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Background: MTV Interactive was used as an announcer card for games based on MTV-owned licensees. In 2007, MTV relaunched its gaming division as MTV Games.
Logo: On a white background, we see the standard MTV logo from the era, with the word "INTERACTIVE" below.
Availability: Only seen on the Game Boy version of Beavis and Butt-Head.
Scare Factor: Low.
Nicknames: "MTV Machine", "MTV Laboratory", "MTV Lab", "Metal MTV"
Logo: On a black background with a silver sparkle, we see a metal, CGI version of the MTV logo with "MUSIC TELEVISION" below it. Suddenly, a hand holds the MTV logo, causing the background turns black and the words "MUSIC TELEVISION" disappear, and then the background turns into a blue light with a red light in it, and the word "INTERACTIVE" in black (outlined in yellowish orange) appears below.
FX/SFX: CGI animation, pretty good probably.
Music/Sounds: The sound effects including a metal stomp and lab effects.
Availability: Common, can be seen on MTV-licensed video games like the Beavis and Butt-Head franchise.
Scare Factor: Median.
Nicknames: "MTV Circle"
Logo: On a black background, there are many green circles come into the screen, surrounding the pre-2010 MTV logo, then "GAMES" is being written below. The circles unravel and zoom out.
FX/SFX: Rather simple circles animation.
Music/Sounds: A quiet voice saying "MTV Games".
Music/Sound Variant: Sometimes there is a short beating soundtrack and the name is said with a loud shout.
Availability: Seen on the Rock Band series. The sound variant appeared on Pimp My Ride, including the Nintendo DS port. The still white logo appeared on Jackass: The Game.
Scare Factor: Low.
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