The best Simpsons game is remade

By Jason Collins | Released

The early 1990s to early 2000s were littered with The simpsons Games, most of which were simple arcades with unremarkable titles that nobody but Wikipedia remembers. Several The simpsons However, games like 1991 The simpsons Arcade game, will forever be remembered by the fandom, as will the legendary hit The Simpsons: Hit & Run from 2003. In fact, the latter is so popular that it is currently being re-released.

To be quite fair, there’s a new report on it The Simpsons: Hit & Run is made new every year; The game is so popular and iconic that fans are not willing to give up the title. Just last year we reported on a developer who redesigned the game using the development version of Unreal Engine 5. This year, the news published by IGN revolved around a devoted fan creating a remaster mod for the icon The Simpsons: Hit & Run Game while also hand-drawing every in-game cutscene in the classic The simpsons Style.

The Simpsons: Hit & Run mod was first announced about two months ago by its developer, El Gato Del Tejado, who has since uploaded several videos documenting the work that went into redesigning the game. The latest video uploaded by the modder shows various complications that arise when a one-person team remasters a game title that is nearly two decades old. One of these problems arose when the modder started working The Simpsons: Hit & Run Cutscenes rendered in 3D in the original 2003 version of the game.

However, this highly welcome attempt at a remake differs from the previous ones as the modder doesn’t really have any experience with 3D animations. Instead, El Gato Del Tejado tried rotoscopy, a technique in which animators trace footage frame by frame, but according to the modder, this only worked well for the backgrounds and not the actual characters. So he turned to the best possible alternative – drawing The Simpsons: Hit & Run Cutscenes by hand.

This means that once the mod is released, it will have a cutscene style more similar to this The simpsons Sitcom instead of the 3D rendition of the original cutscenes from the game. Aside from cutscenes, El Gato also updates the game’s 3D look by recreating dozens of in-game textures and updating Homer Simpson’s model to offer a more modern version of the in-game character. It’s tiring work, especially when you’re replaying the entire game yourself.

The modder also discussed other issues he encountered during the rebuild The Simpsons: Hit & Run, like Bart’s disappearing nose and problems with Lisa’s hair – which was never actually 3D modeled. Still, the current work is amazing and deserves praise. El Gato didn’t offer a release time window for the mod or how long work might take, but did open a Patreon account The Simpsons: Hit & Run Fans who want to support the project financially.

The Simpsons: Hit & Run was originally released in 2003 and grew to be one of the best The simpsons Games ever made, although it’s obvious Grand Theft Auto Clone. Fans have been urging gaming companies to remake the game for modern consoles, but their cries have fallen on deaf ears at gaming giants.

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