The Simpsons: Hit & Run hits PCs

PC version of the TV-inspired comic console driving game to start sideswiping retailers today.

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Two months after it jumped the curb and rolled onto consoles, The Simpsons Hit & Run is now crashing into PCs. The game retails for $29.99 and is rated 'T' for teen due to "comic mischief." (No surprise there: the game does feature Bart Simpson.)

Developed by Radical Entertainment, The Simpsons: Hit & Run combines Grand Theft Auto-style driving with the cartoonish feel of its TV-series inspiration. Co-penned by one of the show's writers, the comedy-filled story follows Homer Simpson as he joyrides through the brightly colored town of Springfield on a series of wacky missions. Tune into GameSpot's review for more details.

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