Released last week to poor reviews, alien invasion flick Battle: Los Angeles runs 116 minutes long. The video game tie-in lasts less than half of that.
$9.99 is an awful lot for 40 minutes of value :P
Better than Black Ops DLC, that's all I need to say.
How is this even legal? Srsly Guise?
Movie got a low score from reviews. *NOT Surprised*
have you seen it?
The whole concept of the movie was crap. This and Skyline are terrible movies. Only Independance Day did teh aline invasion right I think.
Yeah, because it had a lot of interesting characters in it.
Well, to be fair, it was 3 months of dev work. But since the game is only around 45-50 minutes, the price should only be about $2 or $3, not $10...
Its suppposed to have a fair bit of replay value, guess we will see.
Anyone know who directed the movie? I'm guessing Michael Bay.
Jonathan Liebesman he is a South African director who did the Texas chainsaw massacre. Guess the studios were hoping that Neill Blombkamp(district 9)and him were related.
dude that would be very hurthful if he was a user on N4G
Whilst I'm primarily very sceptical about movies of which recieve bad reviews, I found the movie to be enjoyable from an action standpoint, the story was terrible, with Ne-Yo's character not mentioning his Fiancee's well being throughout being one of the frustrating flaws. Aaron Eckhart's acting was as guessed great. It very much feel's like watching someone else play a videogame...with phenominal graphics.
then I guess by playing the trial I played a good chunk of the game.
"Kotaku: Battle: Los Angeles The Game Is Shorter than the Movie" LOL
so much for the amazing special effects and a 100 mil budget on the film , they might as well call the game "Altenate ending "
Didn't even know this was also a game. Just thought it was a movie.
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