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Post by Dan @ 11:27am 11/05/12 | 2 Comments
Creator and Showrunner of FX Network's successful biker TV series Sons of Anarchy (and outspoken Internet blogger) Kurt Sutter has taken to Twitter (thanks Gamespot) to inform fans that plans for a SAMCRO video game are still formulating and the ambition has switched from what was previously speculated as a browser-based social game to a proper console-focused title.

"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.", he said in the first tweet, followed shortly by "yes, we definitely wanna do a REAL game. console based. not some slapcrap browser MP thing. it'll take awhile, but it's the right way to go.".

Responding to fan questions, he indicated that his preference was for a GTA-type sandbox game with a third person perspective. He also remarked that he felt the recent The Walking Dead game from Telltale (AusGamers 8.2/10) "felt rushed and a bit unsatisfying" and would have benefited from more help from The Walking Dead TV series' producer Glen Mazzara -- whom Sutter worked with for years on his previous TV show, The Shield.



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Spook
Posted 01:12pm 11/5/12
only just started watching the show.

tis some quality tv.
Khel
Posted 01:15pm 11/5/12
Sounds like hes talking s***, at least about the Walking Dead game, since it wasn't even anything to do with the Tv Show
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