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    Black Ice - A new Bond game for the Wii?

    This may be good news for some of you...

    I am planning a game codenamed "Black Ice" for the Nintendo Wii. My intentions are to get the game's storyline and details planned out fully, then send them of to Activision and see if they will make the game for me.

    My friend has a Wii and one day we were talking about how cool it would be if Nightfire was ported to the Wii's platform. At the time there were no Wii shotters out (none that I had seen, anyway), and I was thinking how cool the Wii remolte would be for aiming and stuff.

    So, typical of me, I go do something about it.

    I have asked around on the NF forums (http://nightfire-clan-forum.freepgs....ef57a7a80841a5) for opinions of good things/bad things about Bond games, seeing as there has been so much controversy about them. If I get enough good factors, I can combine them into a game plan for Acti to make and possibly create the best Bond game ever!...

    ...Or so I hope.

    Don't get your hopes up just yet because I haven't even finished the planning. However, I hope Acti will take me up on this offer, it's not like I'm asking to be paid or anything, they'll get all the money out of it.

    Introduction (M's briefing):
    “A crystal has been created by NASA using newly discovered particle combinations from Mars, the details having been relayed back to Earth via the Odyssey Probe. It is pure black, cold and surprisingly light to the touch and any light that falls onto it is absorbed in a peculiar way. Its most interesting property, however, is that when a focussed laser beam is shone through the crystal, anything it hits has its mass neutralised to light particles and waves.

    “This crystal, nicknamed 'Black Ice', is subject to great interest throughout the scientific industry in America, as it provides vital information for the research into Einstein's Theory of Relativity.

    “Unfortunately, soon after transmitting the crystal's data back to Earth, the Odyssey Probe came across a violent sandstorm and has stopped responding to signals. Scientists can only assume it has been destroyed. Consequently, it would be a tragedy if either the crystal or the vital particle construction data was lost.

    “Ordinarily, MI6 would not concern itself with matters outside of the United Kingdom. However, the NASA Scientists operate closely with some of the leading space research organisations here in Britain and we have been called upon to investigate reported suspicious activity.

    “A silent alarm was tripped at the Ames Research Centre in Calif where the crystal's data was kept; NASA believes that that the burglar's aim was to make a copy of it. Luckily, night patrol staff at the centre were able to gave an accurate description of the trespasser, which has matched up with the appearance of George Harland, a man who was a known American associate of a company called Ionova. However, it is unknown whether Ionova still employ him.

    “Ionova is an English company which designs and manufactures optical devices such as CD ROM drives, optical mice and cameras. It also specialises in equipment for laser eye surgery and sells to opticians and hospitals around the world. Its administrator, Julian Vanesh, became an entrepreneur at the age of 21, developing a new type of computer processor which transmitted data as light and was capable of revolutionising the computer industry. Unfortunately, a large fire destroyed Vanesh's laboratory, the cause of which is still unknown, and all the research was lost.

    “MI6 have been investigating Vanesh's movements since the January of 2006, when he held a conference for his company in Germany; 5 investigative journalists died on a plane headed back for America when its GPS system malfunctioned and the plane crashed into the Atlantic Ocean. The journalists had criticized Ionova at the conference for being “Environmentally unfriendly” when disposing of their products.

    “Another man named Michael Nortan was fired from his job as Ionova's Chief Public Relations Executive after allegations were made to him about an affair with Mr. Vanesh's wife, Caroline. His body was found two weeks later in Scotland inside a mangled car, although his family insist it wasn't his.

    “Recently, Ionova has announced that they will be holding a press conference in London to show off their newest piece of equipment, the Threadcutter. Apparently it is a microscopic laser designed for keyhole surgery and is set to speed up operations, make them safer and less painful. Bond, we would like you to attend this conference under the cover of a rich businessman and try and keep tabs on Vanesh. A CIA agent, Miss Briant, will meet with you there.

    “Bring back any information you can on Vanesh's next movements, but don't lose your cover. Good luck, 007.”
    Any comments, or especially suggestions, are much welcomed. It can only make it better!

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    ok.........
    i dont think activision will make this!
    sounds good though

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    You've got to be optimistic though. Stranger things have happened...

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    There are some things you could word better, such as eliminating one of the back-to-back "lights" in sentence #2. But, I don't think it's that bad. I don't play Bond games, so I can't jump all over you or praise you for anything, but yeah...not bad.

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    Erm, I hate to tell you this, but any games companies, film directors etc... Will not even look at unsolicited material like this. Not even if you said you didn't want any money from it. Companies these days are REALLY scared of being sued.

    I used to dream about making a computer game, coming up with ideas and even going into character development and even sometimes the logicistics of a game (heck, even made a formula that would be the damage in an RPG).

    The best way to go about getting a game idea, is try to work from the bottom of the gaming industry to the top. It means years of work, it means getting lucky and getting a position in a games developer (there's a fair few around, even in the UK - Rare, Free Radical, Team 17 etc...) and you also have to be good at maths.

    Once you're part of the "team" you should be able to aproach what will be your bosses and submit your game idea then.

    Either way you go, I wish you good luck.


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    Light...light. See what you mean

    I'll change it soon but I've just been invited onto NF. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall7
    Erm, I hate to tell you this, but any games companies, film directors etc... Will not even look at unsolicited material like this. Not even if you said you didn't want any money from it. Companies these days are REALLY scared of being sued.

    I used to dream about making a computer game, coming up with ideas and even going into character development and even sometimes the logicistics of a game (heck, even made a formula that would be the damage in an RPG).

    The best way to go about getting a game idea, is try to work from the bottom of the gaming industry to the top. It means years of work, it means getting lucky and getting a position in a games developer (there's a fair few around, even in the UK - Rare, Free Radical, Team 17 etc...) and you also have to be good at maths.

    Once you're part of the "team" you should be able to aproach what will be your bosses and submit your game idea then.

    Either way you go, I wish you good luck.
    Demorilization FTL.

    However, that would be quite an interesting way to live your life, if you like math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssbb_lover
    Demorilization FTL.

    However, that would be quite an interesting way to live your life, if you like math.
    Nope, just realistic.

    As someone who has been in his position, I feel that *metaphor* believing in santa is not as constructive as putting on some weight, a white beard and a red suit yourself */metaphor*

    Besides, I'm willing to bet that developers get sent tonnes of game ideas all the time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall7
    Nope, just realistic.
    Ha, I was actually going to say "Realist FTL", but that's not always a bad thing, so I said what I said.
    Quote Originally Posted by Squall7
    As someone who has been in his position, I feel that *metaphor* believing in santa is not as constructive as putting on some weight, a white beard and a red suit yourself */metaphor*
    Mmm, I might try another metaphor there, Squall. I've seen you debate for over a year now, you can come up with better than that. ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssbb_lover
    Ha, I was actually going to say "Realist FTL", but that's not always a bad thing, so I said what I said.
    Lol. You wanted to portray me as "bad"? Meh.

    Mmm, I might try another metaphor there, Squall. I've seen you debate for over a year now, you can come up with better than that. ^^
    1. I don't usually like to use metaphors unless appropriate. In fact, I usually like to break down metaphors, as they're often used to cover up the facts.
    2. I used the metaphor of santa because it was appropriate: A fantasy that you have as a kid that has to be broken down in order to understand the world better.
    3. I used the santa one also because it's a character that brings gifts and happiness to people, but more importantly, that you write your christmas list to (i.e. write to about what you'd want). If you can be a "santa" yourself, that means that you're bringing gifts and happiness to others, which is a more realistic idea.

    I stand by my metaphor, but I can think of others if you prefer...


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