A Midsummer Night's Ramble
A Midsummer Night's Ramble
Yup. You've managed to reach the news area of chosentwo.com. Here you can see some of the interesting
tidbits of news regarding Buffy and Angel, brought to you by Anna,
Kristina, and Little Willow.
Angel promo pictures are finally here! Enjoy the pictures (but please don't directly link to them from elsewhere)!
Season 5 Promo Pictures
posted by Anna @ 12:52 PM || link ||
Firefly received an Emmy for Special Visual Effects for a Series! GO FIREFLY!
"Serenity" got the nod, and was up against "Chosen" (Buffy), "Dead Stop", "The Crossing" and "The Expanse" (Enterprise).
posted by Kristina @ 12:04 PM || link ||
From VU Games:
Buffy the Vampire SlayerT: Chaos Bleeds - New gameplay clip
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds, the game based on one of the hottest TV shows around, brings all the excitement surrounding Sunnydale's "Hellmouth" straight into your home. This week we've got a gameplay clip featuring two unlockable characters, Buffy creator Joss Whedon and Buffy writer Christopher Golden. Buffy the Vampire SlayerT: Chaos Bleeds is out now for PS2, Xbox and GC.
Get the clip here:
For media inquires contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the website: http://www.buffygame.com
posted by Little Willow @ 12:14 AM || link ||
9.2.2003Vague It Up's Chaos in Words Contest
Posting for Emily:
If you are interested in obtaining an item related to Chaos Bleeds, the new Buffy the Vampire Slayer video game released by Vivendi Universal Games, consider entering Vague It Up's Chaos in Words Contest.
This new video game, available for the PlayStation computer entertainment system, Microsoft's Xbox video game system, and Nintendo GameCube, was written by Christopher Golden and Thomas E. Sniegoski and is bigger and better than the first BtVS game. Developed as a "lost episode" from the fifth season, the third-person action-adventure game involves an ongoing battle against The First Evil in which BtVS characters, both past and present, good and evil, work to keep humanity alive. Cast member voiceovers, new villains and locations, multiple fighting modes, and character-specific powers and abilities mark some of the game's advanced features. For more information, gameplay clips, and screenshots, visit the Chaos Bleeds website. Read on to see how visitors to Vague It Up can win a game-related prize. Write and Win
To be a part of the action, all you have to do is write! In honor of the game, entrants are asked to submit an entry of no fewer than 100 words - and preferably no more than 1000 - answering the following question: If you were to create your own Buffy the Vampire Slayer video game, what story would you use? Simply explain, in as much detail as you feel is necessary, your scenario to us, then provide at least one way of beating the game. Use whichever BtVS characters you'd like; place your unique storyline in the context of a BtVS season or make it an isolated event; bring back old villains or create your own; even include a name for your game if you'd like. What you write is completely up to you - just make sure it makes sense within the context of the show. We are looking for a third-person written description of a hypothetical video game and a specific way to solve it, not fan fiction or notes, though formats may vary. The easier it is for us to visualize your game and figure out how to play it, the better. The entry that is most original, that is most well-written, and that sounds like the best and most feasible concept for a BtVS video game will be deemed the winning entry. All submissions will be posted in a special section of Vague It Up after the contest has ended. The contest will run from August 30, 2003 through September 19, 2003.
Each entrant may submit only one entry for consideration, although multiple submissions will be allowed as long as it is clear that only one is to be considered for the contest. Anyone in North America age 13 or older is eligible to submit an entry, with the exception of those involved in the production of Chaos Bleeds and the webmasters of Vague It Up. Those interested may submit additional entries for the collection without entering the contest. The author of the one winning entry will be notified by e-mail on September 20, 2003. The prize, related to Chaos Bleeds, will be sent by postal mail from Vivendi Universal Games to the winner at no cost to the winner. Further information regarding the prize will be available soon. Questions about the contest, rules, and eligibility should be directed to Emily. Prize and dates are subject to change. Submit Your Entry
Submissions should be sent in an e-mail, either in text format or as an attached Microsoft Word or Corel WordPerfect document, to email@example.com
with Chaos in Words Contest as the subject header. Please provide a working e-mail address and a name or online handle. Entrants may use the regular Vague It Up submission form if they prefer, as long as they put the name of the contest as the title of the entry. Enter Vague It Up's Chaos in Words Contest today!
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posted by Little Willow @ 11:53 AM || link ||