Final presentations and judging for games created at the Jean Claude Van Jam
August 19, 2012 @ Eyebeam Art & Technology Center

Jean-Claude Van Damme has a rich film history which has influenced the culture of digital games. We can't ignore the impact of his first film, Bloodsport, on our favorite fighting games, such as Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. Van Damme even play Colonel Guile in the Street Fighter movie. His role in Lionheart as a courageous young fighter defending his brother's honor inspired the physical indie game hit "Hit Me!". With the release of the Expendables 2 on August 17th, we are holding Jean Claude Van Jam to deepen his filmography's expansive impact on games.

Organized by Babycastles and the Eyebeam Game Research Group
Ida Benedetto, Kaho Abe, Ben Johnson, Matt Parker and Ramsey Nasser

Kaho Abe, Greg Trefry, Keita Takahashi, Eric Zimmerman

Loading more stuff…

Hmm…it looks like things are taking a while to load. Try again?

Loading videos…