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Post by Dan @ 11:50am 18/04/11 | 8 Comments
Warner have released the first actual gameplay trailer for their upcoming action game Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters, which of course, is the obligatory videogame tie-in that's due to accompany the film starring Ryan Reynolds in a few months.

As we all know, video games based on films seldom work out to the benefit of gamers. That said, Warner have at least one feather in their cap with the acclaimed Batman Arkham Asylum proving that games based on their superhero comic licenses can actually work if handled correctly.

Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters is in the works at Double Helix Games, the California-based team who most recently brought us Front Mission Evolved and while the gameplay in this new trailer isn't exactly Arkham Asylum quality, it at least appears to be a cut about the recent Thor and Captain America offerings.

Watch the Green Lantern Gameplay trailer embedded below, or click here for the HD option.

Several screenshots can be found over on our new game page.

Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters is due on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo 3DS on June 15th.

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Latest Comments
Posted 11:55am 18/4/11
Did he just throw a Raptor at someone? Can he do that?
Posted 12:06pm 18/4/11
you jealous?
Posted 12:07pm 18/4/11
I am!
Posted 12:07pm 18/4/11
wow i want the light thingy he has haha nb vid
Posted 01:51pm 18/4/11
That actually doesn't look half bad, I like that they're coming up with an original story for the game too and not just trying to do the movie's story, thats what worked really well for the few movie tie-ins that were good (well, Ridd*** is the only one that springs to mind actually).
Posted 01:59pm 18/4/11
I'm not optimistic. I'm sure the developers tried to do a good job, but publishers for movie tie-ins always seem to make it impossible to make something good.
Posted 07:53pm 18/4/11
he just threw a fighter jet...
Posted 07:55pm 18/4/11
Did he just throw a Raptor at someone? Can he do that?

He is only limited by his imagination.
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