The lights are on
Atlus, publisher of games like Demon's Souls and Etrian Odyssey, is working with developer Old School Games to make a video game tie-in for an upcoming supernatural buddy cop movie.
Starring Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges, R.I.P.D. (that's "Rest in Peace Department") hits theaters on July 19. The accompanying video game releases this summer as well.
We have a few screens, but Atlus hasn't shared many details regarding the game itself. If the film trailer below is any indicator, you can probably count on the game featuring a co-op mode.
R.I.P.D. is coming to Steam, Xbox Live Arcade, and the PlayStation Network.
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Aaaaaaw. Cute! I might get it just as a *** you to the world.
Looks quirky and fun, i love it
Jeff Bridges facial hair makes it worth watching but I don't think it would entice me to buy the game.
I wonder why Atlus of all Developers would be doing this. It makes no sense.
this game is gonna blow chunks
Movie tie-in game? Yeah I think I'll wait for the reviews.
Atlus.. what are you doing? Are you feeling alright? I guess if you're tight on cash, you'd do this, but really... things like Demon's Souls and Persona are more your style... not movie tie-ins.
Can't wait. I'm super excited.
Wait.. What the heck IS this?!
Who is Old School Games? *hits google, types in "Old School Games, developer*
Oh. Uh... uuuuuuuuggghhhh.
i can already see fights over who gets to be Jeff bridges