Yesterday I talked a bit about the teaser that Nintendo released to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Super Nintendo World theme park at Universal Studios Japan. That trailer was CGI animated, though there were real people superimposed into it.
Realm Pictures wowed us last year with a new type of roleplaying game – chat-controlled live action first-person shooters. The company recently worked with developer IO Interactive to create another game based on its stealth series Hitman.
Blood and ice cream have proven to be a great combination. As great as Hot Fuzz was, however, nothing can top the OG Shaun of the Dead. Since there are so many fans of the film, it gets the tribute treatment fairly regularly.
If you were disappointed with Stop Motion Mario’s gameplay, you’ll be even more frustrated with Urban Pac-Man. First off, the video makes no sense. Then again, it’s not like Pac-Man had an award-winning story, so I guess the video is faithful in that way.
If I were to summarize the essence of Dragonball in one word, that word would be “power”. Akira Toriyama just kept on upping the ante, so much so that we could look past the fact that the franchise’ planet-destroying characters have ridiculous names, like Carrot, or Rice, or Bra.
This has to be one of the weirdest movie and franchise tie-ins ever: just in time for the live action movie, there’s a G.I. Joe-themed version of Norton Antivirus, complete with its own website.
It seems like the kind of thing that would be fanart, or the product of a Photoshop contest, not a real tie-in, and yet there it is, with a website and all.