Do you like Sour Patch Kids? If you’re like me, you do. And if you’re even more like me, you’ve tried to stick a Sour Patch candy into your PS3’s disk drive in hopes of it becoming something you can enjoy in more ways than one. Like a video game.
By using some sort of mind-reading sorcery, GamesRadar reports that Capcom is apparently developing a PSN title called “World Gone Sour”, based off of the popular Sour Patch Kids candy brand. Now, I know you’re excited, and it gets even better. It will be narrated by The Office co-star Creed Bratton, and musician Method Man will be lending his talents for the title track of the game.
The premise of World Gone Sour involves the player as a lost Sour Patch Kid adventuring through enemy-filled locales that would be fitting for a place to find candy in real life, like a concession stand, in order to find “candy nirvana” . It is also reported to have trophy support, online leaderboards and local co-op.
A PC version will be released during the winter, and a downloadable console release is planed for Spring 2012. The reported retail price will be $4.99.