The movie isn't half-bad. It's cheesy, but entertaining.
He directed House of the Dead, Postal, Bloodrayne, Bloodrayne 3, In the Name of the King, Alone in the Dark and Far Cry.
He produced all of those, but also Bloodrayne 2 and Alone in the Dark 2. Oh guess he produced In the Name of the King 2 as well so actually involved with 10 movies!
Oh to date there's only been 33 theatrical video game movies. The number balloons if you include DTVs and like Japanese/foreign language flicks.
Financially, I don't see what's in it for 3rd parties to not treat all versions as semi-equals. There's still a much larger install base on last-gen hardware
No love for NES Remix 2? BOO!
Whatcha gonna do brother!
Not based on quality, but watchability. Which I kind of took to mean a movie that's enjoyable to watch for the right or wrong reasons.
I enjoy it too.
I think the problem with the movie is people probably expected more with the talent and money invested into it.
I probably should have noted, I was drunk for watching all of these...
It was. And right outside the list. I think the problem is pure horror films are harder to recommend on sheer entertainment factor.
Resident Evil mixes it up with action and cheese
It really doesn't add anything to the market they are seeking with this
And only causes a headache for developers.
It would be interesting.
It also brings Nintendo a lot of what they need. An infusion of talent. A variety of new IPs to work with. Some "mature" titles.
And another well known brand.
I'm sure SEGA wouldn't like Sonic to be just "Related" he would need his name in the title anyhow.
I think it's more a matter of it online
If I understand the question source, the person was curious that a lot of online profiles include the term "gamer".. like there isn't a movier or booker or whatever.
This game looks amazing!
I'm going to announce that I will announce my comment on this matter in a couple of days.
I thought this game had a ton of potential. From what I've seen, Sony's marketing doesn't agree with me.
That was an odd omission on my behalf! >.<
Well that's not the point of the article. I just like a good pun every now and then.
Actually, it isn't a Wii U thing.
EA requires an Origin account for all online services.
Not 100% sure why, but they do