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Thrill-Filled Launch Trailer For ScreamRide

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Do you remember days when resource management and queue layouts were a source of entertainment? When titles like ThemePark and RollerCoaster Tycoon filled you with ambitions of setting up your very own amusement park? When you'd spend whole afternoons killing thrill-seekers with an unstable big dipper?

Then you're going to welcome ScreamRide like a long-lost friend. 

The spiritual successor to the aforementioned titles, ScreamRide allows you to build, ride and break your very own rollercoaster creations from the comfort of your console. From the team behind the original RollerCoaster Tycoon series, this is a contemporary, physics-bending take on the classic formula for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 - with new features including the testing task of driving your own carts in an attempt to keep them on the rails. 

You can check out the bizarre world of ScreamRide in the launch trailer below.

ScreamRide arrives on Xbox One and Xbox 360 on 6 March

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