God of War Gets Simpsons Hit and Run Mod – IGN Daily Fix

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God of War gets a mod that brings models from The Simpsons: Hit and Run into the game with Kratos replaced by Homer and Atreus by Bart. The mod comes with impressive voice overs impersonations of Homer, Bart, and other iconic Simpsons characters.

Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura has said Square Enix will be making “various” announcements next month regarding the original game’s 25th anniversary. Nomura teased the announcements on a livestream for Final Fantasy VII spin-off The First Soldier, saying that Square Enix would be celebrating the original game’s 25th anniversary.

Publisher Nacon and developer Spiders have announced GreedFall 2: The Dying World for PC and consoles. The game is set to launch in 2024.

Narz has it all on today’s Daily Fix!

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