The Spoony Experiment – FMV Hell: Johnny Mnemonic (PC) Review (Reupload)



Originally uploaded 11/30/07

Take a tour of the FMV games I grew up playing and learn how they scarred my existence! There’s more to come, and we’re leading up to a full-length review of one of the oddest FMV games ever made! Now we tackle the most dreaded of the FMV titles: the interactive movies. We begin with Foxhunt and continue on to one of the rarest and most difficult games to run: Johnny Mnemonic. He’s a data courier in a future that hasn’t invented e-mail or thumb drives, and if you touch the computers your head explodes. Jeez, even in the future nothing works. Will Johnny ever find the rest of his computer so he can start tracking down that damn download code? And will it do him any good since every computer he touches melts his brain? Only Chef can provide those answers, so we head to the Lo-Tek headquarters to hack our own brains and to get our hands on some chocolate salty balls!

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  • Review The Lawnmower Man

    Devin Harbert July 8, 2020 11:58 pm Reply
  • holy shit, were those two people doing the karate stuff Bulk and Skull??

    Shadethewolfy July 8, 2020 11:58 pm Reply
  • It's an impressive library of content. Bittersweet to see such an early talent that could have been a YT "household name" by now with a million plus subscribers fade away. Can you imagine what he could have been producing now if he had kept up the practice and learning over the years? How many people have both the talent and the chance to be an early adopter like that? Shame he didn't stick with it. The mental illness really kicked him down. It is good the content is preserved.

    Bevel July 8, 2020 11:58 pm Reply
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    James L. Anderson July 8, 2020 11:58 pm Reply
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    James L. Anderson July 8, 2020 11:58 pm Reply
  • It's a shame (old) Spoony never got around to doing the Black Dahlia game. It looked like it'd make a fantastic LP but alas it's almost like moving to his brother's home killed off those longer old school FMV LPs.

    weirdplusho July 8, 2020 11:58 pm Reply

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