'Wreck-It Ralph' Game 'Hero's Duty' Gets a Trailer with Skrillex Jams
If you've been paying attention to the awesome trailers for Wreck-It Ralph, you know that one of the big plot points comes when the title character leaves his game Fix-It Felix Jr. and starts game-jumping, going nto the much more advanced and violent game Hero's Duty. Since we've had retro commercials for the other fictional games featured in the Disney animated film, this shooter game gets the kind of ad you would expect, complete with original music from dubstep master Skrillex. It almost feels like its own movie (which is how video games are sold nowadays anyway), but you can still play this one at Litwak's Arcade.
Here's the Wreck-It Ralph inspired trailer for Hero's Duty, originally via IGN:
The bad-guy character Ralph, in the classic game Fix-It Felix Jr., who longs to be a hero brings trouble to his entire arcade after sneaking into a new first-person shooter game and unleashing a deadly enemy.
Rich Moore (who has helmed episodes of "Futurama" and "The Simpsons") is directing Wreck-It Ralph, the story of an 8-bit video game character struggling with his own villainous identity with the world of arcade games. John C. Reilly voices the titular character who tries to be a hero, but ends up unleashing a deadly enemy who just might destroy every game in the arcade. Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch and Sarah Silverman all lend their voices to the film which is slated to hit theaters on November 2nd in 3D. Looking good?