Today in Retro Gaming – The Hive (PS1)

Modern Zorker writes, "The mid-to-late 90s were a haven of awful games sold solely on their focus of filling CD-ROMs to the last byte with as many cutscenes as they could pack on top of the game data. This was the period where people who couldn’t make it in Hollywood came to the gaming side. “If nobody’s going to pay us to make movies,” went the mantra, “then by Thor, somebody’s going to pay us to make video games that look like movies!” And because life finds a way, they were right."

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