Fingers may point to Reality TV as the beginning of televion’s most recent turn for the worst, but don’t think we’re out of the woods yet. Google and YouTube are looking to put regular people into video games. Not unlike laserdisc arcade titles of the ’90s such as Mad Dog McCree and The Last Bounty Hunter, this new software would allow individuals to “create interactive video experiences by binding videos together as well as adding interactive annotations to each of them.” [via Techeblog]:
Wiz-Fiz-Quiz is an example of how this would work and potentially annoy. Can you imagine someone who usually complains to a webcam about how much life sucks hosting or starring in a video game? That’s why this market is ripe for a new line of gun games! Just saying. A picture of a possible interactive gun game appears after the jump.