It's been a while since we last got a Mean Girls game, so let's get another Mean Girls game. Sadly, there is not a Lindsay Lohan to be found, but what can be found is a faithful recreation of the film's story and themes, with high school hostility replaced by....wait, a tower defence game?
When the fine folks at 8-bit Cinema remade a movie as an 8 or 16-bit game, they never really left side scroller or adventure game territory—until now. Here's Mean Girls, the now ten-year-old Lindsay Lohan movie which keeps reminding us of how old we are, as a Japanese visual novel.
Six years, three arrests and three rehab stints after Lindsay Lohan starred in Mean Girls, its video game adaptation is being released. Without LiLo on the box. This, folks, is what the suits call "leveraging a hot property."
Seriously. If you remember, back in March Paramount movie studios announced they were getting into the gaming business. Today, they've announced their first three titles. To be developed in conjunction with Legacy Interactive, the first three games (all adaptations of films, obviously) will be...yes, Mean Girls,…