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Images: A beast of a game

The Ubisoft game "King Kong" shares the roars with Peter Jackson's film interpretation.
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor
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King Kong

In the Ubisoft game "King Kong," which came out shortly before Peter Jackson's film interpretation, the title beast contemplates his human prey.

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Kong on Empire State Building

In a game scene modeled on the Peter Jackson film, Kong hangs on to the tip of the Empire State Building as airplanes attack.

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Kong catches plane

In a scene from the Ubisoft game, King Kong catches an unlucky airplane in his hand as he hangs off the tip of the Empire State Building.

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