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outlawauron said:
Hmm, I'd have to try this before I get excited about it.

Hope they release a demo soon

 

@Dgc

i will be sure to add more colorful screens



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Update:

A game trailer was added

this was the trailer that made me really interested in this game in the first place

you get a sneak peak at some of awesome parts in the game



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Get to Know Dark Void on PS3 with Capcom’s Morgan Gray

Posted by Chris Morell // Senior Specialist, Social Media

The same day Jeff hit up Seth Killian to talk Super Street Fighter IV inside Capcom’s US HQ, I sat down with Senior Producer Morgan Gray for some quality time with Dark Void. This was the first time I’ve seen the game running in action on PS3, and Morgan was kind enough to walk us through a hefty chunk of jet-packing, on-foot shooting and unique “vertical combat” — the three key components that make up Dark Void’s unique blend of third-person action.

Dark Void’s due out on January 19, but for now, there’s plenty of footage to peep below. 



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Interview and gameplay added to OP (PS3), get to know game better people :)



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Looks good.



ChrisIsNotSexy said:
Looks good.

Yes it does



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"AirTight Games" doesn't sound cool enough. My hype meter drops by 3 notches



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Brad Pitt falls into 'Dark Void'

Plan B, Reliance team on videogame adaptation

LONDON -- Brad Pitt's Plan B shingle and Indian media conglom Reliance Big Entertainment have inked a deal with vidgame company Capcom to develop a feature film based on the "Dark Void" computer game as a potential franchise and starring vehicle for the actor.

"Dark Void" follows a pilot who crash lands in the Bermuda Triangle following a routine mission and finds himself in an alternate world resembling a primitive Earth where aliens with superior technology are planning to take over civilization.

Capcom will release the vidgame on various platforms in North America and Europe in January next year.

Project is the first to come out of Reliance's development silo with Plan B after the deal was first announced at last year's Cannes Film Festival.

In addition to Pitt's Plan B shingle, Reliance has also inked development deals with George Clooney, Nicolas Cage, Brett Ratner, Chris Columbus, Jay Roach, Jim Carrey, Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks as it seeks to establish itself as a genuine global film player.

The conglom has also backed Steven Spielberg and Stacey Snider's reconstituted DreamWorks banner with $325 million in equity in the latest incarnation of the company.

Plan B is currently in production on a biscreen adaptation of Liz Gilbert's bestselling book "Eat, Pray, Love." Julia Roberts, Javier Bardem and James Franco star in the Sony film written and directed by Ryan Murphy.

The company is also in post-production on Terence Malick's "The Tree of Life," starring Pitt and Sean Penn. That pic will be released in the U.S. by Bob Berney and Bill Pohlad's distribution banner Apparition.



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I'm more excited for the movie than for the game O.o

Most of the movies in which Brad Pitt stared were really good.