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that would be cool, i would buy it if the game ever came out

-- Joker-X (, March 05, 2001


Here is some news from a site, don't know how old it is.

Windows 95 and Playstation versions, being developed by Cryo for Viacom New Media have been discontinued. After the merger of Viacom New Media with Virgin Interactive, the game was deemed outdated and consequently set aside. Virgin Interactive will be starting from scratch for the Aeon Flux CD-ROM, pending decision.

As it turns out, Cryo was the second company to attempt development of an Aeon Flux video game. A company by the name of either Northstar or Microstar in northern California was the first programming house to be contracted to develop the game. However, they apparently spent the first 3 months of development watching Aeon Flux episodes and trying to interpret their meaning, and consequently got very little work done. It is rumored that this company no longer exists

-- dase (, March 07, 2001.


-- eskimonkey (, March 07, 2001.

I want an Aeon Flux game now, it's so annoying to go back and watch the ep and to see the previews of a game that does not exist. There is a game called quake 3 (i think), i'm not sure who told me about it of if we have discussed it before, but you can download the char aeon, and go around shooting ppl on the game. But wouldn't it be great for something more? Like a rp-game where you have to sit and think about it? unstead of going around just shooting ppl.

-- Lady Morgan (, March 08, 2001.

Yes quake 3. I'm pretty sure i've seen an Aeon Flux skin for quake 2 and quake3, but it's just a skin. If there are any fans that can program, maybe you could make a mod for one of many FPS. But I was looking at gtinteractive a game company, and they are realesing a game based on the series 'la femme nikita' which does sound alot like Aeon. (female spy/assassin) anyway it is interesting to know that GT were developing the first Aeon Flux game, but it got scraped for some reason.

-- dase (, March 08, 2001.

I heard about the la femme Nikita game. I like the movie and the tv show so I'll be looking foward to that least until we get a Aeon game!

-- Jack (, March 08, 2001.

ok, no one has gone into the details so let me fill you in. Yes, the game was cancelled, but it was still released (same characters etc...) under the name Pax Corpus, it was released in Europe I believe. For the full story visit Foozwak.

-- William (, March 09, 2001.

William, you mean the game WAS released in Europe? There are still copies out there of it? Btw, loved your last post, perfect retort.

-- Barb e. (, March 09, 2001.

I liked "you are an unconvincing bad guy", myself. Too bad it got deleted...

-- Paul (, March 09, 2001.

yeah that was a funny one, i liked the one you said to frostbite one time about her being like daria, that was good.

-- Barb e. (, March 09, 2001.

really? Daria? I don't remember that one.

Anyway, as I hinted, the game (as I am lead to believe) was released in Europe under the name Pax Corpus (with different names for the characters and places), if you click on the picture that will take you to the info page for it.

-- William (, March 09, 2001.

Looks like I'll have to join the William fan club. I was looking for that web page, where did you find it?

-- dase (, March 10, 2001.

This game sounds better than I expected. Reworking characters into different roles from their episode's experiences, (I know, they're not real....) and the part about having to locate some little mechanism so as to create a duplicate of Aeon while she was still alive all sounds really fun for us fans. I salute Cryo-interactive for releasing it, but I'm not surprised it got poor reviews because don't you think when they changed the names of the characters that meant they it hit the market blind? Who would know to rent the thing, not any Fluxophiles! Only the target audience. Wonder if they have any more left in the wherehouse?

-- Barb e. (, March 11, 2001.

Yeh, wherehouse, exactly, I think this would be hard to locate. The site came from the links at foozwak

-- William (, March 11, 2001.

Well I wrote and asked where to buy this game. If I hear I'll post it. I notice I spelled 'wherehouse' as in the music store, "wherehouse records and tapes," It's warehouse, if anyone cares.

-- Barb e. (, March 14, 2001.

That's funny, cuz I took it as a play on words... (where can you find the game)

-- Lisa (, March 14, 2001.

As did I. I did'nt realise there was actually a place called the wherehouse.

-- William (, March 14, 2001.

I would like to point out other mistakes, but I live in a glass house,next to glass lawn, under a glass moon, that sits in a glass sky. My whole existence is centered around not throwing stones.

-- (, March 14, 2001.

That should read others mistakes. Hee hee.

-- (, March 14, 2001.

is this game out anywhere and if so could you please let me know so i can buy it somehow?

-- phillip (, December 13, 2003.

Pax Corpus is *incredibly* hard to find. I have the Playstation version of it and I got it from this dude in Germany, but I remember it being very difficult to dig up. Haven't played it yet. If when I eventually try it out I don't like it, you can have it for free.

The walkthrough for it on Gamefaqs is something you should read if you wanna get a feel for whether or not you're really interested.

-- Ashly Kehl (, December 13, 2003.

Wait, i thought that the Aeon game for Playstation was never finished/released? This is very confusing now, and I must find a copy of this game if it exists. Anyone have any info as to where to get a copy of it?

-- Max W. (, December 18, 2003.

Actually, Pax Corpus is not that hard to find, even the PC version. There are for example 2 available in a zshop of for around $15. At one is offered for lbp 1.99. After all the game isn't that great. You can see that some of the animations and sounds are inspired by AF and it has an overall SM touch, but all in all it's very poorly done. I suppose that's why they couldn't get the AF license. Anyway, as it is part of AF history (kind of) I'm glad to have it.

-- Gobo (, December 20, 2003.

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