Before starring in films such as Fear and Boogie Nights, Mark Wahlberg was known by most people as rapper Marky Mark. His videos were very popular in the early 1990s, especially among teenagers. MAKE MY VIDEO Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch gives you the opportunity to edit three of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch's videos: Good Vibrations, You Gotta Believe, and I need Money. The game is broken up into two separate types of play. In EditChallenge, you must edit the videos according to the tastes of a boxer, a bunch of guys, a group of girls, or a couple of parents. Each of the four sets of characters has distinct ideas about what to expect in a video. For example, the girls like lots of mushy stuff and romance, and the guys like guy stuff such as muscle building and fighting. After you make your video, you get to watch the playback. The set of characters that you picked then gives you feedback on how much they liked or disliked your editing job. The U-Direct mode, which is just for fun and has no time limit or competitive aspect, is more open in terms of creativity; you focus solely on creating the video you want to see and hear. In addition to toying with the video images and sounds, you can create more than 30 special effects and camera tricks, such as making everything blue, adding a strobe light, or turning the screen upside down.