PS3, MAC, LINUX, PC, PS4 / Other / Release: January 2014 / ESRB: RP

Sportsfriends review: a party waiting to happen

By Robert Workman, May 26, 2014 9:00am PDT

Sportsfriends is about to become your new life of the party.


Sportsfriends creators explain local-only play

By Steve Watts, May 06, 2014 9:30am PDT

Sportsfriends co-creator Bennett Foddy explains how they hope to win players over with their local-only approach to multiplayer.


Sportsfriends comes to PS3 & PS4 on May 6th, no PlayStation Move required

By Andrew Yoon, Apr 25, 2014 11:30am PDT

Sportsfriends, a compilation of four local multiplayer games, will be available on PS3 and PS4 for $14.99. Included in the bundle are Johann Sebastian Joust, Hokra, Super Pole Riders, and BaraBariBall.


Sportsfriends coming to PS4 in 2014

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 14, 2013 3:45pm PDT

Sportsfriends, a magical collection of sports-themed local multiplayer games, is also coming to PlayStation 4. Featuring Johann Sebastian Joust, Super Pole Riders, BaraBariBall, and Hokra, the four games are finally nearing completion.


Sportsfriends pre-orders offer alpha builds of local multiplayer lovelies

By Alice O'Connor, Jun 11, 2013 2:41pm PDT

If you've got friends and enjoy beating them in video games whilst yelling in their faces, you should pre-order local multiplayer bundle Sportsfriends and honestly, do something about that aggression. It's a fantastic $30 collection of top local competitive games J.S. Joust,...


Sportsfriends scores Kickstarter goal

By Alice O'Connor, Dec 11, 2012 6:00am PST

Propose something nostalgic and people will whip their wallets out, but ask for help with something new and you may lose all hope in this so-called culture. Fortunately, the phenomenal Sportsfriends managed to narrowly hit its Kickstarter funding goal in the final day, after...


Johann Sebastian Joust officially coming to PS3 and PC via Sportsfriends

By Andrew Yoon, Nov 08, 2012 2:30pm PST

Johann Sebastian Joust is a critically acclaimed multiplayer game for PlayStation Move that features no graphics. And it's going to get an official PS3 and PC release--with your help.