The game Mad Dog McCree was the first live-action full-motion video (FMV) laserdisc video game released by American Laser Games, originally appeared as an arcade game in 1990. My first encounter of this game was actually on the good ‘ol Sega CD (then I got to try it in the arcade), and I recall that this game took place in the wild west where your goal was, as “the stranger,” to hunt down the criminal Mad Dog McCree. Recently, game company Digital Leisure (who put the classic Dragon’s Lair on over SIXTY DIFFERENT CONSOLES) listed Mad Dog McCree as coming later this month to the PSN, and PEGI (the Pan European Game Information board) had just rated the game for the PlayStation 3, and will become available on the BOTH the North American & European PSN.
For the last several years, the first-person shooter (FPS) has been a dominant genre in the video games market. Whereas some developers and publishers seek to cash in on the craze with an inferior product (*cough*Hour of Victory*cough*Haze*cough*America’s Army*cough*, some series such as Call of Duty (CoD), Killzone, Battlefield, Halo, Medal of Honor (MoH), and few others that I refer to as the “usual suspects,” … Continue reading My Impressions: "Bodycount" (Demo – Xbox 360)