Blade’s been in prison since a while now, courtesy of some sneaky tax evasion but that hasn’t stopped him from working on a game for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Julius Styles: The International (Daag: The Fire much?) as it’s so awkwardly called will offer players a fine balance of action and puzzle solving – challenging both your mind and your reflexes. According to some of his quotes on IGN, it’s based on the characters he played in Art of War, Murder at 1600 and Passenger 57, all rolled into one. If the game's successful enough, developer Lapland Studios will also bring it to Xbox Live, PlayStation Network and Android.
This, by the way, is not the first time Snipes has dabbled with video games. He starred in Blade II, the game developed by Mucky Foot and as you can see in the video embedded below, the results were rather disastrous.