No one ever let reality interfere with their 'What if?'s before. Just think about it, if these games were made in the way you'd want them to be made, they'd be awesome.
Crytek released some gorgeous screen renders they did of the Blade Runner city(Los Angeles) with the police car. I would love to see them pick up and do a proper Blade Runner game. Could be very cool. http://www.incrysis.com/ind...
Not by Crytek. It's by a certain computer student. Blade Runner game, Kojima's Snatcher are perfect examples of a "Blade Runner game"
Blade Runner HAD a game! I was a awesome click adventure by Westwood Studios.
And, on another plane, Snatcher was basically Blade Runner in all but name.
I still have that game stored away around here somewhere... I bet one of the discs is missing! Loved that game! I was born in 87 so this game was my first encounter with blade runner. Have since watched the film countless times. But excusing the authors ignorance to there already been a game, a new Blade Runner game would be mmore than welcome.
yeah, i played that game...It had multiple endings. I think i done them all
Yea, still have that game too. PC CD-ROM. Was a nice game. Old though, '95? Not sure. But do remember enjoying it.
sure why Blade Runner was there if it already had a critically successful game tie-in. That's almost worthy of a "lame" report.
I am Legend I mean. Think. Its big open New York City. You live your life. You have some missions and sometime you kill some infected. Its like: GTA 4 + infected city + only infected with you. But ofcause you dont kill infected all the time and you are not immune. Its maybe like hardcore game. Few ammo, some weapons, you earn food,water and other things. I think only how this game can fail is that you are immune and you kill like million infected but no. Lets make this game realistic.
i just watched greenzone..that would be a good game...find the WMD's
Crank is the first thing I thought of when I clicked this.
Black Hawk Down anyone?
Battle Royal, PLEASE
Funny enough, I once wrote and submitted to Sony and idea for a game based on it. Never heard anything back, can only assume it's under development. Battle Royale: The Game -The story reflects the book/film in that your class is selected for the program, but is not the same story as the book/film. Like the book/film, your class is kidnapped and taken to the island, the BR Program is explained and you're given a random weapon, some of which will be useless, some of which will be overpowered. -You create a character, and the game randomly generates 41 class mates with individual personalities with "evolving AI" as the game progresses and desperation sets in -Each single player game takes up to 3 days (in real time) and the rules of the book/film would apply (randomised danger zones, all collars explode after 24 hours with no kills, collars explode after 3 days etc) -Morale system reflected by your action, have to form alliances and kill when necessary. Killing your classmates lowers your morale, forming alliances raises your morale. Including multiple endings - dying, surviving with high morale, survivng with low morale, escaping with high morale, escaping with low morale. -Dynamic weather affecting gameplay (in dry weather, you need more water and forest fire is a greater risk, ranged weapons less effective in wind, rain slows your progress etc) -Numerous Scripted events pre-determined at start of 3 days (when/if/where they happen) -Interactive environments that can be used against classmates, but can also be used against you.
there´s a lot 80´s cool stuff that could be put in a videogame.
I SO want a (The original) Snake Plissken game. Kurt Russell FTW.
The Seventh Seal....play chess with death The bicycle thief...steal peoples bicycles, grand theft auto style Yojimbo could be a great rpg/action game and even Seven Samurai Labyrinth..an adventure game with puzzles, nice set of characters and david bowie music
Did then even bother to check? Blade Runner had a game and it was beyond awesome. Definitly one of the best adventure games ever created with many different endings. BR game has inspired a lot of other titles including the awesome Heavy Rain.
That is all.
This... I can't... It's not like he can't google, is it? The BladeRunner game perfectly captured the essence, atmosphere, and even the ambiguous "Am I/Am I not an Replicant?" ending. No doubt he'll list Street Fighter, Indiana Jones, and Tomb Raider, next.
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