Who had the first version of Playstation he probably spent a few afternoons controlling an ice cream truck with a clown head on top, while firing missiles at opponents.
The dinner is from match Twisted Metal, developed by Sony, a vehicular combat classic from the 1990s, which had titles for PS1 and PS2 and sold over 5 million copies even before the turn of the millennium.
According to Variety magazine, the game series will now be adapted into a television series. The idea is that the title is an action comedy, based on an idea by the writers Rhet Reese and Paul Wernick, who are behind the films of Deadpool e Zombieland.
The series synopsis has a Mad Max: a driver and a car thief must cross a devastated land – and taken over by dangerous bandits – to deliver a mysterious parcel.
There is still no forecast for when the series will be released, but it shouldn’t be too soon, as production is in its early stages. The game series has already tried a film adaptation, which never got off the ground due to disagreements between Sony and the director. See if it goes now.