John Friscia

Popular games inevitably inspire imitators, and once upon a time, Grand Theft Auto III was astronomically popular. As such, Radical Entertainment and Vivendi Universal Games got the bright idea to create The Simpsons: Hit & Run, a GTA clone set in the considerably more inviting world of Springfield. The game released to one of the most positive receptions of any game ever released in the franchise (not that that’s saying much), and fans have been waiting for more of it ever since. In fact, you can count The Simpsons: Hit & Run producer Vlad Ceraldi himself in that group. Talking […]

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