Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced Battle: Los Angeles, a new first-person shooter game.
My face and my palm connected with such palpable force that the only thing preventing the resulting shock-wave from annihilating the planet was the deep sigh which followed.
If the movie is good,then the game has potential to be good.But since these movie games are always rushed with not as much effort put into them,this game will likely suck
How many COD clones do we need? Ugh...
Konami should bring back Coded Arms Assault. That is a FPS that I would want to play on the PS3 considering that I loved the original Coded Arms on the PSP.
But what does that have to do with alien invasions?
The movie probably is going to suck. The game will suck even more. Battle:LA looks like a mix between District 9 and Independence Day.
"A mix between District 9 and Independence Day." And that's a bad thing?
given how abysmal independance day is , i'd say yes :p . More seriously at least the action was great back then
Have you seen the director of the movie? Guy sucks ass.
Both great movies. What you talkin about fool?
The movie looks awesome! and District 9 and Independance day were both great
lol! those are two of some of the best sci-fi movies in recent years. Apparently its has similar special effects to Skyline which is the only good thing about that movie. I like what i am seeing with Battle:LA. In other alien invasion movies the military are completely useless. Not in this one and its a full scale war for once.
wonder if this is just publishing........... as long as they make at least 1 suikoden like they did this gen and 1 metroid vania like they did this gen I can forgive them
Well its going to be a Digital Download so it will likely be decently priced. Could be ok i guess. Ill wait and see what it looks like before passing judgement but im not expecting much.
hey everybody, it's a downloadable game. Be glad it isn't gonna be $60 or even $40 game.
Ah crap. Not a movie turned game.
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