Make My Video is Released for the Sega CD

If you were an aspiring music video director, you could play one of these games, featuring early-1990s acts Marky Mark (better known today as Mark Wahlberg) and the Funky Bunch, Kriss Kross, and C+C Music Factory, as well as Australian rockers INXS, and create videos using built-in clips and video effects. But forget about unbridled creativity: Your artistic vision was limited by the built-in clips and some hokey video effects, as well as the specific content requirements dictated at the start of each round.

Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch: Make My Video was created as a video game by Digital Pictures in 1992. The game was part of a series of games made of the same concept for various artists of this era.

The game puts the player in control of editing the music videos for hip-hop artist Marky Mark (Mark Wahlberg) and his group The Funky Bunch on 3 different songs: "Good Vibrations", "I Need Money" and "You Gotta Believe". Players are given instructions of what they should include in the video, and then the song is played while you edit the video live. Players can change between video clips available by pressing the buttons on the controller, and have the option between clips from the videos of the group, stock footage, movie clips and special effects.