Power Factory Featuring C C Music Factory I Got The Power

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Power Factory Featuring C+C Music Factory

Developer: Digital Pictures
Publisher: Sony Imagesoft
Platform: Sega CD
Released in US: 1992
Released in EU: 1992

This game has unused cinematics.

Power Factory Featuring C+C Music Factory is actually in the same series as the Make My Video games (and even says so on in the opening logos!), but with a different title. Why? Who knows.

Hidden Developer Videos

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On the U-Direct menu (accessed by waiting at the menu long enough), press A, B, C, Right to display a video of Digital Pictures employees messing around. Pressing Start will display another video which shows how Digital Pictures came up with some of the Make My Video ideas (the same video as the other games in the series).

The Make My Video series
Sega CDC+C Music Factory • INXS • Kris Kross • Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch
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Product Information. Power Factory allows you to have your way in making three of the videos for songs off of C + C Music Factory's Gonna Make You Sweat album. As the music plays, three scenes appear for you to choose from. One is the actual video, while the other two are random yet fitting of the music. Such images may include anything from 1940s cartoons to scenes from movies like Jason and the Argonauts and Nosferatu, The Vampire.

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Additionally, you can add effects to these images such as slice, dice, flip, mirror, mix, strobe, slow, freeze, lyrics, grays, reds, greens, blues, wash, pixelate, and smear. They can be used by themselves or in combination with other effects. The challenge of the game lies in your trying to create the desired effects of clubbers partying to the music. The songs that you have to choose from are 'Things That Make You Go Hmmm.,' 'Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now),' and 'Here We Go (Let's Rock and Roll).' The game is also known as C + C Music Factory/ Make My Video.