Saturday, June 21, 2008

Neil Gaiman's Coraline Trailer Also Set To Become A Videogame

A new deal between D3 Publisher and Universal pictures will create a videogame out of the upcoming Coraline stop-motion animation film (Check Trailer Above), based on the property by Neil Gaiman.

D3Publisher announced that they had reached an agreement with Universal Pictures to license Coraline for both console and handheld platforms on Monday, with the game scheduled to be released around the same time as the movie hits theaters. The movie is currently slated to be released February 6, 2009.

D3Publisher is a small Japanese game company that focuses on budget games that often have a character tie-in. They have developed over 100 games.

Coraline Sneak Preview