The British Academy of Film and Television Arts today announced the nominations for the 2006 BAFTA Video Game Awards. 24: The Game was a nominee in the Best Screenplay category. Here’s the full list of nominees for Best Screenplay: 24: The Game (SCEE) Psychonauts (THQ) Rogue Trooper (Eidos) The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (2K Games)… View Article
24: The Game
X-Play’s Adam Sessler reviews 24: The Game and rates it a rather poor 2 out of 5. YouTube Link: 24 The Game X-play Review
GameTrailers has reviewed 24: The Game scoring it a decent 7.1 out of 10. They praise the story written by Duppy Demetrius saying that it could work as a standalone season of the show. But overall they are disappointed, calling out easy puzzles and frustrating gameplay. They recommend to rent it for the story.
The hallmark of a Hollywood action movie tends to be how many explosions can be packed into 90 minutes of celluloid action. But those big bangs cost big bucks, so scriptwriters often have to scale back their ambitions. However, explosions come cheap in the virtual world, as Duppy Demetrius found out when writing the story… View Article
Soundtrack of Hotly Anticipated Action Title Released Oxfordshire, UK – 8th March – Nimrod Productions, in association with Fox Music, today revealed details of the release of the Original Soundtrack to the first-person action thriller title, 24: The Game. Nimrod Productions recorded Sean Callery’s original score for the Sony Computer Entertainment Europe game release with… View Article
Popular gaming website GameSpot has reviewed 24: The Game and called the gameplay “kind of half-assed” with “clunky” shooting mechanics. They scored it a 6.2/10. Check out their video review by Alex Navarro below:
Did you want to see the storyline behind 24: The Game but don’t have a PlayStation 2? Well YouTube user h5ijk5yu6ki6ki has got you covered, as they’ve uploaded every cinematic from the game. The video clocks in at a whopping one hour and twenty five minutes, so set some time aside. YouTube Link: 24: The… View Article
New York, NY – February 28, 2006 – 2K Games, a publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO), today announced that 24: The Game — the action title based on the hit Fox television series “24” starring Kiefer Sutherland — has shipped to retail stores across North America. 24: The Game is available… View Article
Mark Green, the Studio Communications Manager at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe’s Cambridge office was interviewed by IGN to fill everyone in on the details of 24: The Game. IGN: One of the most significant aspects of 24: The Game is that it’s set between Seasons 2 and 3. Why was this particular timeline chosen? Green:… View Article
Here’s the fourth trailer for 24: The Game. Ever wanted to be Jack Bauer? Now you can be – Drive, Interrogate, Hack.
Here’s the third trailer for 24: The Game which reveals some more story elements and gameplay.
Kiefer Sutherland took the stage at Spike’s VGA awards and revealed 24: The Game to fans in attendance. YouTube Link: Kiefer Sutherland Reveals 24: The Game 12/10/05
Here’s the “24: The Game – Behind the Scenes” video presented by Kiefer Sutherland himself. This special feature was included on the 24 Season 4 DVD. Have you ever wanted to know more about the world of 24? Did you ever wonder how President Palmer recovered from the attempt on his life? Who was really… View Article
Mark Green, Communications Manager for Sony’s Cambridge Studio, has spoke with IGN about working with actors on 24: The Game. After whittling down 100s of actors to a shortlist of six; after holding auditions whilst patched-in by transatlantic phone call; after having MP3s of their voices sent over to Cambridge; after making our final decisions;… View Article
Tim Hall, producer for 2k West gives a rundown of 24: The Game to GameSpot.