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Today independent film studio The Weinstein Company announced that it is launching its own videogame label. Dubbed TWC Games, the new division will work closely with developers and publisher to help create mobile, social, and console games based off of intellectual properties owned by The Weinstein Company and its subsidiarity Dimension Films.

While the press release did not mention any specific titles that TWC has in the works, it did make a point to list off some of it’s popular IPs, such as: Scream, Hellraiser, Scary Movie, and Children of the Corn.
I don’t know about you guys, but Hellraiser 1 and 2 are two of my favorite movies. I can imagine how cool it would be if there was a game like Amnesia: The Dark Descent set in the Hellraiser universe. You’d have to run around the Hell dimension looking for the puzzle box before the Cenobite find you. Just thinking about it is getting me excited. Hopefully The Weinstein Company is a fan of Gamer Limit and will make my horror game dreams come true.

What do you guys think about this? What Weinstein Company IP do you think would make a good game and why? Let us know what you think with a comment below.

Source: Shacknews

  1. CoD + Bulletstorm = Inglorious Basterds
    Bulletstorm + Star Wars + Diner Dash = Clerks II
    Peace.

    • avatar Kavita

      Right, capital (money or oetparing funds) has nothing to do with capitalism. Making a movie (which is a private enterprise between partners) and you paying to see the movie has nothing to do with capitalism, right? And then suing for what you think you are owed from this private enterprise has nothing to do with capitalism, right? You must be a graduate of an American school with a 4.9 GPA all extra credit, right? What is your area of expertise, liberal arts? Are you a teacher too? Boy, are we in trouble if you are.Capitalism is an economic system in which the means of production are privately owned and operated for a private profit; decisions regarding supply, demand, price, distribution, and investments are made by private persons in the free market; profit is sent to owners who invest in businesses, and wages are paid to workers employed by businesses and companies.There is no controversy that private ownership of the means of production, creation of goods or services for profit in a market, and prices and wages are elements of capitalism. Some define capitalism as where all the means of production are privately owned, and some define it more loosely where merely most are in private hands.And don’t tell me Wikipedia is not a good info source because Wikipedia got all of it’s definitions from Webster’s Dictionary. Do you believe in the Webster conspiracy too?

  2. avatar Tody

    As we all know, when you’ve made $19.8 million on a film, and the subcejt matter peripherally involves a patriotic flashpoint, this automatically allows anyone the right not to pay you the $2.7 million they may owe you. Because you’ve just plain made enough. Or something. A well-known point of law!Also a matter of record: no one in Hollywood has ever sued anyone else in Hollywood, over disputes involving profits owed. Why, that’s just crazy talk! Especially when you essentially prove that they do it all the time, in your own broadside against him.I would be semi-fascinated to know what it is about Michael Moore that’s REALLY honking you off, because this is inane. And BTW, I live in NYC, and I can tell you with absolute certainty that just about no one here is so caught up in the whole Mayor 9.11 hype, that you couldn’t assemble a jury who wouldn’t be so Outraged at Michael Moore for not drinking the Bush-Cheney Kool-Aid, that they’d never find for him. I defy you to submit the slightest evidence that this would be the case.And besides, even if I were to stipulate that this were somehow the case, jury shopping is only one of a number of reasons that attorneys file suits where they file them. C’mon, you know this. Gimme a break.

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