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Kurt Sutter: 'There will definitely be a Sons of Anarchy game'

"Sons of Anarchy" creator, Kurt Sutter, speaks during an FX panel at the Summer TV Critics Association tour last summer.
"Sons of Anarchy" creator, Kurt Sutter, speaks during an FX panel at the Summer TV Critics Association tour last summer.
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Strap a helmet to your head, a gun to your hip, and rev up the ol' motorcycle because Kurt Sutter–creator of the popular FX series "Sons of Anarchy"–has confirmed yesterday via a couple of explicit tweets the franchise will be branching into the video game market. Little remains known at this time, but Sutter did say it would be a first-person, action adventure game with "HD graphics." He continues, "[I]t represents the evolution of gaming."

With not even a studio developer mentioned, one can only imagine what a "SOA" game would be like, and at this point everything is on the table. If one thing is a given, it is that the game will be violent, sexual, full of off-color language, and certainly rated "M" by the ESRB. The choice to make it first-person is an interesting one, though, as it would be easy to picture a third-person, "Grand Theft Auto"-style game translating well with SAMCRO's antics.

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