Screamride is every sadistic theme-park creator's dream come true

I don't know about you, but when I played Rollercoaster Tycoon, my goal was always to create the most insane, death-defying loops, and then send my patrons flying off the track as fast as possible. Microsoft and Frontier seems to get this, and has announced Screamride during their Gamescom 2014 press conference.

Set in a sterile white future filled with flying cars, Screamride appears to be a theme park simulator where the ultimate goal is to create the most insane, gut wrenching attractions ever made--and of course, those rides need to be tested on living humans first. People will go flying out of their seats, cars will go flying off of their tracks, and buildings explode and break apart in hilarious ways.

Not much else was shown outside of a single trailer, but expect Screamride in Spring of 2015, exclusively on Xbox One.

David Roberts
David Roberts lives in Everett, WA with his wife and two kids. He once had to sell his full copy of EarthBound (complete with box and guide) to some dude in Austria for rent money. And no, he doesn't have an amiibo 'problem', thank you very much.