Hit and Run game, which released on GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox and Microsoft Windows, had you drive around in a series of superb unlockable Simpsons vehicles and get to the bottom of an alien mystery.
Simpsons’ game Hit and Run
There aren’t many games that the majority of gamers can all agree are absolute bangers, but 2003’s Simpsons Hit and Run is a surely definite exception.
Hit and Run is influenced by Grand theft Auto
Heavily influenced by Grand Theft Auto 3, the title featured solid gameplay set against the adored backdrop of The Simpsons. It’s an unshakeable classic and players have been clamouring for a remake or sequel for years now.
This year’s E3 2019, leads many to speculate that that it might actually be a Hit and Run remake or sequel
In an unexpected turn of events, it seems that The Simpsons writers will have a panel at this year’s E3 2019, leading many to speculate that not only will we be getting a brand new new game, but that it might actually be a Hit and Run remake or sequel.
Shared the news on Twitter
Sharing the news on social media, the official E3 account tweeted: “More exciting #E3Coliseum news – join the writers and producers of @TheSimpsons
Naturally, the gaming community was sent into a tizzy, with people literally begging for this to be a Hit and Run– game related panel.
If it isn’t Simpsons Hit and Run remastered then you have wasted my time,” tweeted one gamer.
Another said: “My E3 wishes: Simpsons Hit and run for PC.”
My E3 wishes
Simpsons Hit and run for PC
— Shane the Cake Boss (@Spoonking69) May 27, 2019
Another fan tried to give us a reality check, writing: “people who see ‘the Simpsons producers hosting an E3 panel’ and think there’s gonna be a hit & run remaster have the sheer optimism i need in my life right now.”
people who see “the simpsons producers hosting an E3 panel” and think there’s gonna be a hit & run remaster have the sheer optimism i need in my life right now
— jravee (@jravee_) May 26, 2019
Release of E3 2019
E3 2019 kicks off in just a few days time, starting on June 11 and running until June 14.