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Submitted by Diselage 3020d ago | news

Red Mile Leads To Sin City

Red Mile Entertainment, Inc. (OTCBB: RDML), a worldwide developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software, today announced it has entered into a multi-year, worldwide license agreement to develop and to publish video games based on the Sin City series of graphic novels by writer/artist and film director Frank Miller. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The winner of multiple awards in its original comic-book and graphic-novel forms, the Sin City property achieved even greater public awareness with the 2005 release of the successful Frank Miller's Sin City live-action theatrical feature film.

Thus far they have not announced what platforms or what time frame these games will be published but a movie tie in with Sin City 2 seems plausible. (Culture, Industry)

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