If you have always dreamed of driving a limousine in the 1970’s, then consider this debut Xbox One game published by No Goblin. Roundabout is a game based on the 70s B-Movie genre. Step into a limousine, pick up passengers and explore the giant open world adventure – Oh yeah, your limousine is spinning the entire time.
Set in 1977, Roundabout tells the rise to fame story of Georgio Manos, arguably the world’s most famous revolving chauffeur. While driving players around the town of Roundabout, players will learn about the dizzying highs, terrifying lows, and secret loves of a revolving limousine driver. You’ll experience the seventies in the only authentic way possible: with full motion video set in the interior of a limousine.
As you might imagine, a game inspired by the B-Movie genre is purposely aimed at being a tad cheesy. So far, the game has only received four reviews and a total score of 4 out of 5 stars, but we wonder if people aren’t “feeling” the purposely-cheesy game style.
Head over to the Xbox Game Store using the link below to check the game out; it costs $14.99 and comes in at 2.97 GB. Let us know if you try the game – is it “fun cheesy” or “bad cheesy”?