This is an adventure game in which players assume the role of a survivor on an aquatic alien planet.
It was difficult to seperate the sales pitch from the review and CD-i was no exception. As even the exclusive CDi Magazine published in the UK and to a limited extent in the states only existed because of Philips funding.
Reviews were vetted and press releases moulded in to frenzied announcements.
However, amongst the chaff was a single voice. Opinionated, colourful yet whole heartedly independent, that voice was Chris Adamson. He chronicled many CD-i releases, mostly games but also on occassion the odd reference or aerobics title! With the blessing of Chris, we Zelda project recreate all his reviews and pretty them up for your viewing consumption, starting with one we can all agree as the greatest game on CD-i, The Apprentice.
We've managed to uncover lost concept artwork, a tech demo and even discovered that it wasn't just PixelHazard involved in the games supposed development. In further news we have also tidied up the Links and Movies section for your viewing pleasure.
It should look much better on netbooks now! To which we sigh and then go to great lengths to describe what a CD-i player is and how it came before DVD so you'll have to settle with the VideoCD tech that an upgraded CD-i player offered.
However it appears we were wrong to assume CD-i was only capable of playing VideoCD, at least theoretically! Whilst rummaging around our store of newspapers we found an article about the beginnings of DVD tech and how, as an early demonstration, dual-layer DVD technology was first incorporated in to a Philips CD-i player.
Read on through these clippings for the full scope Perhaps its hardly surprising since Philips CD-i has been adpated to all sorts of uses including touch screen kiosks, adapted as an early example of video on demand probably another first!
Although is has to be said that a dual-layer DVD Philips CD-i player is probably the pinnacle of this technology that we would love to get our grubby mits on! Just google 'I Love Bees' and you'll discover the viral marketing campaign for Halo 2 as an example. However, unknown to even the Black Moon crew, Burn: Cycle received similar treatment as stated in this newspaper article We would have loved to resurrect this site for you like we did with the Ram Raid homepage, but even the mighty internet archive came too late to save this piece of video game history.
That is unless some wizard who worked at Philips has saved the content, we live in hope! I know everything about this game and also that it doesn't bloody work in any emulator to date.
Well, finally thanks to CD-i Fan the hordes of Sol Cutter worshippers can see a glimmer of hope with news that CD-i Emulator is showing signs of life when playing this game. It's reported the game plays just shy of 5 minutes before faltering, fingers crossed this number can be improved for the 'Green Stamp' of full support!
In further news on the emulation front, the CD-i Emulator website has been updated with pretty pictures of the Digital Video Cartridge in various guises.
Although be careful if your viewing these pictures in a place of work as they do contain bare circuit boards. A very fine selection of robot porn I might add, which can be found under the hardware section. If that hasn't titilated you enough, then Bas has posted some more on interactive Dreams trying to define what it is to be CD-i, is it 16 bit or 32 bit?
The mystery of CD-i continues! Well actually it was the 'collectors corner' where some Joe Smoe was showing off his original copy of the game like it's some fantastically rare item. Which incidentally, it's not, just over-priced and under-rated! Yet they still manage to put a shoe into CD-i with the classic line, 'it did have a few good games but nothing compared to the [insert console here].
Then again maybe a decent article in the 'Retro-Chic' of gaming publications is too much to ask for? No, it's Zelda games, that Mario prototype and the plumber in a Hotel! So I've pulled it out of the techno babble posted on the Emuversal forums under the CD-i WIP thread, which, if you can make sense of it, your a better reader than me!Watch Zelda Mix SFM HMV on srmvision.com, the best hardcore porn site.
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