Screaming Villains – the indie outfit behind Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition, Double Switch: 20th Anniversary Edition, and Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition – has revealed that the subsequent FMV classic to be blessed with a remaster is 1993 shooter Ground Zero: Texas.

Developed for Sega CD by Digital Pictures, Ground Zero: Texas duties the participant with rooting out an alien invasion presently infiltrating the sleepy border city of El Cadron. Blending the FMV shooter gameplay of the American Laser Games collection with the camera-switching, puzzle-solving shenanigans of Night Trap and Double Switch, Ground Zero: Texas is, in the end, a pretty clumsy and poorly-paced endeavor.

Still, no one is shopping for these re-releases particularly for his or her stellar gameplay and Ground Zero: Texas retains the campy, nostalgic worth anticipated from nearly all video games inside the FMV style. Screaming Villains is doing sound work by securing the historical past of this doubtful period of gaming, when many studios can be fairly comfortable to let these video games vaporize into the ether. Ground Zero: Texas, particularly, seemed totally atrocious on Sega CD, so it is going to be enjoyable to lastly expertise the live-action footage in an “actually viewable” format.

As with earlier Screaming Villains titles, Ground Zero: Texas – Nuclear Edition might be receiving a PS4 bodily launch by way of boutique outlet Limited Run Games. Pre-orders will go live on-site January 22, though no official launch date has been introduced.

Ground Zero: Texas – Nuclear Edition is in growth for PS4 and PC.