>> Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Again it's time for the new poll after choosing the best interactive cartoon on CD-i. Not surprisingly, Brain Dead 13 took the first line and I totally agree this is the best interactive cartoon of all on CD-i. They don't create games like that anymore! And, that also counts for this week's poll:We welcome you to vote for the best FMV Shooter on CD-i. You can vote for 1 or more favourites! Every week we'll spawn a new poll in the left column of this blog: Be quick as the vote limit is only seven days! After the closing day we'll post the results in each catagory post and in the end of December 2007 we'll be back with the final decision to mark "The Best CD-i Game of 2007". I hope you'll all have fun and enjoy CD-i as much as we do! Read on for this weeks nominees:
Starting Date: November 28 End Date: December 5
This week we'll continue with all FMV Shooters released on CD-i. So that's Full Motion Video shooting games, games consisting purely of live video footage, straight from the arcades. The nominees for "Best Game" are:
"Be the ultimate crime fighter in this multi-level live action thriller! Streetfight gangs and armed robbers as a rookie. Undercover you'll hit mobsters and drug dealers. SWAT bank robbers and bikers. Make it to the top in Delta Force and take on international terrorists."
Drug Wars - Crime Patrol 2
If it's war you want, it's war you're going to get! Targetting the Drug King Lopez and his entire drug distribution chain is truly an international war. Drug Wars is a multi-level action thriller that will take you through it all. From small town traffickers to big city cartels. You'll fight international drug runners on the border. And, if your shooting skills are good enough, you'll be assigned to South America to destroy the source and capture Lopez.
Last Bounty Hunter, The
So you're the new bounty hunter the whole town's been buzzin' about. You're going to take on these four vicious outlaws and their gangs, huh? Well, stranger. You got that look in your eyes that says you ain't afraid of nothing. That's good, because there's plenty to be afraid of with these four villains.
Mad Dog McCree
There's trouble in old Tucson. Mad Dog McCree and his gang have kidnapped the mayor's daughter and locked up the sheriff. Blaze your way into town, and blast the desperadoes in a classic live action shooting game that takes you right into the streets of the Old West.
Mad Dog McCree 2 - The Lost Gold
Step back into the Old West in this action-packed adventure that pits you against the meanest desperadoes ever to ride that range. Mad Dog's back! And only you can stop him. Choose one of three guides and fight your way through a variety of trails in your quest to find the Lost Gold and return it to the Old Mission where you'll face the longest interactive gun battle ever filmed. Only the fastest guns get to face down Mad Dog McCree and rid the West of the scourge of the territory!
Who Shot Johnny Rock?
Travel back to the thirties in this action-packed gangster whodunit to find out who killed the popular singer star Johnny Rock! You'll need your wits sharp and your gun drawn as you navigate the dark streets of this city looking for clues to help you solve the case. There's danger around every corner and dangerous characters who'd like nothing better than to see you in the morgue!
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