If you want a good laugh on this dreary Tuesday, head to the PlayStation Store and download all 1GB of Racing Bros.
Racing Bros is a free game and that, somehow, is too high a cost. Just think: you could fill that 1GB on your PS4’s hard drive with something better, like a folder full of identical Witcher 3 screenshots or a single car from Driveclub.
Here’s a look at Racing Bros in action:
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My favourite thing about this game is that it appears to be a racer where it’s almost impossible to turn a corner without your vehicle toppling over. The course is also littered with invisible walls.
“Gather your friends and get ready for a goofy and fun 4 player racing experience for almost all ages!,” says the store description, brutally owning anyone under three years old who will have to miss out on this masterpiece of PEGI 3-rated digital entertainment.
“Choose between different modes and use your skills to challenge your friends, parents and the neighbour next door.”
God, I love that. Pop round next door and ask your neighbour if they fancy 1v1-ing you on Racing Bros. Go on.
– Classic Racing
– Cops vs Thieves
– Stop The Truck
And many more…,” the description continues.
“Game developed by 4 Gladiators studio, a small indie studio which focuses on making couch multiplayer games and co-op games.”
A Google search for “4 Gladiators studio” turns up absolutely nothing. There’s seemingly no website and I wonder how this game even made it onto the PlayStation Store in the first place. Someone DM Jason Schreier at Kotaku right this second.
The gaming draught has finally ended.