Hey, everyone. ”Moriarty” here. N’Gai Croal is the very smart guy who runs the excellent gaming blog for Newsweek called LEVEL UP, and he’s got an interview up today that makes me giddy. Yeah, I said giddy. And I mean it. After all, according to this, we’re going to see FURY ROAD after all, the last of the MAD MAX films, and this is one of the few “decades-later” sequels that I honestly can’t wait to see happen. And in addition to finally seeing the film get made, there’s going to be a MAD MAX game that’s developed by Cory Barlog, director of GOD OF WAR II, which means that there’s a chance I’ll be able to play the racing scenes from THE ROAD WARRIOR as a game on my PS3. If that ever comes true, I may explode from overjoy. Check this out and bookmark the blog while you’re there. It’s worth a daily read:
Harry and Jack, Better late than never, right? I've just posted Day Two of my Cory Barlog-George Miller extravaganza, in which I reveal that the two men's first collaboration will be a "Mad Max" action-adventure game-- featuring melee, projectile and vehicular combat--inspired by the as-yet-unfilmed movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" that Miller was preparing to shoot in 2003 before the war in Iraq put his plans on hold. Today's posts also include an insightful two-part Q&A with Miller himself. Here are the relevant links: Announcement of the Mad Max videogame George Miller Q&A, Part I George Miller Q&A, Part II Cheers, N.