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Submitted by rivithed 1671d ago | news

Dead Space film director: this isn’t Event Horizon

The sci-fi horror game franchise Dead Space has broken through many media boundaries at a staggering pace. Originally a sci-fi horror game born out of inspired Electronic Arts insiders, all forms of media are game now. But if there is one boundary where even gaming greats such as Halo fumble, it's in Hollywood. Turns out getting major movie studios to distinguish Dead Space from one of its inspirations, Event Horizon, is one of the biggest challenges. (Dead Space, Dead Space 2, Industry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Credit url: moviesblog.mtv.com
sam2236  +   1671d ago
"Resident Evil is probably one of the few game franchises that have enjoyed continued success on the big screen."

Thanks to the 12 year olds and manchildren.

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