The Simpsons: Hit & Run is an action-adventure game that was developed by Radical Entertainment. The game was based on the Grand Theft Auto game series and officially available for GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox devices in 2003. With many differences and novelties in the gameplay, the game promises to bring many interesting experiences for players.
About the Story
Regarding the plot, the events in The Simpsons: Hit & Run begin when Bart is missing. Lisa, his sister investigated the clues and searched for Bart’s custody. After a while, Lisa met Bart but Bart lost his memory. Marge, Lisa’s friend wondered about this strange phenomenon and discovered the cause behind the disease. The clue was gradually revealed when Marge handed Bart a bottle of Buzz Cola. He provided that this was a drink that controled the alien’s memory. With the many comrades’s help, Bart decided to investigate the aliens and destroyed their dark conspiracy.
Join the exciting journey
Basically, players will accompany Bart on a dangerous journey to uncover the Buzz Cola’s secrets. He is free to move and control the cars in the city. With his driving skills, Bart goes to suspicious places and searches for enemies. They appear in many cars with the bomb symbol at the top of the vehicle. Upon seeing this signal, Bart will chase them to come to the next clue.
The enemy-controlled vehicle will speed up when it detects his pursuit. In these situations, Bart will chase and destroy the vehicle to ensure safety. He has to pay attention to the energy bar and the fuel to make the right decision. Bonus points and golden keys are items after defeating enemies. He finds an alien’s base map inside a mysterious room. Following the instructions from the map, Bart quickly destroys the Buzz Cola factory and escapes the enemy’s pursuit in the final stage.
Regarding graphics, the game brings excitement to players with beautiful graphics. They discover many fascinating places in the city through their cars. The characters in the game are built according to the cartoon The Simpsons to create a familiar but equally attractive feeling to the player.