A classic movie looking to be made into an interactive experience and the worries about the latest in the Resident Evil franchise, were unfounded.

FOX's Eammonn Dignam has the latest in 'FOX Bits':

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Francis Ford Coppola looking to turn his film 'Apocalypse Now' into a game:

Posted on the crowd funding site Kickstarter. He is looking to do it without any major publisher's help either:
(Coppola) "Some game industry executives told us we should license our film and make a shooter game or do a mobile version."
Members of the team that would build the game come from hit games 'Fallout- New Vegas', and 'Far Cry'.
The game would follow main character Captain Benjamin Willard on a secret mission to assassinate the rogue Colonel Kurtz who is leading a group of Cambodians during the Vietnam War.

The reviews are in for 'Resident Evil' Seven 'Biohazard' and they're good:

The demo had many people wondering if it was closer to a reboot than a sequel, it's a redesign both in game play and in style for the horror series by Capcom that has been running for close to 20 years and helped revitalize Zombie's in all forms of media.

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