In a former life, I worked in New York as a detective. I once worked with the Powers division as a consultant. I saw some weird stuff. And then I got out.
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Home Production Notes Kabuki Video Game (September 28, 2002):
John: Are there any talks of a videogame based on the movie?

David: I had a few videogame companies call me and were very interested in creating a game!

John: Who is creating the game?

David: I donít know if I can tell you that just yet and nothing is final really.

John: Címon can you tell me were they're based? Japan, U.S., UK?

David: Sorry!

David Mack (July 5, 2001):
I'd love to do a Kabuki video game. But at this moment it is not in the works. I posted a recent mention of some experiences with some prominent game companies contacting me to discuss a Kabuki video game, but nothing has come of it so far. At the moment, it is still wide open.

David Mack (June 4, 2001):
I would love to play a Kabuki videogame.

In fact one of the major labels had approached Image about it a couple years ago, asking for my phone #. Image called me to see if I would let them give my # to the game company, and I said yes. But that was the last I heard of it.

My friend Andy Lee visited the studio of one of the major game companies because they wanted to ask about him doing artwork for them. They didn't know that he was friends with me. He saw Kabuki books all over their studio. He said he knew the guy who did them, and they said they were big fans of the book.

Next thing you know we all saw the "SCARAB" action commercial on tv! If you know what I mean.

But I am definitly interested in a Kabuki video game. There are so many approaches that it could have that tie in with the story. I just haven't pursued it, because I've been so focused on my personal Kabuki stories. But maybe I should.

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