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Game Based on Chucky is Anything But Child's Play

Posted on Friday, October 7 @ 08:11:15 Eastern by


I can't see this turning out well. TikGames, developer of a number of XBLA and PSN titles, has announced that they are working on a video game based on that terrifying doll-thingy, Chucky from Child's Play.

TikGames co-founder Alex Tikman (I guess that's where the company name comes from) says that fans have been "asking for a Chucky game for years", hence their decision to make one. He adds that "soon, gamers around the world will be able to enjoy highly-entertaining, interactive, downright gory experiences with this brand".

I certainly wasn't asking for a Chucky game, but then again, I'm not a "fan". That fucking thing scared the shit out of me when I was little.  There was a red-headed kid that lived down the street from me that passed away from being hit by a car. I swear, his soul was actually the one that was transferred into Chucky's body.

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