Paramount Digital Entertainment has released a small mobile game for smartphones and tablets to go along with feature film World War Z, which hits theatres tomorrow. The game is designed for iOS and Android devices as well as the Amazon Kindle Fire.
The game drops you into the middle of the World War Z chaos!
Featuring 28 levels, intense combat, engaging puzzles, upgradable weapons and armor, and unlimited challenge mode. The World War Z game challenges you: play to survive. (more…)Posted in: Mobile Tags: Android, IOS, Kindle Fire, paramount
Star Trek looks and feels like the movies and sucks you into the action. The game, with the voice actors, music and visuals so much like the franchise itself, is very satisfying despite some of the minor troubles.
First and foremost the game is built to recreate the feeling of watching and playing right along with the latest Star Trek movie. The visual presentation, musical score and the actors are all true to the 2009 film. All of the original cast members from the newest films lent their voices to the game. (more…)Posted In: PS3, Xbox 360 Tags: Namco Bandai Games, paramount, Playstation 3, PS3, Star Trek, Star Trek: The Video Game, Xbox 360
Namco Bandai Games released another “making of” video from their upcoming Star Trek: The Video Game title. The new vid features a look at the Gorn.
When the minds at Paramount were deciding which villain to cast in the central role in the game the Gorn came top of mind right away. (more…)Posted in: Microsoft, PC, Sony Tags: Namco Bandai Games, paramount, Star Trek: The Video Game
It appears the movie World War Z will be getting the video game treatment. A trademark was registered by Paramount Pictures with emphasis on the electronic games industry. You can view the trademarks here and here.
The trademark specifies that the goods and services will be: “electronic games”, “electronic downloadable games”, and ““electronic game software for handheld electronic devices, video game cartridges and discs.” These trademarks were filed on the 10th of July. However, plans for the movie have not gone smoothly as the movie was halted in production and are still on shaky ground. This move by Paramount is mostly protection play as they do not want these trademarks being filed by other companies and people.
Originally released as a book in 2006, World War Z has been filming for well over 5 years now and there doesn’t seem to be a time table for a release.Posted in: News Tags: paramount, trademarks, world war z