No, it’s nothing to do with the film. According to this, Brash showed a game titled 2010 at a recent press event, which sounds like an action affair involving minotaurs, walking skeletons, swords and massive scorpions. It was in trailer-only form, so it sounds a way off. There’s no release date or platform information as yet.
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NPD’s Anita Frazier reckons 2010 will be a “really exciting year” for the games industry, with Q1 to possibly be the “biggest quarter in videogame history” thanks to titles that slipped from 2009.
Hello. We’re back. Christmas wasn’t as earth-shattering as it could have been as regards gaming stories: not as big as 2008, anyway. But, needless to say, the news refused to sleep. Hit the link for everything you missed.
James Wan, executive producer on the Saw movies, has posted on his blog that he’s “very excited” about writing the plot to the Brash game of the film. “Leigh and I are very excited about this new venture,” he said, although we have no idea who Leigh is, if we’re being honest. “We are big […]
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