Drive!Drive!Drive! is bold, daring, looks like loads of fun and is releasing tommorow, December 13th for both PlayStation 4 and PC
Drive!Drive!Drive! has what a lot of games, even indie ones, seem to have forgotten in recent years: bravado, guts and a Drive! to innovate. You like racing games? How about we put several races into your race, so you can drive, while you drive!
The concept can be a little confusing, so here is what different cloth, the studio behind the game, had to say about the concept: "You must race & manage multiple tracks at the same time. You are able to switch between the different tracks of a race any time you like. When you switch away from a track, a computer racer takes over driving on that track for you. Unfortunately, the computer racers aren't what you’d call competent. They are what you'd call incompetent. But in a clever way. In other words, to place well in every track you're racing you’re going to have to hop from track-to-track on a regular basis to account for the subversively cretinous computer cars. This Artificial IdiocyTM is uniquely powered by our Intelligent StupidityTM engine."
Visually, Drive!Drive!Drive! is quite reminiscent of Nitronic Rush, with a more matte and less neon saturated aesthetic. The musical score comes courtesy of the not-so-clasical rock duo ZOMBI, and is more than fitting for the games chaotic presentation. This entire risky venture is published by Choice ProVisions. Kudos for supporting something new and interesting, especially on a mechanical level, and not just artsy-pixel-platformer-nr.15424, which seems to have become some sort of norm for the indie market lately.
Drive!Drive!Drive! will be available trough Steam and the on PlayStation Store for about $20.