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GI.n Interviews Freedom Force

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GI.n Interviews Freedom Force

Interview - posted by Exitium on Mon 21 February 2005, 20:56:05

Tags: Freedom Force versus the Third Reich; Irrational Games; Ken Levine

GI.n has conducted an interview with Irrational Ken Levine covering the subject of his latest game, Freedom Force vs. The Third Reich. The interview doesn't talk about anything new, but here's a couple of stupid questions:

GamersInfo.net: Any chance we'll ever see a Freedom Force movie? How about novels or comic books? What about an MMO based-in the Freedom Force universe?

Ken Levine: Funny that you should mention that. You can pick up issue 1 and 2 of the all-new Freedom Force comic by Image Comics. Look for it in stores now! Eric Deiter's writing and Tom Scioli's art really capture the spirit of the game with impeccable precision. Freedom Force fans and comic fans won't be disappointed.​
Nice dodge. I can tell Ken Levine and his pals at Irrational aren't huge fans of MMOs.

GamersInfo.net: Has City of Heroes been an influence on the team at all? What about the recent spate of superhero films such as the Spider-man and X-men series?

Ken Levine: A few of us have played CoH. I can't really say that it's influenced us since it's so different in genre, aesthetic and overall execution. The resurgence of comic book films has certainly been inspiring. They'd probably inspire us regardless of what type of game we were working on. In general, they've been great films that leverage many of the same elements that make games engaging.​
I honestly can't see what the big deal is with CoH.

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