As the Joe fandom is already in a frenzy over G.I. Joe: Retaliation, many fans and many online pundits are quick to point out the glaring flaws from G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. I think most folks out there would acquiesce that there were some serious flaws, and Monte certainly does not disagree.
A generation of fans is about to be sated. Or nauseated. On August 7th, the Joes and Cobras make the leap to the big screen as their battle spills out into theaters across the world. Spurred on by the success of Michael Bay’s Transformers, Stephen Sommers is bringing GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra straight out of Hollywood and into our – well, hearts may be overselling it.
|The Rise of Cobra Mission Dossier|
As COBRA unleashes its deadliest plot yet, the G.I. JOE Team is counting on you and your hand-picked team of heroes to lead the counterattack. Every mission is critical and so is every G.I. Joe character. Picking up where the live action film leaves off, G.I. Joe The Rise of Cobra is an accessible third person action-arcade shooter that allows players to recreate and relive the greatest moments from the film, cartoon series and action toy line.
In a related story, this G.I. Joe video is ten times better than G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. If they released this into the theater on a two-hour loop, I would gladly pay $11 and laugh my ass off.