I love the show House and all, but... as a game? Murder, She Wrote?
They do realize that the big selling market for games is around age 14-28, males. Pretty much all of which hate Murder, She Wrote, and which only a very very small percentage of those in the upper part of the bracket might be a tiny bit interested in a House game... despite the show being excellent.
I smell failure here. I like the overall idea for casual gaming but Murder She Wrote? Besides I have not seen any games like this actually be any good to begin with. The last time I saw a game even remotely like this, that I sat down and played, was the 7th Guest and the 11th Hour. Sorry but back then I did enjoy those games for passing the time.
[citation][nom]chripuck[/nom]Best part is someone will mod the game's skins... you could probably play doctor with a naked Camerone and 13.[/citation] Or a naked Angela Lansbury :|[citation][nom]tenor77[/nom]Where's my Matlock game?[/citation]LOL!!
House? in an adventure/hidden object game? I like the show but what are they going to do, hide a marble up a 7 year old's nose and House has to find out why the kid can breathe? Or diagnose a guy with internal bleeding after a surgery and find the scalpel that was left inside the guy? Hidden object/adventure sounds retarded for a medical type game (not even sure if a game can be well made around a medical environment...) guns in games is one thing but I wouldn't want my kids trying to play doctor at home with a steak knife after playing House... lol
I can imagine a mechanism where the House game allows your to pop Vicodin to make your vision clearer and the clues more pronounced. And different endings depending on how much Vicodin you took. There should also be multiple endings to the game depending on how much Vicodin you took throughout the 5 cases. Take too much and you get an ending similar to season 5.