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Activision Making Men in Black Video Game

Posted on Thursday, October 13 @ 08:13:54 PST by


Uh, it's the M.I.Bs! Here come the Men in Black. They usually won't let you remember, but in this case, Activision won't let you forget them. No matter how hard you try.

Activision announced today, a partnership with Columbia Pictures, which has Kotick's goons producing a standalone Men in Black game to coincide with the theatrical release of Men in Black III when it releases in Spring 2012.

The game will be an original story building on the "history of the series" and will bring back "familiar faces" while introducing "new foes". Men in Black, the game, will release in Spring 2012 on consoles and handheld platforms.

I'm strangely excited about this game. I think they must have got to me with that memory-eraser thingy and cleared any recollection of the first two movies, resulting in a new-found interest in this new one. Wait, did I write this? Damn, that memory thing is really powerful.

Note: The above sentence is purely fiction. I have my memory and I am not at all excited about a Men in Black video game, nor a new movie. I have good taste, I promise.
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