The Simpsons: Hit & Run Devs Comment on the Game Never Getting a Sequel


The classic video game title known as The Simpsons: Hit & Run never got a sequel, despite becoming a beloved adaptation of the iconic show, and its developers gathered on a video call with journalist Ben Hanson to discuss the reasons why. Released in 2003, The Simpsons: Hit & Run was the spiritual successor to Radical Entertainment’s previous game, The Simpsons: Road Rage. Whereas Road Rage borrowed gameplay elements from The Crazy Taxi games, Hit & Run leaned more towards Grand Theft Auto as its main source of inspiration. It’s widely considered to be the best Simpsons game from the PS2 era, and having sold over three million copies by 2007, it’s considered a commercial success.

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