Accidental history—remastering the campy teen horror game US Congress famously hated

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  11 November 2017
Accidental history—remastering the campy teen horror game US Congress famously hated

Night Trap might not seem like a game that would be especially cumbersome to port to modern consoles. Among the first in the
oft-forgotten early-’90s trend of “FMV (full motion video) games,” the title was nothing more than a lightly interactive series of pre-recorded videos.
But after years of effort to get the project off the ground, months of coding and delays, and time spent navigating the grueling
certification process for modern console launches, independent game
designer Tyler Hogle was ready to be done in late summer 2017. Pressing
through exhaustion, Hogle's target release date was days away—but so was
the birth of his child. On top of it all, after a last-minute patch to
add extra language support, he noticed that he'd accidentally broken his
own game and needed a patch out. Fast.
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  11 November 2017
The best FMV + 3D games of all time - the Tex Murphy games - are getting a sequel with 2K resolution FMV:

  11 November 2017
tesla effect coming soon? this game has already been released... (and was financed via kickstarter) or are you talking about a new one?

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  11 November 2017
I must have gone to an older web article about the game.

It said the game was currently being funded and developed.

Great news that the game is already out.

I'll definitely play it when I have some time.
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