Apocalypse Now’s videogame adaptation isn’t going to make it on Kickstarter, so the team behind it are seeking funding privately.
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Francis Ford Coppola’s 1979 classic Apocalypse Now is getting a video game adaption, and according to the Kickstarter page, it’s an “immersive, psychedelic horror RPG”
As spotted by superannuation, a new Hollywood studio known as Killspace – built of ex-devs from Saboteur and Mercenaries studio Pandemic – is creating a game based on the Vietnam-era movie Apocalypse Now.
Apocalypse Now writer and Conan the Barbarian director John Milius will compose the story for Kaos Studios FPS Homefront, THQ said today. The game’s single-player story takes place ten years after economic collapse in the US, where the American Civilian Resistance is battling it out against an “oppressive North Korean occupation”. “Homefront isn’t about going […]
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