De Niro vs. Pacino: The Video Game

by | May 10, 2006 | Comments

They did it to "The Warriors." They did it to "The Godfather." And now they’re doing it to one of Michael Mann‘s most widely-admired movies. Yes, get ready for "Heat: The Video Game."

Says Variety: "Regency Enterprises and Titan Prods. are developing a videogame followup to the Michael Mann-helmed 1995 thriller. Game is currently in early development by Gearbox Software, best known for WWII game "Brother in Arms."

Neither Mann nor stars Robert De Niro and Al Pacino are currently involved, but game producers hope to get them on board soon. Just as the film follow the conflicting paths of a thief and the police officer out to get him, game will let players take either role. "Heat" is targeted for release in late 2007."

Oh yeah, there’s a "Jaws" game coming out this summer, too. It looks pretty darn cool.

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