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Submitted by thomfilm 2304d ago | article

Moving From Movies to Games, 'The Bourne Conspiracy' and 'Wall-E'

Thomcult: These two games mark the recent and contrasting efforts of two movie franchises to make the leap from the cinematic to interactive realm. While it is notably easier to communicate the transition from a cinematic experience into an interactive one, as opposed to the other way round, these two adverts illustrate different approaches to the task with varied success... (Dev, Industry, Nintendo DS, PS3, The Bourne Conspiracy, Wall-E, Wii, Xbox 360)

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