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Bite My Shiney PC-Metal Game 191

Posted by Hemos
from the a-metal-collectable-case dept.
dagashi writes "'The ingenious, creative mind of Matt Groening (The Simpsons) now brings arguably his greatest creation yet, Futurama, to the interactive entertainment screen.' Looks like Futurama is signed to become a game. Yeha!"
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Bite My Shiney PC-Metal Game

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  • Re:Game... yay (Score:5, Informative)

    by delta407 (518868) <`moc.xahjfrel' `ta' `todhsals'> on Monday September 23, 2002 @07:11PM (#4315605) Homepage
    FOX is. []

    Q: Is Futurama really cancelled?!
    A: While FOX never said it cancelled the show, they did stop ordering new episodes. The production crew thus broke up. There is a slight chance that FOX might ask David X. Cohen to build up a new team for another season. The episodes shown this fall all were meant to be aired last year but never did due to various pre-emptions. So they aren't really new.
  • by handsomepete (561396) on Monday September 23, 2002 @07:14PM (#4315622) Journal
    Normally I wouldn't say this, but this is old news indeed. It was announced and UDS got the rights in September of 2000... there's a reason it says (c) 2001 on the bottom of that page. CGEF has a little more info here [], although it's a mixture of fact and guesswork.

    I honestly did enjoy some of the early Simpsons games (can't tell if other comments are being sarcastic or not - Bart vs The Space Mutants and the original arcade game are fun) and am looking forward to this. Maybe it'll be good use of a TV license.

Is it possible that software is not like anything else, that it is meant to be discarded: that the whole point is to always see it as a soap bubble?