Capcom announces World Gone Sour, Method Man raps about Sour Patch Kids
- Posted December 1st, 2011 at 05:43 EDT by Don Oliveira
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Capcom today announced that the company will be publishing a new video game based on the popular candy—that’s right—Sour Patch Kids.
In World Gone Sour, players will control a lost piece of candy as he/she/it wanders the (real) world trying to find a stomach to fill. It is unclear what genre this new Sour Patch Kids game will be, but we bet on it being a platformer.
The game will appear on PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, and PC. If you’re a little confused about this, then why not read a quote from Marketing Director at Sour Patch to clear things up?
"Sour Patch® is the #1 all sour candy brand in the U.S. but there is so much more to these iconic characters than just their sour exteriors and sweet interiors,” said Sebastian Genesio, Marketing Director for Sour Patch. “Bringing our ‘lost kids’ to life in video game form will add a new dimension to these lovable snacks. We feel this video game will resonate strongly with our core audience of teens and young adults.”
Still doesn’t make sense? Then watch Method Man’s rap video about it below.
Still confused? Me too.
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