Live Interactive

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Background: Live Interactive was an ultra short-lived game publishing division of Live Entertainment, which later became Artisan and was folded into Lions Gate Films. This gaming division only released one game, a CD-ROM adaption of the 1996 film The Arrival.


Live Interactive (1997)Logo: We see the word "LIVE" flying from below and two segmented pyramids from the sides. They merge into a single, more condensed pyramid and form the complete logo, similar to the parent company, but red. Then it shines.

FX/SFX: Parts of the logo flying and shining.

Music/Sounds: A short synth note with a splash sound.

Availability: Ultra rare. Can be found only on The Arrival.

Editor's Note: None.