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> SHAUN OF THE DEAD THE GAME, THERE NEED'S TO BE ONE
Should they make one
Should they make one
Yes [ 52 ] ** [75.36%]
No [ 11 ] ** [15.94%]
Maybe [ 6 ] ** [8.70%]
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post Mar 20 2005, 05:36 PM
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Really they just need to do resident evil with blunt objects and no guns, until right near the end.
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post Mar 20 2005, 07:02 PM
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well its like i said earlier on this thread - they should make a shaun of the dead version of monopoly!!!! tongue.gif
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post Mar 20 2005, 07:21 PM
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QUOTE (Omniscia @ Mar 20 2005, 01:52 AM)
I don't personally think it would work. There isn't really enough in the film for a decent game. Don't get me wrong, I love the film, but I just don't think it's broad enough to support a game.

Dawn of the Dead, on the other hand, would make an excellent game. You've got a whole range of possibly levels to choose from -- the tenement raid, the shopping mall, the airfield. In the case of Shaun, though, if it were a straight adaptation, you'd have a brief driving game followed by a pub shootout, with some walking in between. And all that choice dialogue can't really be played through.
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Yes, but the game can have bits added to it - it doesn't have to follow the exact same plot as the film. Take the Harry Potter games for example. They do have the same basic plot as the books/movies but then there's all of those things you do on the side, like learning new spells etc, so a Shaun of the Dead game could do the same sort of thing.
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post Apr 4 2005, 05:28 PM
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I Dunno Hows this for a slice of fried Gold?!

Level 1: Bloody Mary- A level cut in half, first half a video sequence showing Mary and the fat bloke then fighting the one armed groom, this should teach you how to pick up items and use them to your advantage! Part 2 is throwing things at Mary and the other one and using your melee weapon (cricket bat) to kill them. This should teach you how to use weapons i.e. hand to hand or just throw them

Level 2: Meet The Parents- A vid then a fight fo the Jag

Level 3:Damsel in Distress-A video sequence and then you have to get to Liz's flat without being bitten, you have to climb up the wall, then after another vid you have to battle your way to the car ( they have to put more zombs though to make it harder)

Level 4:Swingball Wizard- One on One with the Pyjama Zombie!

Level 5:Taking Shortcuts-Get to the Winchester through Shaun's shortcut.Obviosly zombies will be added and it will be made longer so it can be a level.

Level 6:The Getaway-another vid then Shaun running from the zombies.It should be done so if you go to slowly the wave of zombs behind you eats you and there should be some ahead of you to quickly bash as you run (or avoid if you're low risk but you get points for killing them!).

Level 7:Killer Queen- Smack up John the Barman as a zombie to the excellant Queen song, Dont Stop Me Now!

Level 8:Shots At The Bar- The gun battle at the Winchester.

Level 9:Out Of The Frying Pan- Battling outside the Winchester until the army arrive!

When you win with Shaun then it's Ed's time to shine.

Level 1: Bloody Mary-Same as before.

Level 2: Grand Theft Auto-Nick Pete's car and get to Barbara's.(Knocking over zombies for bonus points!)

Level 3: Pranged It- A lovely pointless level in which you get to smash up Pete's car biggrin.gif !

Level 4: Damsel In Distress- drive to Liz's in the Jag, then circle the block 'til Shaun needs picking up.

Level 5: Taking Shortcuts- A vid then follow Shaun and help him take out zombs!

Level 6: Killer Queen- Help Shaun smack up John the Barman!

Level 7: Shots at the Bar- Same as Shaun's.

Level 8: Basement Blowout- Use your last 2 shots to do some damage!(More of a mini-game than a level.)

Bonus Level-After completing both characters play as Shaun leading zombie Ed to the shed.

And That is why Shaun of the Dead has enough stuff to be a game, and a truly brilliant game it would be! biggrin.gif
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post Apr 4 2005, 05:32 PM
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Games of films suck. That`s one constant in this Universe.
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post Apr 4 2005, 06:47 PM
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but with the original crew supervising that may change. There's a first time for everything
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post Apr 22 2005, 02:12 PM
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QUOTE (Omniscia @ Mar 20 2005, 01:52 AM)
I don't personally think it would work. There isn't really enough in the film for a decent game. Don't get me wrong, I love the film, but I just don't think it's broad enough to support a game.

Dawn of the Dead, on the other hand, would make an excellent game. You've got a whole range of possibly levels to choose from -- the tenement raid, the shopping mall, the airfield. In the case of Shaun, though, if it were a straight adaptation, you'd have a brief driving game followed by a pub shootout, with some walking in between. And all that choice dialogue can't really be played through.
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You will be happy to know that george romero is working with some games company to make a game based on the trillogy of the dead and land of the dead i guess.
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post Apr 22 2005, 03:17 PM
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If some on had some spare time on their hands maybe they could do an artists impression?
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post May 7 2005, 09:47 PM
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while we're on the topic on "...of the dead" topics, the video game company has agreed to let george romero direct the console version of dawn of the dead, no information yet. I will tell you when it happens.
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post May 8 2005, 06:45 AM
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Speaking as someone who writes about video games for a living, all these game ideas make me want to kill myself. It's that, or risking possibly playing them, and death seems preferable.

As someone else said, games based on movies suck, it's a universal constant.

If someone can point out TWO movies that were made into good games, I will cop to it and admit I'm wrong. (It has to be original movie properties, so Spider-Man and it's ilk don't count.)
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post May 8 2005, 07:35 AM
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I can point out one: Aladdin for the SNES, he he. ( well, i iked it)
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post May 8 2005, 11:44 AM
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QUOTE (UncleBone @ May 8 2005, 06:45 AM)
Speaking as someone who writes about video games for a living, all these game ideas make me want to kill myself. It's that, or risking possibly playing them, and death seems preferable.

As someone else said, games based on movies suck, it's a universal constant.

If someone can point out TWO movies that were made into good games, I will cop to it and admit I'm wrong. (It has to be original movie properties, so Spider-Man and it's ilk don't count.)
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The punisher wasn't bad.
Resident evil(if it counts.).
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post Aug 1 2005, 07:43 PM
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QUOTE (UncleBone @ May 8 2005, 06:45 AM)
Speaking as someone who writes about video games for a living, all these game ideas make me want to kill myself. It's that, or risking possibly playing them, and death seems preferable.

As someone else said, games based on movies suck, it's a universal constant.

If someone can point out TWO movies that were made into good games, I will cop to it and admit I'm wrong. (It has to be original movie properties, so Spider-Man and it's ilk don't count.)
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Goldeneye(N64)(Avg.Score:94.9%)
Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butche Bay(XBOX)(Avg.Score:88.5%)

And I don't think SOTD would make a good game unless they added more action and extended the action bits from the film.
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post Aug 2 2005, 05:33 PM
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you do kinda have the game on the website but I spose your talking about console purposes then its an cool idea
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