Showing posts with label activision. Show all posts
Showing posts with label activision. Show all posts

Monday, August 20, 2012

Games on the AVE: Deadpool Concept Art and TRAILER

Games: Deadpool Concept Art and Screenshots

Source: Activision

Activision and High Moon Studios have provided us with new concept art and screenshots for their upcomingDeadpool video game. You can check them out by clicking here or on the image below! They've also sent us a fact sheet about the game written by Deadpool himself! You can check it out below the image...

You may be wondering why our game character is writing his own fact sheet.  Our team also wondered and wasn’t all that aware of who DEADPOOL was until this red-suited, katana-wielding Marvel Super Hero burst through our door.  But after a quick chat over some tacos and some “accidental” gunplay, we decided that he was indeed awesome and wondered no longer.  BURP.
Helllloooooo journalistos!  Couple things I’d like to get off my chest: Everyone knows I’m the coolest comic book character in the universe – a mercenary for hire with a super charged healing factor the ladies love. I run my mouth – so what? Some say I’m unstable but I’m very stable. (Yep, totally stable) …except for the voices in my head… (What about that time we beat the dude with his own arms?) (That doesn’t count – he had it coming.)  And if you want to know what gets me going in the mornings, it’s chimichangas! (MmmmmWfffmmmmwfmmahmmm- oh Chimichangas) WHOA, I feel better now.  I also love to talk, especially to you!
I, DEADPOOL, am here to tell you about all the awesomeness that is my new video game!  That’s right – I’ve taken over High Moon Studios in order to develop the world’s first-ever video game dedicated to yours truly, ME – DEADPOOL!  You may know me as the “Merc with a Mouth,” which means there will be plenty of ME talking to YOU in the game, along with ALL of my favorite things:  katanas, big guns (and not just these amazing arm muscles – check!), hot chicks, cameos from some of my X-MEN friends (ooh, spandex!), chimichangas, bouncy houses, and of course…ME!!!  I also “invited” my old Marvel pal Daniel Way, who’s put together some of my zaniest comic book adventures ever, to give my DEADPOOL video game a story that pays tribute to ME more than ever!  So what are you waiting for?  Go write amazing chocolatey editorial goodness about my DEADPOOL game!!!
You Get to Play ME – DEADPOOL!  Bored after years of stealing the show as part of an ensemble cast, I’m finally delivering what all my loyal fans have asked for – nay, DEMANDED – an entire video game featuring me and what I want to do…or what I want you to do to me…no, wait, as me.  That includes appearances by some of my X-MEN friends  - Not ‘cuz I need help (I don’t), but ‘cuz Marvel paid me to (wink).  I might have made a few changes so you see things like I do. (You can thank me later, Psylocke.)
So Many Shiny Toys, So Little Time!  No video game of mine would be complete without a lot of shiny new guns (bang!), blades (poke!), explosives (boom), duct tape (quack!) and a buttload of other things for me to play with!  To capture all of my good sides, I made High Moon Studios make a third-person action game – and yes, my bottom is my best side.
An All-New Full Frontal Pictorial Story About Me!  My Marvel writing hostage buddy Daniel Way (Secret Invasion, Dark Reign) and I have been through many life-changing things together, including visits to a lot of authentic taco stands.  (Free life lesson:  If it’s hot going in, it’ll be HOT coming out!)  Daniel has put together a story that shows off my specialness like never before!
Fourth Wall…Schmourth Wall!!! – I like breaking walls, especially the fourth one!  Why play a game about me when we can’t even talk to each other?  I like you.  Don’t you like me?  Let’s get married. Why are you ignoring me?  FINE!!!  I’m breaking up with you!  I miss you so much.  Let’s get back together. Hold me…(and that was just a taste…).
Did I Mention This is a DEADPOOL Video Game?  This is a DEADPOOL video game!  That means you get to enjoy over-the-top-poop-your-pants action, smokin’ hot babes and tacos!  Not necessarily all together or in that order.  (What about that time when…?) Hey!  NOT SAFE FOR WORK.
Publisher: DEADPOOL! (with some cashola I borrowed from Activision Publishing, Inc.)
Developer: DEADPOOL!  (but I’m letting High Moon Studios help)
Release Date: 2013 (See, the world doesn’t end this year)
Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft
PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system
(Wow, that’s a mouthful!  Thanks, legal eagles - for those circle R thingy’s and looooong names)
Suggested Retail Price: I suggest you wait and see!
ESRB Rating:
“RP” (Rating Pending)
Expected “M” (For Mature…or MOOBS, or Merc with a Mouth, or …)

Friday, February 11, 2011

Activision Says Goodbye To Guitar Hero / DJ Hero Franchise

Guitar Hero franchise to come to an end due to loss of profits and declining music genre.

In what came as quite the shock to many Activision announced in an earnings report which was released earlier this week that they will no longer continue with their Guitar Hero franchise.

The company stated that a decline in music was their primary reason for axing the franchise which also consisted of the popular DJ Hero games.

"Due to continued declines in the music genre, the company will disband Activision Publishing's Guitar Hero business unit and discontinue development on its Guitar Hero game for 2011," said Activision in their fourth quarter earnings report. "These decisions are based on the desire to focus on the greatest opportunities that the company currently has to create the world's best interactive entertainment experiences."

The chief of Activision, Eric Hirschberg, revealed to that the company “simply cannot make these games profitable based on current market and demands."

Due to the loss of the Guitar and DJ Hero franchises, as many as 500 jobs will likely be lost. During its peak, DJ Hero incorporated dozens of iconic Hip Hop personalities including the late DJ AM, RZA and Grandmaster Flash. In 2009, a special "Renegade Edition" of DJ Hero was released featuring both Eminem and Jay-Z.

The first Guitar Hero game was released in 2005 and since that time there have been numerous Guitar Hero releases. And in the last two years the franchise also released both Band Hero and DJ Hero.

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