Gaming Anniversaries October 15- Make My Video: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch

Make My Video: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch

Released October 15, 1992- Make My Video: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch

Make My Video: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch rapped into the North American market on this day in 92′. For the Sega CD.

Make My Video: Marky Mark and the Funky BunchMake My Video was a series of games released on the Sega CD to cash in on the popularity of several hit rappers of the time. There were actually three different games in this series. Including Make My Video: Kris Kross and make My Video: INXS. All three shared the same kind of gameplay as make My Video: Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch. With the latter obviously having the funniest name. Plus, Mark Whalbergs career was clearly the most successful of the three. Even if it was no thanks to the video game,

In the Make My Video series, players will choose between three different songs and are tasked with making a video for them using only stock footage that is supplied. Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch includes the songs “Good Vibrations” I Need Money” and “You Gotta Believe”. I can only imagine the developers really had to believe that this was a good idea. Else, maybe they just said “Yeah I need money too” Either way, the games were universally considered absolute crap fests,

Make My Video: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch scored the lowest of any video game ever. Achieving a score of 0 out of 10 in Game Informer. Additionally, it is still considered as #8 in the top 10 worst video games of all time. It truly is hard to imagine there is anything worse than this.

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Living in St.John's Newfoundland, Dave has been a gamer all of his life. Starting with the NES and working both backwards and forwards, he intends to play the new along with the old!