A Netflix feature film adaptation of Ubisoft's epic space pirate adventure is in development!
Oh god How about get the sequel right and actually make a true sequel before branching out
Netflix are developing the game?
No obviously not but Ubisoft trying to branch out everything before fixing what they have
This actually might be better than the upcoming sequel
Ubisoft: *brings Ironside back for Sam Fisher* *shows off BG&E sequel gameplay* Also Ubisoft, when their favorite sex abuser, who cancelled everything different the studios tried to do, got exposed: "Look over there!"
Exactly what we never asked for.
As apposed getting a sequel after they announced a sequel?
Lol. Totally unnecessary. But if they did, base it on the first game and don't forget the epic roof top run. And, first game's music is a requirement. Not an option. I got the official, free, digital soundtrack somewhere on my computer. Still classic.
I never get why they don't remix or just add the original soundtrack for the adaptations. Like Castlevania is great and all but you had a rearranged Bloody Tears for one scene and we've had no other classic since. Surely it would be cheaper to go the games composer and say "Can you maybe do a remastered / expanded soundtrack for the film please". Half the work is already done for you. Only film I've known to do this was Silent Hill.
You would think they would but nope.
How about releasing the game that was shown at E3 last year before a Netflix series
The announcement of the Beyond Good and Evil Netflix series is a big surprise. Especially when Beyond Good and Evil 2 has essentially become vapourware.
I have a feeling this game isn't coming till March 2022. Wild has probably been moved to PS5 for 2023 or 2024.
While Netflix isn’t quite Disney they are already well beyond evil. Is it a documentary?
Nobody asked for this? Same as the Splinter Cell anime stuff lol. Oh well.
Hope it;s an adaptation of the first game's story!
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