Full Motion Video (FMV)
DescriptionGames in which most of the game is presented as full motion video (FMV) or other forms of animations as well as live action. Many of these games are interactive movies where the player can from time to time choose a path to take with minimal or timed input. It also covers games where most of the game content is shown through full motion video. This art style refers to the gameplay content, not the cut-scenes.
- Art Style: Live action (genre)
- Art Style: Video backdrop (genre)
- Live action cut-scenes (game group)
The Grandpa of Zeet and Deedle is a great explorer, but he hasn't returned to the Moon from his latest...
This is an interactive movie straight from the IMAX movie "Speed". The film is about the never-ending quest that humans...
Devised by Motorola's Advanced Technology And Products (ATAP) division, this is an ongoing "theatre" presenting interactive 3D films playing through...
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In Synnergist the player takes the role of Tim Machin, an ambitious young journalist forced by cruel circumstances to work...
SEGA Saturn (1997)
Tenchi Muyou!: Touhou Muyou (天地無用! 登校無用) is an anime-like visual novel with constant video clips and CG events featuring full...
Originally released by TSR in 1994 as the first of a 4-part audio CD series, this horrific interactive audio drama...
Originally released by TSR in 1995 as the second of a 4-part audio CD series (though the last to be...
Thumbelina is an interactive telling of the story by Hans Christian Andersen. It features video fragments and stills from the...
Tim & Beer bij de Film is the fourth part in the Tim & Beer series. After having flown to...
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