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Roundabout is the port of a game that came to the PC last year, and it's easily the most bonkers release we've played in a long time. You assume the role of the ever-silent Georgio Manos – the world's first spinning limousine driver – and are tasked with re-enacting her fictional rise to fame in the 70s. Stages adopt two...
Yes! As a lifelong fan of Crazy Taxi and Kuru Kuru Kururin, this editor has been waiting patiently for Sony to flag down Roundabout for its suite of systems – and it’s finally happened. Writing on the PlayStation Blog, developer No Goblin’s co-founder Dan Teasdale has confirmed that the
Between the likes of Octodad: Dadliest Catch and King Oddball, there have been no shortage of strange games on the PlayStation 4 – but the impending Roundabout may just be the oddest yet. Set to start spinning in early 2015, the limousine simulation is essentially a reimagining of Game Boy Advance classic Kuru Kuru Kururin [Can never...
Part open world, part puzzle game, all twisted. In Roundabout, players drive passengers in a constantly revolving limousine to their destinations.
Set in 1977, Roundabout tells the rise to fame story of Georgio Manos, arguably the world's most famous revolving chauffeur. While driving around the town of Roundabout, players can pick up passengers, compete in challenges, find hidden collectables, customize their limousine, purchase property, and much, much more!
Roundabout's cutting edge full motion video technology allows us to put real actors in the back seat! Watch as Georgio Manos (played by Kate Welch) drives an all-star cast to their destinations.