Rockstar may currently have its hands full developing Grand Theft Auto 5, but that hasn't stopped Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter from looking to the developer for help with his own project.
As you may know, Sutter has long desired to make a video game version of his popular motorcycle drama. Way back in February, he stated that he was in talks with a "major gaming company" about making the game a reality. In May, he reported that one particular meeting with a "big distributor" had gone "great."
Since then, though, not much has happened. Just a couple months later, Sutter tweeted that he the aforementioned publisher "blew us off." He further noted that "games are in decline" and that "it's very risky" to put out the kind of product he wants these days.
Today, Sutter has reached out to Rockstar for help. Again taking to Twitter, he wrote to Rockstar: "you should make the SOA game. i know it's an expensive/complicated process, but let's chat, see if we can make it happen."
Of course, there's no indication that a Rockstar-made SoA game is actually going to happen at the moment, especially considering that the developer has already made a motorcycle gang game before in the "The Lost and Damned" expansion for Grand Theft Auto 4. But it's fun to speculate sometimes, eh?