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DBoi787

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Well, as it is pretty obvious, most movie games coming out lately have sucked. With exceptions like Wolverine, there haven't been many good ones out. However, games based off of a movie that acts more like a sequel tend to do better than a game based entirely off of a movie. Such examples include arguably Wanted: Weapons of Fate, and what looks to be SAW.

Now, lets swing off the direction for a little while. Heavy Rain looks phenomenal. The gameplay and camera is unique and looks like a great game for this upcoming year.

Another off-topic swing: Final Destination was a good series in the start. It still, in a way, is good but is getting tiring more and more. The latest installment being the worst in the series. Now, a good way to give fans of the series something new to try out would be a video game, kid you not. A video game not based on the movie, but of the plot. Add in new characters and new deaths, and new premonition events, and the great Simon-Says, quicktime event gameplay seen in Heavy Rain could make this a great game.

The game would start with a cutscene of the premonition showing gruesome deaths and the accident that occurs. After the premonition is over, you take control of the lead role. Similar to Heavy Rain you can hear your thoughts. Some examples can include "I've seen this before," "This doesn't look good," and the outburst of "We are all going to die!". After that, you have to convince the people in the setting of the event to leave before they all die. As time progresses, people will leave.

After this, the first quicktime event takes place as you make your way out of the setting. After you and a couple people escape, the story really begins.

You take control of each character who escaped death one by one. You play through the life each character in the order they were supposed to die in the event. You would play through each character's life and use decision making and quicktime events to escape certain life-death situations. Like Heavy Rain, once the character is dead you move on to the next character in Death's plan. However, if you manage to survive long enough (Which I hope they make incredibly hard), and the characters realize Death's plan, you can be saved and cheat Death and move on to the next character. The game goes on until all characters are dead, or one character remains alive when Death is cheated. This can make this a potentially long lasting game.

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Well, as it is pretty obvious, most movie games coming out lately have sucked. With exceptions like Wolverine, there haven't been many good ones out. However, games based off of a movie that acts more like a sequel tend to do better than a game based entirely off of a movie. Such examples include arguably Wanted: Weapons of Fate, and what looks to be SAW.

Now, lets swing off the direction for a little while. Heavy Rain looks phenomenal. The gameplay and camera is unique and looks like a great game for this upcoming year.

Another off-topic swing: Final Destination was a good series in the start. It still, in a way, is good but is getting tiring more and more. The latest installment being the worst in the series. Now, a good way to give fans of the series something new to try out would be a video game, kid you not. A video game not based on the movie, but of the plot. Add in new characters and new deaths, and new premonition events, and the great Simon-Says, quicktime event gameplay seen in Heavy Rain could make this a great game.

The game would start with a cutscene of the premonition showing gruesome deaths and the accident that occurs. After the premonition is over, you take control of the lead role. Similar to Heavy Rain you can hear your thoughts. Some examples can include "I've seen this before," "This doesn't look good," and the outburst of "We are all going to die!". After that, you have to convince the people in the setting of the event to leave before they all die. As time progresses, people will leave.

After this, the first quicktime event takes place as you make your way out of the setting. After you and a couple people escape, the story really begins.

You take control of each character who escaped death one by one. You play through the life each character in the order they were supposed to die in the event. You would play through each character's life and use decision making and quicktime events to escape certain life-death situations. Like Heavy Rain, once the character is dead you move on to the next character in Death's plan. However, if you manage to survive long enough (Which I hope they make incredibly hard), and the characters realize Death's plan, you can be saved and cheat Death and move on to the next character. The game goes on until all characters are dead, or one character remains alive when Death is cheated. This can make this a potentially long lasting game.

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Well, as it is pretty obvious, most movie games coming out lately have sucked. With exceptions like Wolverine, there haven't been many good ones out. However, games based off of a movie that acts more like a sequel tend to do better than a game based entirely off of a movie. Such examples include arguably Wanted: Weapons of Fate, and what looks to be SAW.

Now, lets swing off the direction for a little while. Heavy Rain looks phenomenal. The gameplay and camera is unique and looks like a great game for this upcoming year.

Another off-topic swing: Final Destination was a good series in the start. It still, in a way, is good but is getting tiring more and more. The latest installment being the worst in the series. Now, a good way to give fans of the series something new to try out would be a video game, kid you not. A video game not based on the movie, but of the plot. Add in new characters and new deaths, and new premonition events, and the great Simon-Says, quicktime event gameplay seen in Heavy Rain could make this a great game.

The game would start with a cutscene of the premonition showing gruesome deaths and the accident that occurs. After the premonition is over, you take control of the lead role. Similar to Heavy Rain you can hear your thoughts. Some examples can include "I've seen this before," "This doesn't look good," and the outburst of "We are all going to die!". After that, you have to convince the people in the setting of the event to leave before they all die. As time progresses, people will leave.

After this, the first quicktime event takes place as you make your way out of the setting. After you and a couple people escape, the story really begins.

You take control of each character who escaped death one by one. You play through the life each character in the order they were supposed to die in the event. You would play through each character's life and use decision making and quicktime events to escape certain life-death situations. Like Heavy Rain, once the character is dead you move on to the next character in Death's plan. However, if you manage to survive long enough (Which I hope they make incredibly hard), and the characters realize Death's plan, you can be saved and cheat Death and move on to the next character. The game goes on until all characters are dead, or one character remains alive when Death is cheated. This can make this a potentially long lasting game.

Comments? Remarks? Suggestions?

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DBoi787 said:
Well, as it is pretty obvious, most movie games coming out lately have sucked. With exceptions like Wolverine, there haven't been many good ones out. However, games based off of a movie that acts more like a sequel tend to do better than a game based entirely off of a movie. Such examples include arguably Wanted: Weapons of Fate, and what looks to be SAW.

Now, lets swing off the direction for a little while. Heavy Rain looks phenomenal. The gameplay and camera is unique and looks like a great game for this upcoming year.

Another off-topic swing: Final Destination was a good series in the start. It still, in a way, is good but is getting tiring more and more. The latest installment being the worst in the series. Now, a good way to give fans of the series something new to try out would be a video game, kid you not. A video game not based on the movie, but of the plot. Add in new characters and new deaths, and new premonition events, and the great Simon-Says, quicktime event gameplay seen in Heavy Rain could make this a great game.

The game would start with a cutscene of the premonition showing gruesome deaths and the accident that occurs. After the premonition is over, you take control of the lead role. Similar to Heavy Rain you can hear your thoughts. Some examples can include "I've seen this before," "This doesn't look good," and the outburst of "We are all going to die!". After that, you have to convince the people in the setting of the event to leave before they all die. As time progresses, people will leave.

After this, the first quicktime event takes place as you make your way out of the setting. After you and a couple people escape, the story really begins.

You take control of each character who escaped death one by one. You play through the life each character in the order they were supposed to die in the event. You would play through each character's life and use decision making and quicktime events to escape certain life-death situations. Like Heavy Rain, once the character is dead you move on to the next character in Death's plan. However, if you manage to survive long enough (Which I hope they make incredibly hard), and the characters realize Death's plan, you can be saved and cheat Death and move on to the next character. The game goes on until all characters are dead, or one character remains alive when Death is cheated. This can make this a potentially long lasting game.

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Can someone please inform why exactly this idea would be an "epic fail." People on the PS3 site say it is a good idea, being as the gameplay of Heavy Rain and plot of the movie series fit together perfectly. I have come across many people who thought this was a good idea. So, why don't you go ahead and come up with some reasons why this is an epic fail.
 

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1. People on that site are idiots who duplicate things on put them in the wrong section

2. Your game probably won't be made. It's a waste of time.

3. Waste of time...

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I think that would be interesting. Kind of like Mass effect where your decisions effect the future right? IMO, this isn't flame worthy. All of you are Trollin'
 

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Thank you so much. I greatly appreciate your reaction. Unlike others, who just can't appreciate a good idea when it isn't theirs. And, if you ever have a chance, look up some videos for Heavy Rain. Gameplay is similar to that. And yes, in a way, decisions effect the future, although your future might be death.
 

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You wanted opinions. Don't get offended when we give 'em.

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People here think so.
Respect their opinions and they'll respect yours.
Or- at least- the ones that AREN'T idiots on fire.
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These are not bad ideas. People here don't know how to give opinions. "Epic fail" is not an opinion. Its a disrespect towards one's idea, which isn't bad. So shut up, and find something better to do rather than flame and troll.
 

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This is what I get for trying to be friendly. I even used a smiley.

Get bent, you jerk.
 
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