Acclaim gets cosy with DC

Another comic book adaptation on the way.

Hot on the heels of yesterday's press release, Acclaim has announced another comic-based title. This time, DC Comics' 100 Bullets is to make an appearance on "next-gen gaming systems."

Created by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, 100 Bullets is an award-winning "pulp noir", chronicling the dark exploits of one Agent Graves, a rogue member of a secret organisation. The game apparently furnishes players with great characters and deep storytelling combined with some nerve-wracking action which will - in keeping with its comic book origin - encourage players to think before they shoot, asking them to explore the moral implications of their actions.

We're wondering how many more comic book adaptation announcements Acclaim has up its sleeve. Perhaps they'd just like to get them all out of the way now and save us some effort eh?

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