Spy Hunter: Nowhere To Run
You may recognize the SpyHunter name from the classic '80s arcade game. The less fortunate may recognize it from the franchise's last showing, the pitiful Spy Hunter 2 (PS2/XB/GC). Either way, it's always kept to a simple concept: Drive a fast car loaded with weapons and blow crap up.
And now Hollywood thinks this formula can work on the silver screen, as Dwayne The Rock Johnson is headed your way in a Spy Hunter movie (which has been mysteri ously delayed until next year). This is the official game. Yep, Nowhere to Run is game about a movie about a game.
We're trying to bring a different experience to Spy Hunter than just shooting and blowing up cars," says Producer Jeremy Airey. That something more is the addition of on-foot action levels starring the movie's beefy hero. And yes, the charactePP will take a page from Johnson's former career and perform wrestling moves on his enemies. Were not necessarily a wrestling game, says Airey. In fact, Nowhere to Run isn't any particular kind of game. Aside from to the manhandling moves, The Rocl will pack an assortment of firearms, making Spy Hunter a game about a car (whiclM transforms into both a boat and a motorcycle) with guns, driven by a pro wrestler with guns. Macho indeed.