Groove gets Mojo working on Pariah trailers

Groove Games drafts the movie production company to create trailers for its upcoming PC and Xbox game, the first of which will be released this Friday.


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Publisher Groove Games has announced a partnership with production company Mojo to create a series of promotional trailers for its upcoming PC and Xbox action game, Pariah.

Mojo's previous projects include work on trailers for such motion pictures as The Matrix, T3: Rise of the Machines, and The Last Samurai. Groove announced plans to work with Mojo on a total of four trailers for Pariah. Each will reveal new details about the game's background story and characters. The first trailer will be released this Friday, October 29.

Pariah is a science-fiction-themed first-person shooter developed by Unreal Tournament codeveloper Digital Extremes. The game will tell the story of a physician-turned-soldier who must escort a patient through extremely dangerous environments populated by enemies who work as a team.

The game is scheduled for release on the PC and the Xbox in March 2005. For more information on Pariah, consult our previous coverage of the the Xbox and PC versions of the game.

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