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Desc:A long-forgotten PlayStation game's contributions to history.
Category:Video Games, Arts
Tags:FMV, playstation, cutscenes, steel harbinger
Submitted:Kid Fenris
Date:05/27/13
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Comment count is 7
Chocolate Jesus - 2013-05-27
Every Playstation FMV cutscene was filmed on the same day on the same set.
candyheadrobot - 2013-05-27
Lost it at Canadian moonbase weapons.
Jim Quin - 2013-05-27
Creepy science dad is played by the same person who played creepy science dad on Power Rangers: Dino Thunder.
Caminante Nocturno - 2013-05-27
I miss FMV.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2013-05-28
I kind of do too.

There was something magical and gratifying, a sort of milestone, when an FMV played that was of vastly superior graphical quality than the in-game graphics were.

Now we've reached the point where in game graphics are good enough to render the use of FMVs pointless. Although, Square Enix still seems to have a fetish for using them that they just can't let go of.

Nominal - 2013-05-27
As silly as this seems, it was still a huge impressive leap above the 16 bit era.

Maybe I'm just old, but it seems each new generation is less impressive compared to the one before it. Now it's gotten to the point where WATCH TV is the most talked about new feature.
kingarthur - 2013-05-28
Dem metal eyebrows. Like a cyborg Eli Wallach.
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