Xbox Exclusive Screamride’s ESRB Rating Reveals Gameplay Details About Microsoft’s Rollercoaster Game

on November 26, 2014 3:12 PM

Microsoft unveiled Screamride at Gamescom, developed by David Braben’d Fronter Developments and published by Microsoft’s own Game Studios, and the game is scheduled for release on Xbox One And Xbox 360 on March 3rd.

As usual for Microsoft games, it got its ESRB rating (the game got an innocent “E for Everyone”) several months before its release, and you can read the description below, revealing some details about the gameplay:

This is an action-construction game in which players design, build, and test futuristic roller-coaster rides. In one game mode, players’ unsuccessful attempts in competition may cause passengers to get flung from their seats. In Demolition-Expert mode, players must cause property damage to earn points: buildings are depicted crumbling and toppling over as pedestrians scream and scurry away from damage. Although human characters are never seriously injured, several stages depict loud crashing sounds, explosions, and screaming.

Descriptors: Mild Violence.

Looks like your abused passengers won’t go splat too hard when you fling them from your rollercoasters.

 /  Executive News Editor
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