Posted by EvanDickson on October 04, 2013 @ 12:01am
Bullock plays Dr. Ryan Stone, a brilliant engineer on her first shuttle mission, with veteran astronaut Matt Kowalski (Clooney). But on a seemingly routine spacewalk, disaster strikes. The shuttle is destroyed, leaving Stone and Kowalski completely alone‹tethered to nothing but each other and spiraling out into the blackness.
The deafening silence tells them they have lost any link to Earth and any chance for rescue. As fear turns to panic, every gulp of air eats away at what little oxygen is left.
I’m pretty excited about Gotham City Impostors. Something I really love about many games is when they have massive amounts of customization. And no I’m not talking about where I can mess around with the cheek bones on my face, or the distance my eyebrows are apart from each other. I just mean, let me change my hair color, dress myself up however I want, that kind of stuff.
Gotham City Impostors is basically a 1st person shooter, multiplayer battles only. It comes out early 2012 on the PC, Playstation Network, and Xbox Live Arcade. READ MORE
Gotham City Impostors is a 1st person shooter, yes, and FPS, that is coming out on the PC, Playstation Network, and Xbox Live Arcade. You basically get to dress yourself up like either super heroes, or villains, and go to town on each other with tons of fun weaponry. Check out the excellent trailer below.
Sure, it’s no Arkham City but it should be a lot of fun for a smallish price tag upon its release in early 2012. You’ll be able to pick it up for $14.99 on the PSN and PC, and 1200 Microsoft Monopoly Bucks on Xbox Live. READ MORE
Gotham City Impostors was announced not too long ago, and in my head it was hard to picture what they were going for. But the video below shows off exactly what they’re going for. And it’s looking pretty awesome so far. Basically, it’s going to be a 1st person shooter (multiplayer slayer only).
“Gotham City Impostors blows apart expectations for superhero games with an exaggerated take on first person shooters, set in a part of the DC Universe players have never seen before,” said Samantha Ryan, Senior Vice President, Production and Development, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. “Monolith is creating a game that turns Gotham City upside down and we think fans are going to have a blast with this creative twist on multiplayer heroism and anti-heroism as they play up the classic rivalry between Batman and The Joker.” Screens past the break. READ MORE
Just announced from Warner Brothers and Monolith Productions is Gotham City Impostors. The most interesting part, is that it is going to be a first person shooter. The game will revolve around Gotham City as it is being fought over for control.
In the game you’ll be a character customized to your own specifications, but you will actually be posing as amateur villains. So far it sounds like it will be a 1st person multiplayer shooter based on Batman. Massive person and character customization. It will also have maps and modes inspired by Batman. Sounds pretty awesome! READ MORE
Hot off the heels of last night’s premiere of the first episode of the Kevin Tancharoen (Interview) helmed “MORTAL KOMBAT LEGACY” web-series, today we have a very rare treat as guest contributors Kind Of Epic Films recently got the chance to sit down and talk with actors Aleks Paunovic (“SHOA KHAN”) and Tahmoh Penikett (“STRYKER”). Below you can check out the full video interview and see what the actors have to say about working with director Kevin Tancharoen, bringing their characters to life, and re-imagining a classic.
“MORTAL KOMBAT LEGACY” Episode One Is Available (For Free) NOW! READ MORE
Director Kevin Tancharoen has bloody thumbs. Its clear from the amount of time and effort he has poured into his latest creation Mortal Kombat: Legacy. This is a labor of love sewn from an encyclopedic knowledge of finishing moves. But don’t worry about his getting bogged down in details or following the well treaded horror of another poor video game adaptation. Tancharoen sees the important thing in a translation hammering down the feel and key plot points of a video game and then exploring them in a clean cinematic narrative.