Burn:Cycle was hyped as being something revolutionary and I suppose that was true if by "revolutionary" they meant an underwhelming arcade shooter with long FMV video sequences with badly pre-rendered backgrounds.
TinManic say what you will about these games they were probably a tonne of fun to make.
Mike Tyson?! This is the one game my friend had on his CD-i and we couldn't even figure out the first puzzle. It was a 3 second screen with symbols flashing that you had to shoot in order or who know's what. Fuck that game, fuck the CD-i.
klingerbgoode yes. when it was released, i rented a cd-i for a weekend and this was the only game i rented with it. couldn't get out of the first room without dying.
Big Beef Burritos Supreme I completed the thing. It remember it being confusing in places, but at the time impressive for a game.
Although in reality not exactly innovative.
Rudy I love that "information is the new currency" bit.
"Let's see, one double latte... that will be two pieces of information, please!"
"My cat turned six years old on July 16th and the largest city in Rwanda is Kigali."