ya bcg beparta rion o bolse amake. Weird.
ya bcg beparta rion o bolse amake. Weird.
I've been noticing the same thing .. who knows, net problem may be? :S or out of Dhaka for some reason? :S
Anyway lets back on topic.Here is what gamerzines clamming.
7 Reasons why Inception: The Game will Rock!
Only last week Christopher Nolan confirmed that Inception: The Video Game is not only being planned, but is currently in production. Usually games based on any movie tend to end up in disaster or at best middle of the road borefests, but we have seven reasons why Inception could be the exception to the rule.
1. New characters and plot
None of the main characters of the feature film will return for the game which means no haphazard voice acting and necessity to follow the same story cues. Movie-based games are usually ruined by their obligation to follow a story optimised for the big screen, Inception: The Game won't follow that pattern and as a result players will get an experienced tailored to our medium's strengths.
2. Easily translatable format
The central basis of the movie lends itself very well to games. Having a group of characters delve lower and lower into an individual's unconscious mind will arise many different and varied scenarios. For instance one level a player could be fighting in arctic tundra whereas another could be in a desert. Obviously the goal is for the target to not realise they are in a dream, so environments could never stray too far from reality, however the game should at least feel very different from one moment to the next.
3. "Guns, lots of guns"
Okay the quote is from The Matrix, but it remains just as true for Nolan as it was for the Wachowskis. There was plenty of shooty-shooty action in the feature film, including sniper rifles, rocket launchers, assault rifles and a variety of pistols. Seeing as gunplay is a main component of most successful AAA releases, this will definitely feature in the game. Just hopefully not too much, as we envisage more of an action RPG structure to the game, with puzzles to solve and NPCs to talk to.
4. No Time Schedule
As the game's release isn't tied to the launch of a sequel to the original motion picture, in theory the unnamed developer which is already working on the game can take as long as they like. Christopher Nolan has already explained that Inception: The Game is being viewed as "a longer-term proposition," so expect this one to appear on shelves only when it is good and ready.
5. Brilliant Soundtrack
Hans Zimmer is Hollywood's go to guy for theatrical scores and not using Inception's iconic notes would be a missed opportunity. Obviously it's a little intense for an entire campaign, but during the major set pieces it would help build a great atmosphere and link the game and movie together more intrinsically. Besides Edith Piaf's estate could always do with an extra quid or two.
6. Perceptions of Reality
Games can mess with a person's perceptions of reality more than any movie can, thanks to the feeling of immersion every gamer feels when they are playing their favourite title. Bioshock, Eternal Darkness, Knights of the Old Republic, Metal Gear Solid and many more critically acclaimed masterpieces all featured elements which challenged a player's opinion of what they are doing and why they are doing it, culminating in plot twists and offering some kind of player choice. These kinds of elements could be very easily applied to the dream premise, especially as scenarios are only ever one subconscious projection away from getting a little crazy.
7. Nolan has always wanted to "explore" our medium
With Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Memento and obviously Inception Christopher Nolan has already shown a mastery of the film arts, but how will he fair with interactive entertainment? Just because he tamed the big screen doesn't mean he'll do the same with games, however the fact that he is paying attention to our medium is a massive statement and bodes well for this project's development.
Inception: The Game isn't just going to be a shameless cash-in, Christopher Nolan wrote, produced and directed the movie and he won't want his pet project to be tainted by a sub-par spin-off. Instead the game will expand the central themes of this franchise in new and exciting ways which is something every gamer should at least be interested in or, dare we say it, look forward to.
Hope that their words come true .
Last edited by Arif69; December 6th, 2010 at 19:31.
lets hope for the best
I'll be happy if the game is half as good as the movie
where is pollob codename 13??? if any problem with some one please solve it and bring him back... nb we should open a thread ....
People should stop blaming games for allegedly *copying* each other: "oh this game is Skyrim copy", "this game is WoW knock off", "this game is just another DMC" - enough!
On this rate every 3rd person action will be God of War, every 3rd p shooter Gears, every 1st will be CoD.. it's ridiculous. They are called genres people! And if you look carefully you'll see allot more than mimicry out there.
Pollob vai please come back :S.We are missing you badly.We really want you back.Sadik,Rion have phoned you.You event picking up the phone .What's the problem man :S.
Last edited by Arif69; December 9th, 2010 at 14:46.
codename13... hmm... asholeo assassin hoye gese naki :S I should stay alert... amarei maira dite pare :S
thnx for the info. Ami toh prothom google kore dekhi bcg te boston ki jeno ashse.