So my favourite website has once again announced its annual film festival
where, if you win, you actually get a contract with Escapist Magazine. THE gaming magazine.
Now I always wanted to enter but I could never really come up with a story or concept I liked. Then after a while I came up with this, very basic, idea. What do you guys think?
A classic video game character, similar to Megaman or maybe Sonic, finds that he, and his verse, has been rebooted and finds himself trying to adjust to these changes. He finds himself in a dimension where his past incarnations live out the rest of their lives and questions his relationships with his game's antagonist and vice-versa.
I'll admit part of this was partly Alan Moore's run on Supreme and I similarly hope to use a heavy dose of meta-fiction of my own while exploring a few Gaming tropes. Do you think it would catch on?
Theres sex and death and human grime in monochrome for one thin dime and at least the trains all run on time but they dont go anywhere.