Xbox One | 360 | XBLA  PS4 | PS3 | PSN  Wii U | VC    3DS  PS Vita  iOS    PC    Retro    


  » news
  » reviews
  » previews
  » cheat codes
  » release dates
  » screenshots
  » videos

  » specials
  » interviews

  » facebook
  » twitter
  » contests

  » games list
  » franchises
  » companies
  » genres
  » staff
 

Will you buy an Xbox One X on November 7?

Yes
No
Undecided


Game Profile
 Written by John Scalzo  on February 11, 2009

News: Take the fight to Cobra this Summer.



When Transformers became a live action movie hit a few years ago, it was only a matter of time before its 80s cartoon counterpart, G.I. Joe, got the live action treatment as well. And unsurprisingly, when G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra storms theaters this Summer it will also arrive with a video game adaptation courtesy of Electronic Arts.

The game will be released this Augsust for the DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PSP, Wii and Xbox 360. Unlike many movie-based games, it won't be a direct adaptation, but instead will take place after the events of the movie. According to EA, some of the levels will even be based on events from the cartoon series. Players will also be able to control 12 different G.I. Joe soldiers (with their own unique weapons and abilities) in both single player sotry mode and a two-player co-op story mode.

EA plans to introduce the G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra game to the world at the 2009 Toy Fair, which takes place this weekend in New York City.

Oh, and if you haven't seen the trailer for the movie yet, check it out here. It makes me giddy.

We'll have more soon.



User Comments

SAG-AFTRA Reaches Tentative Agreement to End 11 Month Strike


WWE 2K18 Coming to PC on the Same Day as the Console Versions


Fire Emblem Warriors Reveals DLC Plan Over the Next Six Months


Attack on Titan 2 is Coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4 and PC


Steamworld Dig 2 Review - An Addicting Gameplay Loop That Encourages Exploration


Call of Duty: WWII Documentary Released by Sledgehammer Games


Nintendo eShop is Getting Nine New Games This Week for the Switch


Nier: Automata Surpasses Two Million Units Shipped Worldwide


Call of Duty: WWII Allies Trailers Released by Activision


Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is Headed to Nintendo Switch






Home    •    About Us    •    Contact Us    •    Advertise    •    Jobs    •    Privacy Policy    •    Site Map
Copyright ©1999-2012 Matt Swider. All rights reserved. Site Programming copyright © 2004 Bill Nelepovitz - NeositeCMS