James Cameron's Avatar: Second developer diary published
Since 2007 James Cameron has been working on his mammoth project Avatar which is planned to hit cinema screens in 2009. At the same time Ubisoft is developing the game whose first of five developer diaries has been published now.
Original article September 22:Today Ubisoft announced the release of the first of altogether five developer diaries about James Cameron's Avatar: The Game. The video shows the cooperation with James Cameron and his film team during the game developing process of the upcoming cinema blockbuster James Cameron's Avatar. By exchanging ideas and suggestions between the film and game developer team James Cameron's Avatar: The Game will offer a unique game experience and the Avatar universe will be strikingly expanded.
Update October 28, 2009
The second of five developer diaries is dedicated to Planet Pandora - the setting of James Cameron's Avatar: The Game. The developer team talks about the paradisiacal beauty of the planet and states at the same time that Pandora is not only fascinating but deadly as well. The developers explain the rising of the conflict between humans and Na'vi as well as they provide background information about the inhabitants of the green planet and the creatures that live there.
Background James Cameron's Avatar: The Game
James Cameron's Avatar: The Game is the official videogame of the keenly awaited blockbuster James Cameron's Avatar. The players will explore the exotic planet Pandora which will be beyond anybody's grasp. You will meet the Na'vi, Pandora's native population, and you will discover creatures as well as other life forms that have never been seen in a videogame before. When a conflict between the RDA Corporation, a space syndicate searching for valuable resources, and the Na'vi breaks out the player gets drawn into the fight about the planet's heart and destiny of a whole civilization.
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