It’s said that nothing in life is certain except for death and taxes. However, a legion of very irate fanboys would certainly beg to differ.
They would say that there are three things in life that are certain; death, taxes and bad movie to videogame adaptations.
What happens? How does a cinematic triumph become videogame trash? Will big developers ever start making good movie games instead of doing the bare minimum to cash in on established franchises? These questions and more will be answered in today's The Loop.
Joining us will be Shane Bettenhausen, editor for ‘Electronic Gaming Monthly’ and the executive producer for Vivendi Universal Games, Pete Wanat.