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The Thing: One of the Greatest Film-to-Game Adaptations Ever Made

8 monthes ago   |   By Game Skinny

Few may know that John Carpenter's horror classic The Thing , released in 1982, received a direct sequel - in the form of a video game. Developed by the now defunct Computer Artworks and published by Konami and Vivendi Universal, The Thing was released on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation 2. Despite being well-received both critically and commercially, the game has not been made available on any other platform since.
My first introduction to the game was around early 2002, when I read about it in a magazine. Being a huge horror fan, I was immediately attracted to The Thing , even though I knew...
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