Carlos Ghosn’s dramatic flight from Japan is probably not the topic of a Netflix deal but, however a online game parodying his escape could also be within the works.
A pre-order web page for the sport Ghone Is Gone appeared on the Web gaming platform Steam this week, and commenced trending on Japanese Twitter. It guarantees gamers will tackle the function of “Loscar Gon”, a familiar-looking fallen chief government officer of the “Ruso, Nisson and Bishibishi companies”. (The outline cautions any resemblance to precise individuals is “purely coincidental.”)
Ghosn, the previous chairman and chief government officer of Nissan Motor Co and Renault SA, was arrested in Japan in November 2018 on suspicion of monetary misdeeds, which he denies. He spent virtually 130 days in jail earlier than being freed on bail, and fled the nation on the finish of December for Lebanon. He did so by sneaking onto a personal jet in a giant black field meant for musical gear, native media reported.
Within the yet-to-be revealed recreation, Gon’s purpose is to flee an unnamed nation by making it to the airport, hiding in musical instrument circumstances to flee the legislation and combating enemies by throwing cash at them.
A consultant for Ghosn didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark. A request for remark from Valve Corp, the corporate behind Steam primarily based in Bellevue, Washington, wasn’t answered exterior of their enterprise hours.
It’s not clear that the sport will ever really see the sunshine of day. Steam, a comparatively open platform, struggles with pretend or low-effort video games that declare to be one factor however are literally one other. The listed developer, WasabiSushiStudio, doesn’t have some other video games listed on Steam and couldn’t be contacted for remark. The deliberate launched date is listed for Jan 23. – Bloomberg