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Rubin Talks Naughty Dog's Metallica Game

Simon Carless severely underestimates the public's interest in the Metallica game that almost was as he recounts Naughty Dog co-founder Jason Rubin's tale of the thrash metal band's flirtation with licensed video games.

But here's the real scoop - while discussing metal bands, Rubin revealed that in the early days of their firm, in the mid-'90s, Naughty Dog pitched Metallica on a game [presumably for the PlayStation] using the Crash Bandicoot game engine, with levels and enemies themed around the seminal band's songs.

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Lord Anubis3798d ago

Ah, Rubin a great artist, He should have stayed with Naughty Dog.