Green Lantern Video Game Confirmed!
Los Angeles Times has confirmed that a video game adaption of 'Green Lantern' will be made!
The Los Angeles Times has reported that a video game adaption that will coincide with the 2011 'Green Lantern' film starring Ryan Reynolds is in the works. Not that we never expected one, its just that we never had confirmation a video game was being made.
DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson says it's part of a bigger plan to put DC characters in more titles from the studio's growing Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE) video game publishing unit.
Diane Nelson said: "On the game side there will be more following Green Lantern that we hope to directly be impacting creatively and otherwise."
DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns and co-publisher Jim Lee, a writer and artist that are well known to us fans, are consulting on upcoming video games, including 'Green Lantern'.
Although the 'Green Lantern' will be a movie tie-in, Nelson reveals many DC based games in development will not be movie-tie ins.
She used the 'Batman: Arkham Asylum' as an example. 'Arkham Asylum' had nothing to do with any of the films based 'Batman', it was its own thing.
It is hinted in the article that the game may be unveiled at Comic-Con 2010 along with the movie. So watch out!
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