Gets old fast.

Not much different from quick time events in modern day gaming really.
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