The Simpsons: Hit & Run (Xbox)
About this deal
hypnotoad Yep, I have only the first 11 seasons and haven't watched any new simpsons since the movie. Even 11 had some stinker episodes. But it has some classics too and my favorite, E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt), the tomacco episode. No doubt any new game would reference the rubbish we've seen in the last 15 years, so it would be pointless and not welcome at all. Ben is a fan of action, racing and straight-up shootin' in any video game he can get his hands on. When he's not gaming, Ben spends his time listening to way too much Guns N' Roses, watching football and probably eating somewhere.
Here is another question where has all the games based on movies gone as well?? Yes they may have been pretty bad but i still have fond memories of star wars episode 3 game. Would love to see dedicated remakes of The Game, Hit & Run, and Road Rage. Maybe Digital Eclipse could make a collection out of the Arcade Game and the other older ones as a way to keep it on the market permanently.
Personally I'd love to see Hit & Run and The Simpsons Game get re-releases some day. I'm not sure what a modern Simpsons game could be. South Park made some great games, but I don't think you could use that formula.
Still, some of those weird and wonderful spin-offs are also fondly remembered. Sure, it might be largely due to their licensed tie-ins, but we'd wager a few people even still feel all warm and fuzzy about the terrible Simpsons Wrestling and Simpsons Skateboarding games on PlayStation! CunningPig That is one of the funniest eps. I always laugh my head off when Homer declares that he would rather die than give up the tomacco and the ostrich decides to make that happen.
Tasuki sorry, I meant the rights to do the video games for the Simpsons. Although I’m not completely sure on that. I just know they keep updating their Simpson game on mobile devices. At its peak it was fantastically observant and well written, but it became an over used IP exploited to death and with little resemblance to the insightful humour that made it a household name in the first place.