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Sons of Anarchy Rolling into Homes Via a Different Road
So how many Sons of Anarchy fans would want to play a video game based on the FX series on their PS3? There have been rumblings of an SOA game for some time, with development of a web browser game seeming to be the direction things were headed, but creator Kurt Sutter came out to tell us plans have changed. Not only will we still be getting an SOA video game, but also it’s being developed for home consoles, which will ultimately mean a completely different game than we would have had if it were browser based. Thank goodness for that. I’m pretty sure that game would’ve been really bad.
Sutter took to his Twitter, as he usually does when he has something to say, letting us all know the game was happening, coming to consoles, and will appeal to both guy and girl gamers. Granted, like movie-based games, the potential a game based on a TV series has isn’t very high. But Sutter has a strong vision, and his tweet saying, “SOA GAME UPDATE. had a great meeting with a big distributor yesterday. Myself and everyone at FX and Fox is committed to making this happen,” gives me a small sliver of hope. Sutter is a man who likes his control and I’m certain he will do what he can to make a game worth buying, especially if it’s based on his beloved series. I’m not sure why he wants to do a video game, but I’m not going to argue with him. I’ve seen how he gets when he’s angry and in a fighting mood. I don’t want that. I don’t wish that on anyone.
But who’s to say what consoles it will be on? As Complex pointed out, the current generation of gaming consoles is nearing its end, so it would make sense for this game to be developed for the next generation, right? For me, I don’t care what console it comes out on as long as it’s good. I don’t want something like TellTale’s The Walking Dead game, which is essentially just a point-and-click adventure. I want something I can actually play.