‘Sons of Anarchy’ Creator Claims SOA Video Game in the Works
The creator of the Hamlet-gone-biker series ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ Kurt Sutter, has recently said that his motorcycle show will definitely be hitting the video game format.
IGN has revealed that Kurt Sutter has said to his fans on Twitter that a ‘Sons of Anarchy’ game is in the works. Few details are available, but at least Sutter has an idea of what the ‘SOA’ title will be like.
no, it's not a board game. 1st person, action adventure. HD graphics. it represents the evolution of gaming. i'm hard just typing this.
— kurt sutter (@sutterink) February 11, 2014
Recently, ‘Sons of Anarchy’ has been expanding its product line with a new comic series, a variety of action figures, other forms of merchandise and the possibility of a prequel television series to ‘Sons of Anarchy.’ Anyone who follows the writer-director on Facebook and Twitter would know that Sutter is an avid gamer. He has recently claimed his love for the noir storytelling of Max Payne 3 and the gameplay of first-person classics, such as Quake and Unreal Tournament.
We could use another good motorcycle gang game. Though Grand Theft Auto IV’s The Lost and Damned add-on was enjoyable, other games with similar themes have been a tremendous let down. The less we say about Ride to Hell: Retribution, the better. ‘Sons of Anarchy’ will be starting its seventh and final season in Sept. 2014.