|Posted by Spin the Demon on June 28, 2011 at 7:30 PM|
This is a Series of Short Reviews/Over Views of Lesser Known Games, These Reviews and Based 100% off what we have played and Nothing else no info was read up on before or after writing this and is based on our opinion not to be viewed as fact. We are reviewing for free and fun to help support our retro gamer fans. Thank You Site Admin We at also would like to thank Sega LTD for the No Profit use of Screen Shots of the Game.
Fahrenheit on the Sega CD/32X: Ok this game isnt like the Best Sega CD 32X game out in the world of retro games but its a lesser known game that I think should get a little bit of credit. This game is one of the Rare Sega 32X games printed on Disc So not only do you need a Sega CD but also a 32X just to play this one but Sega Loves us so The Included a Sega CD version w/ the 32X just in case you didnt have the doomed add on.
Fahrenheit is a FMV Game that uses Full motion Video if you have never played a FMV game its Pretty Much a Memory Game based on interactive video. This is a much hated genra of the 1990's and Few FMV games come out these days and when they do they are made for DVD Players/ Blu-Ray Media Players and Not Game Systems like back in the day. (Dragon's Lair Set is now on Sale Printed on DVD!) If you dont have the 32X add this game will look like any other FMV game on the Sega CD but when the 32X is added it makes a world of change this is a great game for any gamers who think the 32X add on does nothing.
In This Game you play a Noob Fire Fighter on his/her first day on the job you have to search a burning house to make sure no people are trapped inside and fight the blazing fire. Funny Poor Voice Acting Make this Game a Blast With friends, and on your own if you are into lame D Horror Movies because this game for sure has that feel. This Gem May not get the cult classic demand of other 32X FMV games Such as "Night Trap" & "Corpse Killer" But I for one feel this game is just as good if not better at times. Made and Published By Sega & Sega Studios so unlike other DG FMV games the company really knew how to push the hardware.
Where this game falls short is where any FMV falls short after a while of playing the game burns it self into your memory and it is no longer fun adding no replay value until years past and you forget where to go and what to do. Also the Video is super bad for todays times and even Internet video from the late 1990's looks better and at times this makes it brutal on the eyes. For any fan of Sega CD or FMV games I would say this is a must have for any people just getting into them or that hate them I would start off with some of the others like Corpse Killer , Night Drap of Croy Haims Double Switch So for FMV Game Fans its a 4.5/5 Mush Have for people who Hate them its a 1.5/5 Stay away from.
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