Ever want to play a game like Rollercoaster Tycoon, but actually measure the success of your theme park rides by turning the riders into human pin cushions? Now's your chance.
Frontier Entertainment has teamed up with Microsoft on a new title called ScreamRide, where you can create your dream (or nightmare) thrill rides on an amusement park level. The thing is, you don't always have to go the usual route, as you can test rides to go out of control and send your test subjects careening into the nearby buildings.
Although ScreamRide's gameplay wasn't revealed, the opening cinema is rather humorous, with riders have a field day jumping on the rides, only to find that they're headed for disaster as they jump off the track. Think of it as a sadistic guilty pleasure, but don't worry. They'll be coming back for more.
Look for more information on ScreamRide soon, with an expected release date in 2015.
Robert Workman posted a new article, Frontier teams with Microsoft on new virtual park simulator for Xbox One.
However, that doesn't mean everything can't go horribly wrong.
Well if I'm going to get an XB1 for Tomb Raider, might as well pick this up too.
Looks kind of like Coaster Crazy Deluxe. Have to pick that up at some point.
Frontier deserves money for that since they did finally a great job with the porting of Lost Winds 1 to Wii U Wii mode. Just a took a long time, but they did not forget.