Movie to video game adaptations of the early 1980s were difficult things. Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, and The Empire Strikes Back were as hard to master as they were hard to genuinely enjoy.
After showing us through the magic of 3D how human beings could potentially screw up an entirely new planet, James Cameron has signed on with NASA to help show how the agency is keeping us from screwing up our own.
James Cameron, the director of James Cameron's Avatar, has a rebuttal for Halo fanboys criticizing his film for its resemblance to their favorite game. In a nutshell, Cameron reminds everyone that Halo's borrowing from him, remember?
Conan O'Brien's really on the video game humor bandwagon - especially if he's going after disappointing film adaptations and skewering pompous trailer motifs. If the point here is "Avatar: Prepare to be Underwhelmed," we had that covered long ago.
PC gamers eager to get their hands on a little bit of James Cameron's next big blue thing can now do so, with a PC demo for Avatar.
James Cameron's Avatar is getting a video game adaptation courtesy of Ubisoft, complete with movie appropriate stereoscopic 3D, should you have a TV that supports such a thing. For those without, expect stock third-person shooter action meets alien genocide.
If you ponied up for a 3D-enabled TV because you want to take advantage of 3D-enabled games, you need to make sure you have an HDMI-enabled console to go with that.
Speaking to analysts earlier today, Ubisoft representatives said that several of their upcoming triple-A titles will be getting downloadable content.