• codystovall - October 19, 2012 5:51 p.m.

    pikmin- pikmin would make a very cool and terrifying scifi film as captain olimar crash lands on a planet inhabited by giant and horrific beasts out to make him their snack, however bulborbs are the least of his troubles. He has to find the scattered parts of his ship and repair it fast as his life support systems only have 30 days left of use. With little hope of surviving Olimar discovers the strange creature pikmin but can these small beings be of help?
  • BladedFalcon - October 19, 2012 5:50 p.m.

    Yay! RadioRadar is finally here! And well, not sure if it's actually in the works or not. (If it is, haven't heard a thing for years now.) But I think the God of War Franchise is ripe for a film adaptation. The plot of the first game is simple and short enough to fit into a 2 hour movie while still being compelling enough to stand out. Not to mention that there is yet to be a Hollywood film that makes the Greek mythology proper justice. (No, i don't think the "titans" films or "Immortals" are nearly good enough.) That, and Kratos is the kind of baddass, dark protagonist that would leave an impression on even non-videogame nerds. And there's no shortage of baddass bald actors who could fit the bill. Peter Mensah from 300 and Spartacus fame comes to mind, as well as a perhaps lesser known, but very threatening looking and younger actor such as Ray Campbell. (Who Played Tyrus Kitt In the 4th season of breaking bad... At the very least Cooper should know who he is... right?)
  • The_Tingler - October 19, 2012 5:24 p.m.

    Grim Fandango, to answer the question. I'm in the UK so I can't win anything, but just the idea of seeing that beautiful game as a Nightmare Before Christmas-style stop-motion animated feature brings water to my eyes and loins.

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