Monday, May 16, 2011

Because Prince of Persia was so good.

http://www.joystiq.com/2011/05/16/ubisoft-motion-pictures-making-assassins-creed-ghost-recon-sp/


So Ubisoft has a movie company now? Wow.

Of course though I mock them, I'm just being mean. I've wanted an Assassin's Creed movie since I first laid eyes on the game. And Splinter Cell? Oh god, yes please.

Now if they can only get it right.

12 comments:

  1. soo many games that should be filmed!! imagine things like Half-Life^^

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  2. Assassin's Creed would make a good movie, but it would have to be spaced out a bit. I hate when people try to cram 20+ hours of story into 2 hours.

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  3. Right, same here. I think you could probably tell that story in the span of a couple of movies though, honestly.

    As for Half-Life, in my dreams it's a TV show that's more insane and awesome than LOST.

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  4. Definitely want a Splinter Cell movie!

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  5. Splinter Cell would be godlike. Syhphon Filter too

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  6. as much as i look forward to a movie adaptation, they always end up being horrible.

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  7. Meh. I'm really sceptical about game-inspired movies. Doom was possibly the biggest nail in that coffin. I LOVE the doom series, but the movie just ruined it. Still have bad memories whenever I want to play it.
    Nice blog btw

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  8. See, though, those movies that sucked were all done by existing studios picking up intellectual properties and they probably didn't really care that much about. Hollywood will always look down on video games.

    This is being done by a studio created by a video game company. I find that much more promising.

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  9. movies OR games. Ubisoft, choose your destiny

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  10. I don't really think that's fair though. They've shown themselves to be capable of creating some very awesome stories. This is just a different medium to tell them in.

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  11. The game is better than the movie, sure...

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