Thursday, September 23, 2010

Pokemon Live Action Fan Movie Trailer

Pokémon Apokélypse: Live Action Fan Trailer

Disclaimers before proceeding:
Please do take note that Pokemon Apocalypse (Apokelypse) is a fan film trailer.
*It is not a real movie trailer for an upcoming live-action Pokemon movie.

The trailer contains a violent and dark theme.
*This is definitely not suitable for very young Pokemon fans.

Movie Poster for the fictional Pokemon movie.

Without further ado, here is the fake Pokemon movie trailer from Youtube:

Some fun facts:
This fan made Pokemon video trailer was directed by Barry Liu.
Kial Natale (Executive Producer) plays an older Brock.
Lee Majdoub plays a grown-up Ash Ketchum.

The people here at Atchucan Gaming hope that the viral reaction for this Pokemon fan made video would generate enough interest to compel a Japanese studio to make a real-life Pokemon movie.

*We don't really think Hollywood film studios have what it takes to make awesome anime to live-action movie conversions.

What can you say about this video?
Would you be interested in a real Pokemon film?

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Free Game: OpenArena

If you ever played Quake 3 Arena back in the day, then this game needs no introduction.

Warning: This game is not suitable for very young audiences.

Open Arena is a FREE and open-source first-person shooter (FPS).

If you're interested in a free but decent FPS, then OpenArena is the game for you. With different types of maps and character skins available, there is no excuse not to start FRAGGING other players.

Different modes are available in-game such as:
-Capture The Flag
-Free For All

There is a single player option where you can play against bots.
You can also play against your friends at a LAN party or via the Internet.

Operating Systems Supported:
You can play this on Windows, Linux, and Mac.

Minimum System requirements:
-Pentium 166 MHz processor
-64 MB of RAM
-8 MB video card with OpenGL acceleration

*Since it has relatively low system requirements, OpenArena can run on old computers.

Why is it FREE?
In 2005, id Software (creators of Quake III Arena) released the source code for the game engine under the GNU General Public License.

Quake 3 Arena - the game OpenArena was based on
Download OpenArena at:
*Bookmark that website for any additional patch updates.

If you're interested in working on the Q3 source yourself, you can download it at: