Despite repeatedly showcasing what seems to be very fluid gameplay, I've been giving the Green Lantern movie tie-in video game Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters a bit of a hard time for sticking Hal Jordan with his tried-and-true constructs -- you know, fists and such. Well, as those who picked up the title this week know by now, Jordan (voiced by GL movie star Ryan Reynolds) brought a plenty of creative constructs to the
Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters
Let's face it: When it comes to the Green Lantern corps, Hal Jordan is probably not the most creative dude with his constructs in the bunch. That's not a huge problem in terms of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's upcoming Green Lantern: Rise of the Man
Warner Bros. Interactive has released a new trailer for Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters that features extensive footage of in-game play. Tying-in to the upcoming Green Lantern film based on the legendary DC Comics superhero, Rise of the Manhunters appears to give players the freedom to do pretty much everything they would want to in a Green Lantern game (except kill all the other Green Lanterns, steal their rings and reboot the universe).The Manhunters were the first galactic police force created
As fun as it might have been to punch Hector Hammond in his oversized face in a literal translation of this summer's Green Lantern movie, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's found an much more robust way to occupy gamers in the film's upcoming videogame tie-in -- smashing an army of evil robots
As mediocre as most movie tie-in videogames are, it's been something of a relief to see that Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters will serve to augment the Green Lantern film rather than simply replay its source material. Of course, that doesn't mean new info on the game doesn't help to shed some light on Warner Bros.' June 17 release. As expected, the game will
Most casual comic fans are stoked about DC/Warner Bros. upcoming "Green Lantern" feature film, but the hardcore fans are already looking forward to the merchandise -- in other words, when are we getting action figures, assorted gear and, the mother of all tie-ins, the video game?
Well, the wait -- and it was certainly a short one at that -- is over, Lantern fans, as DC and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced the first ever Green Lantern video game, "Green La