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Sat, Jan 07, 2012 | 18:20 GMT
New concept art from character designer Daveed Kaplan has come to light, which shows renders of a game he was working on before San Rafael-based developer Factor 5 was shuttered in 2009. The art, uncovered by Siliconera, shows enemies and the main character of a game the Star Wars: Rogue Squadron studio was working on and codenamed Blue Steel. It was a Superman game, and should not be confused a pose made famous by supermodel, Derek Zoolander. The game was just one title Factor 5 had in the works for Brash Entertainment, which declared bankruptcy in 2009 and as such blamed partially for the closure of the studio.
You can view more of the character renders through the link.
Thu, Feb 05, 2009 | 23:17 GMT
Looks like everyone’s favorite psycho, Jigsaw, is back from the videogame graveyard thanks to a quick rescue by Konami, says Variety.
A Konami deal with Lionsgate Films will see the Saw game released this fall when Saw 6 comes out in theaters, reports the site.
The title was seemingly destined for death when Brash when out of business last November.
This just goes to show that you can’t keep a a good sicko down.
Thu, Dec 04, 2008 | 10:02 GMT
After Brash Entertainment shuttered its doors last month, a number of the short-lived publisher’s unreleased games were left teetering on the brink of obscurity. Fortunately, the newly emboldened Atari reached out a hand just in time to stop movie tie-in Tale of Depereaux’s fall.
With a big-screen debut only a couple of weeks away, this is good news for the armor mech-piloting mouse hero and his elephant-eared cohorts. Well, probably.
More at Variety’s Cut Scene Blog if you’re interested in Fievel’s epic sword-journey to a distant land. Or even just small rodents with swords. Really, you can’t go wrong.
Wed, Feb 13, 2008 | 15:32 GMT
Unfortunately, this isn’t some kind of pullover-based fetish porn story. Instead, it’s about Jamie Bell, star of movie Jumper, doing the VO the game’s lead character, Griffin.
Jumper: Griffin’s Story extends the film’s storyline, following Griffin, “a battle-hardened Jumper determined to avenge the death of his parents at the hands of the Paladins.”
This is actually out tomorrow, according to the press release, for PS2, Wii and Xbox 360. Bet it’s awesome.
Thu, Jan 31, 2008 | 19:22 GMT
A slight departure from Saw and 2010, the rumoured Clash of the Titans game, but a movie tie-in from Brash nonetheless. The publisher said today it was making the game for the animated Space Chimps movie from Twentieth Century Fox, to release alongside the film on July 18.
“The Space Chimps movie introduces a loveable cast of characters that fans will be quite fond of,” explained Mitch Davis, co-founder, chairman and CEO of Brash Entertainment. “We’ve collaborated with Vanguard to create a game that incorporates the characters and world of the movie while building a unique storyline with new characters, giving fans the opportunity to be able live in the ‘Space Chimps’ world a little longer.”
Only Wii, Xbox 360, DS and PS2 SKUs apply. no Space Chimps for PS3, then.
Thu, Jan 31, 2008 | 08:31 GMT
The recently spotted “2010″ game from Brash could be the film tie-in for the upcoming Clash of the Titans movie, says this. Brash also confirmed it’s handling the Saw game yesterday, so this doesn’t sound like the most impossible thing in the world. As long as the skeletons are done in stop-frame animation, we’re good with it.
Thu, Jan 31, 2008 | 07:52 GMT
That sound is the Jack Thompsons on the world self-combusting. According to this, Brash is working on a game adaptation of “torture porn” movie staple, Saw. The player will apparently move through a plotline taking in various instalments in the four-film franchise.
Saw’s being developed on the Unreal III engine and is tipped for a 2009 release for Xbox 360 and PS3. Expect plenty more on this in the coming weeks.