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Ned 8th March 2009 01:16 PM

Bioshock - the movie!
 
Gore Verbinski, director of the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy is directing the Bioshock Movie.

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Are you wondering how Verbsinski is going to treat your beloved "Bioshock?"
..read on! ...


Gore Verbinski talks about directing the Bioshock movie | The Cut Scene | Variety.com
Bioshock (2010)



:)

Ballistic 18th March 2009 12:26 AM

I was a big fan of the Pirates trilogy. I think he's got a lot of creative wiggle-room with Bioshock. Very morbid and frightening game (I'm a sissy!). Aside from the psychotic bosses and such, I don't remember too much humor in the game. Maybe Verbinski picked up on it too. :)

Powello 19th March 2009 01:06 AM

Ballistic, you've never played FEAR2 or deadspace have you... :p

Fall-Of-Enosis 19th March 2009 05:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Powello (Post 2271978)
Ballistic, you've never played FEAR2 or deadspace have you... :p

No joke man, if Bio scared the dickens outta ya, you'll be pissing you panties with Deadspace. Or Fear 2, more so DS though. :eek:;)

Windeath 28th March 2009 09:47 AM

I wasn't a fan of this game to be truthful...BUT I loved the art direction. It has such scope for being transformed into a movie. The location and back story is just sensational and hopefully is the "shape of things to come".

Ned 28th March 2009 12:15 PM

I tried the Bioshock demo but it didn't grab me. I think I'll get the game now it's cheaper for a look-see and give it a good run. Then I can compare it to the movie :)

Drac 28th March 2009 07:58 PM

I couldn't get into deadspace at all. Everything that happened made me think "You know, this would have worked so much better if they scrapped this gimmicky over the sholder crap and made it first person". I have sunk many hours into it but alas, I just can't love it.

Bioshock and Fear were both awesome though. Bioshock is more of a physological thriller, compared to F.E.A.R which used more of a shock horror approach. Personally, I liked the way Bioshock did things better, it made me think a lot more about the story they were telling. The spill over from the past systemshock games was very evident there.

Rog69 28th March 2009 10:35 PM

I'm playing through Deadspace at the moment and I was enjoying it until I got to the point where I'm shut in a room with a ton of monsters spawning along with an indistuctable monster, but yes it would work better with a first person view. The sound is just amazing in the game too.

I loved Bioshock (SS2 is my favorite game of all time) but the final couple of levels were rubbish, it felt like they didn't really know where to go with the story so they just tacked on an escort mission and a boss fight, I expected more to be honest. I'm still playing through it again though :)

Ned 25th August 2009 06:23 PM

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Verbinski has stepped aside into Producers shoes while 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is now pegged to call the shots.
SOURCE: BioShock Movie Changes Director - AusGamers.com


Some people aren't happy about this.
Time will tell if it works :)

Reoh 26th August 2009 12:34 AM

28 weeks was a good solid film, should do fine although its a different genre, I wonder how they'll approach it and if they'll do it well. Hope so. :)


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