The Men In Black Will Protect Our Video Game Devices Next Year

Here come the Men in Black. Everyone's favourite comedic group of galactic peacekeepers will be making a return to the big screen next year, with Men in Black III. To coincide with and complement the film's release, Activision is hard at work on a video game adaptation for our consoles and handhelds. It will bring with it action-packed and exciting shooting mechanics, with a light-hearted touch.

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Here come the Men in Black

Everyone’s favourite comedic group of galactic peacekeepers will be making a return to the big screen next year, with Men in Black III. To coincide with and complement the film’s release, Activision is hard at work on a video game adaptation for our consoles and handhelds. It will bring with it action-packed and exciting shooting mechanics, with a light-hearted touch.

Men in Black is in development at Fun Labs, who have worked with Activision on quite a few Cabela’s games.

Find out more below and as always, we’ll keep you updated if we hear more, so keep checking back. There’s no need to worry about your memory being erased here.

Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI), in partnership with Columbia Pictures, today announced an all-new Men In Black™ video game, launching as a standalone title to coincide with the global theatrical release of Men In Black III in Spring 2012. True to the spirit of the franchise, the original title will feature action-packed, yet light-hearted gameplay mixed with edge-of-your-seat shooting excitement from the universe’s most elite peacekeeping force.

“The Men In Black franchise is an unbeatable starting point to deliver a genre-bending gaming experience with a level of production value on par with Hollywood,” said David Oxford, Executive Vice President of Activision Publishing, Inc. Mark Caplan, Vice President of Licensing at Sony Pictures Entertainment, stated, “With Activision bringing the Men In Black universe to life on next gen consoles for the first time, the Men In Black video game will be both familiar to fans, an exciting beginning for the uninitiated, and revolutionary for the franchise.”

The films’ unique blend of action, humor, and eye-popping special effects will fuel the Men in Black’s gameplay experience. Utilizing the rich mythology of the Men In Black universe, the game’s original story will build on the history of the series to bring back familiar faces, while also introducing new foes. More details on gameplay features and characters will be revealed soon!

The all-new Men In Black video game is planned to launch Spring 2012 for consoles and handhelds, and is rated “RP” (Rating Pending) by the ESRB. For more information, please visit www.activision.com.


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