Mad Max: This Trailer for a Game is Also a Game
Here’s a clever little oddity the marketing team at WB Games cobbled together. It’s one thing to show us a trailer demonstrating the multiple choices you can make in your game; it’s another meta beast to turn the trailer itself into a multiple choice game.
Above, you get to choose your own (mad) adventure to the payoff of vehicular carnage – Australian...
Mad Max: Fury Road - Created by MinSuk Kim
I don’t care how much of 2015 is left. This is my Film of the Year.
“If I’m gonna die, I’m gonna die historic on a fury road!”
Painted pretty much as soon as I got out of the theater!! Will be part of my upcoming second solo show, “MOMENTS II,” which opens on June 12th (come to the opening if you’re in the NYC area!) Prints to be sold through Bottleneck Gallery.
I’m only going to say this once. Because you’re probably hearing it from every recess, avenue, and nook of the internet right about now. So, here goes, just the once: Sony destroyed Microsoft today.
Sony sat back and did what resourceful companies do; they observed. All of Microsoft’s weak spots, the negative reaction, even their own fans directly voicing their opinions through Twitter, blogs, and vlogs. Sony listened, waited, and after assessing the situation…they struck. Hard, fast, and not without some self-appreciative glee.
Sony and Microsoft have two next-gen consoles so similar in intent and execution, all the gaming public could do was look for the key differences. Those differences, unfortunately for the Big M, came down to a war of ideologies. And in this case Sony smartly – and deliberately – petitioned for the people.