Would You Play Condemned 3?

Series creator Jace Hall contemplates resurrecting the psychological horror series.

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Jason "Jace" Hall, who created the Condemned series and co-founded its developer Monolith Productions, wants to know if you'd be interested in a third game.

Hall--who owns the rights to the series--writes on Facebook that the first two games "did well" and explained that he's now "consistently asked" when a follow-up to 2008's Condemned 2: Bloodshot might be released.

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The Condemned series is "just sitting there," Hall explained. Since Hall is busy with other projects--he is the president of HD Films Inc.--he said he's now thinking about letting another studio work on the franchise.

"I am contemplating finding an interested and proven Indie development team and providing it to them, so that they can take over the franchise and move it forward," he said.

"As an indie, it can be very hard to get marketing/media attention for a title that you work on. This franchise is already quite known, has market demand, and is in an innovative genre/category," he added.

Hall ended his note by asking: "Should I explore this idea further? What say you all?"

His Facebook followers, as you might have expected, responded quite positively. One said, "F**k yeah!" while others offered new gameplay ideas and studio suggestions. Hall wrote in the comments of his post that developers interested in taking on the project should reach out to him directly to discuss possible opportunities further.

The original Condemned: Criminal Origins was released in 2005, while its follow-up Condemned 2: Bloodshot launched in 2008. Both games were generally well-received, and launched for consoles and PC.

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