I'm not sure I'll ever forgive Fox for canceling Firefly, but this latest news is, at least, some consolation. The Verge reports that the series' original cast will be reunited in the upcoming massively multiplayer game, Firefly Online. The latest trailer provides a small taste of the cast reunion, with appearances from Ron Glass and Nathan Fillion:
Okay, so, it turns out that seeing other Firefly fans geek out can be a little embarrasing. Also, those graphics don't look all that impressive. Also, Papyrus.
But whatever. I'm not losing hope.
According to The
Verse Verge, Firefly Online is currently in development at Spark Plug games with an as-yet-unknown release schedule. The game will be out on Windows, OS X, Android, and iOS.
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