To continue 2012’s massive FMV resurgence that I can’t believe I didn’t completely make up, today Intel released Discovered, which is a Kinect game in which famous celebrities teach you how to dance, kick, pose for pictures, and stare wistfully off into the distance like you have any thought in your head other than “earlier this year I was in The Avengers, and today I’m in the next-gen version of f***ing Make My Video.”
It’s free and it has cheevos. You know what to do.
Update: I tried to tell you guys this game would be awesome; I really did. Here’s proof that it is, from my own playthrough:
(That’s me, starring in the new hit movie Secret Intel with my best friend Chris Evans.)
(And that’s the magazine spread they did on my rise to fame.)
He was probably walking by and they just bumped into him and ask him to do a couple of quick videos and paid him.
Now that we’ve brought back FMVs, we just need to get rid of Kinect entirely and we’ll usher in a golden age.
Amen to that!
Nooo! Leave the poor Kinect alone! LET ME PLAY MY FMV DEMON BASEBALL COWBOY PUPPET HAUNTED HOUSE GAMES, DAMMIT!