Is Frontier Development's Xbox-exclusive amusement ride builder worth a play? That depends—how strong is your stomach?
The spiritual successor to RollerCoaster Tycoon arrives on Xboxes this Tuesday, giving players the ability to design, test-drive and destroy insane amusement park rides. I just want to see if the game's blazing speed will make Twitch pee itself.
Some exciting news for Xbox gamers: Microsoft just confirmed the release dates for three rad-looking games that are all coming out this Spring—i.e., soon. The games are Ori and the Blind Forest (March 11th, $19.99), Screamride (March 3rd, $39.99), and the Xbox One version of State of Decay (April 28th, $29.99). Woo!
New Rollercoaster Tycoon? Nope: this is ScreamRide, a newly-announced Rollercoaster Tycoon-like-game for Xbox One and 360, shown off at Microsoft's Gamescom conference in Germany today.