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Submitted by Sucks2BU 2441d ago | article

11 Games Making a Splash in Hollywood

Gameplayer has the round-up of the latest wheeling and dealing in Hollywood regarding a range of big name game-to-film adaptations.

"Clearly the powers that be in Hollywood have taken this into account as every other day there's a new announcement, interview, or deal that leads to the development of a film adapted game. Whereas big-name authors used to be the only ones who were able to wield the power of knowing that their yet to be written novel would be made into a film (that'd be you J.K. Rowling), game publishers are now securing movie deals before their games are even released." (Culture, Nintendo DS, PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360)

SlappingOysters  +   2441d ago
Prince trilogy!!
Boo ya!

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