As mainstream video games strived to be more cinematic and as gaming emerged as a major source of entertainment revenues, it was only a matter of time until the talent from the film industry would attempt to get in on the action.
Using YouTube's in-video linking feature, design studio Analogue has sliced up George Romero's horror film Night of the Living Dead into a piece of choose your own adventure interactive fiction.
George Romero's name is synonymous with horror. Romero isn't a huge gamer, but he's interested in making a video game. If only a game company would allow him to do just that. There's shit he'd like to hide and stuff.
Back in late February, we brought word of a Dead Rising lawsuit. Capcom was being sued over the game by the MKR Group, which holds the rights to George Romerso's Dawn of the Dead film. MKR claimed that Dead Rising was essentially an unlicensed adaptation of the Romero film. Over the weekend, George Romero appeared at…