Sin City in the works

  • Posted May 30th, 2007 by

Many fans have read the comics, even more fans have watched the movie, and now it's time to bring Sin City to video games! If you're one of the many Sin City fanatics who has dreamed of playing the storyline in a interactive unique way or just want to see Jessica Alba dancing around as a video game character then this might be your day.

Red Mile Entertainment has exclusively obtained a multi-year worldwide contract to start publishing games based upon the comic book series of Sin City. The financial details of the agreement were not disclosed for media concerns. Red Mile Entertainment is known for making "Heroes of the Pacific” and has “Jackass: The Game” in the works as well.

For those who don’t know what Sin City is, the comic series was created by Frank Miller. The story of the series takes place in Basin City--otherwise known as Sin City where crime rates are at their highest and cops have to wear full body amour. With this at hand the characters develop their own way of taking care of crime. A movie was made based on the comic book series directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller starring Bruce Willis and Jessica Alba.

When Miller was asked to comment on the whole deal he replied: “Taking Sin City into the world of video games is very exciting -- games offer a whole new way to bring audiences into Sin City, The Red Mile team has impressed me with its dedication to creating Sin City video games that will remain true to Sin City as I've always seen it.”

There is not yet a official launch date confirmed for Sin City: The Game but it’s a good guess that it will hit store shelves around the same time of Sin City 2 hitting theatres.

Stay tuned to PSU for more updates!

 

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