Although the eponymous action star Bruce Lee has died in 1973, his persona and philosophy lives on and still have relevance and impact, even though many stars have come on the scene, as game developers and corporations have used clips from his movies as the basis of their commercials.
In celebration of Bruce Lee 74 birthday on Nov 27 developer Hibernum, which has done projects with Amazon, Lego, Disney and Cartoon Network, among others has developed a game entitled Bruce Lee: The Game and is only officially licensed video game approved by the Bruce Lee Estate.
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Shannon Lee, CEO and owner of Bruce Lee Interactive, LLC said that they have always “wanted to develop our own Bruce Lee game for a long time….There have been other games that have been released over the years but none that we have been so intimately involved with from beginning to the end.” According to reports by The Post Game
Bruce Lee: Enter The Game was released during the Thanksgiving weekend on Nov. 27 and is available on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play and allows users to “fight for justice as the greatest martial artist of all time.”
Advancement in the game is depended on users fighting and defeating henchmen and bosses. Advancement will also include the ability to add features such as wearing Lee’s famous yellow jumpsuit and fighting with nunchakus.
Bruce Lee is not only a movie star but who have made it to Hollywood Walk of Fame, but he also seen as a game changer, a innovator, a pioneer. Lover of Chinese martial arts owes their thanks to Bruce Lee as he was largely responsible for introducing Chinese martial arts to the Western world. Bruce Lee was not satisfy with how martial arts was practiced in his day so he went out on a mission to change the face of martial arts with his own approach and training methods that seemed radical in the 60s and 70s. It is these methods that are now standard of martial arts to this day.
Bruce Lee: The Game mobile game is Bruce Lee Enterprises’ latest foray in the tech-entertainment sector. See preview of Bruce Lee: Enter the Game below
“We are super excited to have worked with our partner Hibernum to create a game that we that we love, that we think captures the spirit of Bruce Lee and that is extremely fun to play,” Shannon said.
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