G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra is the gift that keeps on giving. Even if you didn’t like the game a whole lot, it has offered a wealth of great concept art to enjoy. Friend of the site notpicard has come across another slate of concept art from Darran Hurlbut, which features some characters and some environments seen in the game. Big thanks to him for passing the info along.
Quickly becoming one of my favorite things to check up on, the G.I. Joe: Special Ops online game has added two more familiar faces to the roster today with Lady Jaye and the Cobra Viper. Taking elements from various continuities, G.I. Joe: Special Ops seems like it’s trying to sample the best from everything. Lady Jaye wears a tactical vest and is an established hard ass, yet she totes around javelins, and wears her hair long sort of like Adrianne Palicki.
The Cobra Viper looks a lot like the Viper we all know and love, but with a distinctly Sideshow Collectibles twist. Thjey seem to be bringing a lot of very cool elements together. Now we just have to see how the game plays! Check out the SyFy G.I. Joe: Special Ops website, and also check out the mirrored images below.
Vanishing Point from JoeBattleLines is reporting that both GameCrazy and GameStop will be having pre-order exclusives for G.I. Joe: The Rise of COBRA. This is what he’s reporting:
GameCrazy.com will have a “classic Scarlett skin” including the kevlar body suit with leather gloves, boots and leotard, red marksman pad.
GameStop.com will have a “classic Duke skin” as well as an exclusive comic book.
While I haven’t been able to confirm anything with GameCrazy as of yet, a visit to GameStop.com reveals this information:
“YO JOE! Reserve G.I. JOE The Rise of Cobra and receive an exclusive 22-page limited edition collectible comic book with pull out poster and the unlock code for the classic uniform for Conrad “DUKE” Hauser. Available for online and in-store customers while supplies last.
Online / In-Store Pickup Customers: Exclusive comic book and code to unlock Duke’s uniform will be shipped with the game.
Store Customers: Exclusive comic book and code to unlock Duke’s uniform will be available at time of reservation.”
Big thanks to Vanishing Point for the information!
Dark 5cythe from the Terror Drome got a chance to get some hands on time with the Rise of COBRA video game at E3, and reports on his findings here.
“I’ve been at the LA Convention Center for E3 all day! I’m tired, but excited! I got to play the Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS versions of the G.I. Joe Rise of Cobra game. And it doesn’t disapoint.
Let me get something out of the way, this is a movie game. But they made the wise choice of NOT mirroring the movies events. The quality is nice and the gameplay was fun. This isn’t Gears of War as you can tell from the graphics, but it doesn’t make it any less fun.
It felt very much inspired by Contra — a-run-n-gun feel to the game. It’s a fun shoot em up, that anyone can pick up and play.”
Toy News International has just posted a new fact sheet provided by Electronic Arts in regards to the upcoming Rise of COBRA video game. This fact sheet outlines a lot of stuff that we already know about the game, but at least gets it all together into one cohesive post. The specific details are below:
We’ve seen GamePro and IGN both post previews of the upcoming Rise of COBRA video game by Electronic Arts, and due to the 2009 Game Developer’s Conference, a few other sites got their hands on an early build and have reported their findings as well. Although they don’t give us the level of detail (or the new screenshots) that the previous two previews do, there are still some nuggets of information (like Shipwreck being a playable character)! Anyway, check out the links below to visit some more sites doing coverage of the upcoming game.