Let's be honest: Broforce was basically already an unofficial Expendables video game, so it's not a huge shock to hear that they're making it official. It is, however, a reason for there to be more (free!) Broforce, which is always a good thing.
The Expendables is all about elite mercenaries, intense action sequences and a lot of meat-headedness. Seems like it could be the perfect fit for a trigger-happy group of friends to virtually tear through an onslaught of enemies, no? The shooting would be rampant and fun. The characters would be amiable, muscular…
That's the point of The Expendables, right? That they're a bunch of meatheads from another era who are Back To Kick Some Ass?
Duke Nukem is Sylvester Stallone. Kind of.
Remember Watchmen: The End Is Nigh? A movie tie-in game that looked improbably good for a downloadable and then wound up playing like the most uninspired crap? That experience made me skeptical about the Expendables 2 video game.
Based on the upcoming sequel to the hit action ensemble film starring every action hero still able to pick up a weapon, Ubisoft's The Expendables 2 is missing a real opportunity to assemble the greatest team of game developers that ever coded.
In its first weekend in theaters, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World pulled in a little under US$11 million. That's...not good.
Step into the boots of action stars Jet Li, Sylvester Stallone, and Jason Statham, in an 8-bit Facebook action game based off of their upcoming movie,
Contra The Expendables.