6 Flint-Based Video Games We Need Right Now [PHOTOS]
Who doesn’t want to play a video game based on (or in) their hometown? With that in mind, we came up with 6 video game franchises that could easily do a Flint-based installment in the series. Check out the cover art for all of them here.
In this direct sequel to 'Bioshock Infinite' join Booker DeWitt as he uses advanced weaponry and telekinesis to battle mutated creatures that emerge from from what is perhaps the most "bioshocked" area of them all -- the Flint River.
Nose Candy Crush Saga
Get ready to watch your girlfriend spend every waking hour (and probably some actual money while) glued to her phone/tablet in this Flint-style spinoff of the popular candy-themed Tetris knockoff! Basically we replaced the candy with cocaine, razorblades and straws. Enjoy!
Scrap Metal Gear Stolen
In this thrilling follow-up to Metal Gear Solid 4, Solid Snake comes out of retirement to infiltrate his most dangerous battlefield yet -- Flint, Michigan. Snake must remain undetected while he attempts to steal enough scrap metal from abandoned houses and catalytic converters to buy himself enough smokes to last him through his golden years.
Street-Walker Fighter II
The popular fighting franchise is back with yet another version of its second outing. All of your favorite Street Fighter characters battle for dominance of Flint's streets. While one side fights to keep them free of prostitution, the other fights over who's working which corner and expansion of their turf.
Grand Theft Auto Industry
Years after the demise of the auto industry in Flint, it is discovered that it was all part of a big cover-up. You must roam the streets of Flint in this open-world crime adventure, fighting to uncover the truth by any means necessary. Along the way, you will perform a number of side missions for colorful characters like filmmaker Michael Moore and Mayor Dayne Walling.
Lack of Duties: Modern Welfare 2
In this action-packed first-person moocher, you'll attempt to avoid employment and maintain as many benefits as possible.