New Green Lantern trailer has gameplay that's both mean and green

No evil (meaning killer robot) shall escape their sight

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The crew at GamesRadar has gone from indifferent to cautiously optimistic for June%26rsquo;s Green Lantern film, and it was the fairly cool trailer that premiered at WonderCon a couple weeks back that changed our minds. However, we had seen virtually nothing of the tie-in game to the Ryan Reynolds movie, but that all changed today. Feast your eyes the first ever gameplay footage to Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters%26hellip;

Though this is a small taste, it at least has evil robots being smashed by things made of green energy, and graphics that look a notch above recent Marvel movie games. We actually got to play it a tiny bit at WonderCon and were pleasantly surprised by it not being terrible, though we aren%26rsquo;t too sure how deep its brawler gameplay goes, or how it%26rsquo;ll ultimately bepaced. At the very least developer Double Helix (Silent Hill: Homecoming, Front Mission: Evolved) made the prospect of a Ryan Reynolds-filled game palatable.

By the way, here%26rsquo;s the trailer that made us much more excited about the Green Lantern movie. It channels the space-opera vibe of the comics, cut down on the jokes, and is over-brimming with fan service for long time GL fans. You%26rsquo;ll be able to check out the game yourself June 7 and the film June 17.

Apr 15, 2011

Though this is a small taste, it at least has evil robots being smashed by things made of green energy, and graphics that look a notch above recent Marvel movie games. We actually got to play it a tiny bit at WonderCon and were pleasantly surprised by it not being terrible, though we aren%26rsquo;t too sure how deep its brawler gameplay goes, or how it%26rsquo;ll ultimately bepaced. At the very least developer Double Helix (Silent Hill: Homecoming, Front Mission: Evolved) made the prospect of a Ryan Reynolds-filled game palatable.

By the way, here%26rsquo;s the trailer that made us much more excited about the Green Lantern movie. It channels the space-opera vibe of the comics, cut down on the jokes, and is over-brimming with fan service for long time GL fans. You%26rsquo;ll be able to check out the game yourself June 7 and the film June 17.

Apr 15, 2011

Though this is a small taste, it at least has evil robots being smashed by things made of green energy, and graphics that look a notch above recent Marvel movie games. We actually got to play it a tiny bit at WonderCon and were pleasantly surprised by it not being terrible, though we aren%26rsquo;t too sure how deep its brawler gameplay goes, or how it%26rsquo;ll ultimately bepaced. At the very least developer Double Helix (Silent Hill: Homecoming, Front Mission: Evolved) made the prospect of a Ryan Reynolds-filled game palatable.

By the way, here%26rsquo;s the trailer that made us much more excited about the Green Lantern movie. It channels the space-opera vibe of the comics, cut down on the jokes, and is over-brimming with fan service for long time GL fans. You%26rsquo;ll be able to check out the game yourself June 7 and the film June 17.

Apr 15, 2011

Though this is a small taste, it at least has evil robots being smashed by things made of green energy, and graphics that look a notch above recent Marvel movie games. We actually got to play it a tiny bit at WonderCon and were pleasantly surprised by it not being terrible, though we aren%26rsquo;t too sure how deep its brawler gameplay goes, or how it%26rsquo;ll ultimately bepaced. At the very least developer Double Helix (Silent Hill: Homecoming, Front Mission: Evolved) made the prospect of a Ryan Reynolds-filled game palatable.

By the way, here%26rsquo;s the trailer that made us much more excited about the Green Lantern movie. It channels the space-opera vibe of the comics, cut down on the jokes, and is over-brimming with fan service for long time GL fans. You%26rsquo;ll be able to check out the game yourself June 7 and the film June 17.

Apr 15, 2011

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