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Simpsons Hit & Run sequel petition hits 30k signatures

Sam Cawley

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Simpsons Hit & Run sequel petition hits 30k signatures

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A petition to make a sequel to The Simpsons: Hit & Run has surpassed 30,000 signatures.

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Started a few years ago, the petition is an attempt to urge a developer/publisher to either make a sequel to The Simpsons: Hit & Run, or remake/remaster it for modern audiences and platforms.

The Simpsons: Hit & Run is cool, but have you seen Homer Simpson in God Of War?

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Hit & Run is considered to be the greatest Simpsons game ever made, allowing players to cruise around various locations within Springfield like a watered-down version of Grand Theft Auto.

Several playable characters and unique vehicles are available throughout the course of the game, unlocked by completing story missions or side quests to earn money, or you could just do what most players do, run over Springfield’s denizens and kick Homer’s neighbour Ned as far down the road as possible.

The petition believes a remake should feature even more playable characters, including fan favourites, more vehicles to unlock and a more interconnected open world that expands on the original. It also calls for more things to see and do while exploring, like more collectables.

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Speaking about the petition, its organiser Hassaan Mohammad said: “Public demand definitely warrants a sequel and I'm astonished one hasn't been made yet, or alternatively a remastering of the original game … If you are nostalgic about this game and would love to see another one made, you know what to do!”

Fans are obviously in agreement, as 30,000 thousand have signed, in the hopes that a sequel/remake is made for Xbox, PlayStation, PC and possibly even Nintendo consoles.

Unfortunately, it’ll likely need many, many, many more signatures for it to even come close to becoming a reality, but there’s clearly a strong desire to see the game return in some shape or form.

Topics: Xbox, PlayStation, PC

Sam Cawley
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