Tarantino slices onto PC
11th Feb 2005 | 10:32
Last time we heard about the adaptation of Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs it was heading solely to consoles, now it looks like Bill Gate's friends will get in on the action with the announcement that Mr Pink, Mr White and Mr Orange are heading to the PC too.
Reservoir Dogs is part of three-game deal between SCi and 2K Games, the Take-Two subsidiary announced today they're publishing the upcoming SCi titles Conflict: Global Terror, Carmageddon and of course, Reservoir Dogs for console and PC.
In an unsurprising statement Christoph Hartmann, Senior Vice President of Publishing for 2K Games said: "We're very pleased to be working with SCi, all three of these titles illustrate 2K Games' commitment to producing high quality games from proven franchises and existing licenses." Well he was hardly going to send out a press release proclaiming his love for EA was he?
Conflict: Global Terror and Carmageddon are set to be unleashed on consoles and PC in late 2005.
Reservoir Dogs, the Quentin Tarantino classic cult film, is being adapted into a seedy crime-filled action title for consoles and PC and is scheduled for release in 2006.