When video game developers began working with CD-ROMs in the early 90s, the
increased data storage gave rise to a slew of full motion video (FMV)
games. While the concept of interactive movies did present some novel
ideas, their repetitive nature, corny acting and lackluster visuals
prevented FMV games from standing the test of time. Join Ezekiel as he
looks back at this bizarre time in video game history.