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David Hasselhoff Wants His Own Game

Posted on Thursday, October 13 @ 09:11:27 Eastern by


David Hasselhoff isn't a newcomer to the video game world. He's currently the pitchman for EA's Burnout: Crash, he was a playable character in the PSN game PAIN, and he voiced the role of the Vice President of the United States in Command and Conquer Red Alert 3.

Apparently, The Hoff has been building experience he plans to use to create his own game. "I’ve wanted to develop my own game so this was a way of seeing if this works and maybe we can take this one step further with using the same concept as ‘Burnout Crash,’ and maybe do something with the Hoff", Hasselhoff told Reuters.

Hasselhoff also said that he's been in talks with EA to create a game or an app. 

One thing is for sure: The majority of the sales will come from Germany.





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