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“Sons of Anarchy” Video Game Back In The Works


“Sons of Anarchy” creator Kurt Sutter confirmed on Twitter last Tuesday that a video game based on his popular drama series is back in the works.

Sutter said it will be a first-person, action adventure game with HD graphics. He also said the game will “represent the evolution of gaming.”

“I cannot give you anymore details, but i will tell you that there will definitely be an SOA game. And it’s pretty fucking awesome. It’s been a long and frustrating pursuit, but I’m tenacious. And kind of dickish,” Sutter said.

This is not the first time Sutter has promised a “Sons of Anarchy” game. In February 2012 he announced a browser-based game was in the works. However in May of 2012 he decided he wanted to make the game a “real console experience.” The project came to halt in August due to a lack of support from FX and the game’s “big publisher” pulling out of the project. Sutter at one pointed contacted game developed Rockstar via Twitter and asked if they would be interested in making the game.

“Sons of Anarchy” is a drama series about a California motorcycle gang called the Sons of Anarchy. “Pacific Rim’s” Charlie Hunnam leads the series as Jackson “Jax” Teller, Vice President of the gang. It also stars Katy Sagal of “Futurama” and “Married with Children” as Jax’s mom Gemma and Ron Perlman as Clay, Jax’s stepdad and leader of the gang. The sixth season of the series recently finished and the seventh and final series is set to air in the fall.

Would you play a “Sons of Anarchy” game? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

Sources: Polygon, The Escapist, Joystiq

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Ryan Laskodi
Ryan Laskodi
Ryan Laskodi is an award-winning journalist, freelance writer, editor, media critic and social media expert based out of Southern California. He is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton where he majored in communications. Currently he is the editor-in-chief for the Geek Juice News section at Geek Juice Media. He is also the editor and social media director, as well as a content writer, for Hidden Horrors You Must See, a horror media blog started by his friend James Coker. He is grateful to be a part of the Geek Juice family.

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