UbiSoft and Disney Interactive have teamed up to bring the computer-graphics based movie Dinosaur to life on gaming platforms.
If the trailer for the movie shown by the companies at Milia 2000 is anything to go by, the game will be on every family's Christmas list. Dinosaur, like Toy Story II, has been entirely computer generated.
Thierry Braille, president of Disney Interactive Europe, is confident the game will be as successful as that of Tarzan. He said gamers now expect games to come out in conjunction with movies. "We work closely with the studios and see the scripts all the way through to ensure this," he said.
The Dinosaur adventure game will be out on both PC and games consoles in time for Christmas 2000.
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