Hey guys. Ya’ll might already know me from The Oval Office : Update coming soon! (fr this time) July 2019 but I had an idea I was kicking around in my head for a lil while now, and while I haven’t started production on it, I want to know if there is a desire for this type of game.
You were just a teenager, doing as best as you possibly could in one of Los Angeles’s ghetto slums, when one fateful day, your life changed forever.
You came home from the bus stop to the sound of gunshots, and one of your family members slumped on the ground in a pool of blood. You swore revenge, and you joined a neighborhood gang (I don’t know if its better if you make one yourself, it’ll be harder) to do so. The question is, did they die in vain? Or did it set off a giant chain that could change Los Angeles forever?
Live your life as a gang member, informant to the police or double agent (holy crap) to bring both factions down
Be an “honest” crook or go on murderous rampages?
Will you be behind the scenes like a big boss or front page news like a fearless badass?
Build relationships, or deceive and use everyone you meet (meaning potential RO’s)
Find out who killed the family member and why
Take over Los Angeles(!?!?)
Like I said, its an idea and its in a VERY early stage (aka, not really planned out or any outlines present). The question is, is it good enough to be considered a game to be submitted?
P.S: For those who say that there is already a gangster game (Life of a Mobster) its in the name. This is more gritty, dirty, and more loose than an organized mafia. Also this game is centered around revenge and similar elements. But if you think it sounds too similar, let me know your thoughts.
P.P.S: I’m also not sure on the location of the game being in Los Angeles… it sounds too upscale
Other possibilities for the city include Chicago (my favorite aside from being my hometown ), New York City, Atlanta, San Francisco, Philadelphia or Detroit. Let me know which ones yall would rather see!!
No gender lock, and RO’s coming soon.
I’ll see ya’ll later!
Feedback is VERY MUCH appreciated!!