Posts Tagged ‘Heroes: Reborn’

Wot I Think: Gemini – Heroes Reborn

A game based on one of the most consistently ridiculous and astonishingly dreadful TV shows ever made? How could I resist? Except, huh, something weird’s going on here. Gemini: Heroes Reborn [official site] isn’t… this isn’t entirely terrible. In fact, there are some really good ideas in here – far more than in the freshly cancelled series reboot after which it’s named and themed. What a confusing situation. Here’s wot I think:

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We Can Be Heroes: Gemini

Heroes was an increasingly terrible television programme from 2006, about a group of people who started developing superpowers. Mercifully finally put out of its misery in 2010, its creator Tim Kring went on to develop giant pile of crap Touch, starring Kiefer Sutherland in his return to irrelevance, and we all moved on. Then, for reasons not explicable by modern science, earlier this year original network NBC announced the return of the series, with a 13 part run called Heroes: Reborn. A planet asked, “Why?!” An executive somewhere at NBC asked, “Can we milk this with videogame tie-ins?”

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