Videogames based on the movie 300 and film franchise Saw are in the pipeline, Variety is reporting.
Both titles are the first revealed games coming from newly established publisher Brash Entertainment, which is to concentrate exclusively on creating games based off film, TV and music licenses.
According to Variety's report, the Hollywood-based Brash has already secured multi-game deals with five movie studios and has 12 movie-based projects underway including Saw and 300.
Above: We're pretty sure we already played a game based on 300 - it was alright
Brash Entertainment's games will be created by independent developers, with the titles being distributed worldwide exclusively by Warner Bros. Apparently, the publisher plans to cover a diverse range of genres with its games and is covering console, handheld and mobile platforms.
June 4, 2007