Full motion video games get such a bad rap, but I always had a soft spot for them. I think what happened, is that back in the day when these games first came out, gamers were threatened by them, and were hoping that their traditional style games wouldn't become obsolete. So they hated on all the FMV games with a passion. Obviously, they had nothing to worry about, as the FMV games weren't about to make anything obsolete.
The problem is, all FMV games were considered total garbage, but some of them weren't that horrible. Ground Zero Texas for the Sega CD stands out as one of the better FMV games to come along. I also thought the original Night Trap wasn't too bad. Of course, some of the FMV games were just absolute trash, and as time went on, people forgot about the halfway decent ones, and only remembered the stinkers.
I think it would be absolutely awesome if somebody bought the rights to all the old Digital Pictures games, and got the original film stock, and did a remaster job on it, to make it look as good as it could possibly look, and sound as good as it could possibly sound. One of the big problems back in the early 90's was the fact that the video game systems just didn't have the power to run these games properly. The video was in a little tiny window, and on the Sega CD, with such few colors, and such horrible resolution, you could barely even see what was going on. If they redid those games nowadays, the video could be completely full screen, and it could look clear and crisp.