Although video game movie talk usually gives rise to things best left buried, like the Uwe Boll Geneva convention violations or the aborted Halo movie debacle to name just two, a few honest attempts at video game movies actually get made and an extremely select few of those almost manage not to suck.
Which is why I temper my trepidation with cautious optimism when confronted with this type of news. “We would love to have a live action film and we’ve had a lot of discussion,” Ian Milham of Visceral Games told the BBC.
“One of the reasons Dead Space still exists and is popular is because we’ve made sure to do everything right,” he said. “So we’re doing the same with the film, not just a cheap cash-in but to do something really worthwhile, so we’ll see.”Can’t argue with the man there. Although the two lackluster animated Dead Space features, Downfall and Afermath, they shoveled out could.Filed Under: Gaming News, Technology News