Captain America Going Back In Time To Battle Nazis
Well...all right. We had too many WWII shooters but that doesn't mean developers are ready to leave the WWII theme behind.
But if you think about the history, such a project might be far more reasonable than initially believed. See, Captain America actually debuted way back in 1941, which just so happens to coincide with the second great war and in fact, the superhero was created to aid the U.S. in the war effort. And yes, that included battling Nazis. So, perhaps it isn't a stretch at all to say that a new Captain America, based in WWII, in both video game and movie form, is on the way. The movie will star Chris Evans ("Fantastic 4"), Tommy Lee Jones (take your pick), and Samuel L. Jackson (again) and it'll be entitled, "Captain America: First Avenger." The game will be called Captain America: Super Soldier, and it'll be a "third-person action adventure" set in a large castle complex and various foes from the original comic books (Iron Cross included). Gameplay will revolve around hand-to-hand combat, platforming, and that patented invincible shield.
Super Soldier is in development at Next Level (they made the new Punch-Out) and is slated to arrive for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, PSP and DS some time next year.
Related Game(s): Captain America: Super Soldier
10/5/2010 8:56:48 PM John Shepard