Supermarket Shriek Review
Posted: 6 months ago, last updated 5 weeks ago.
Author: Andy Robertson.
Because the goat is driving you can only control things by screaming. Press the left trigger to make the goat scream and turn left, press the right trigger to scream yourself and turn right. Press both triggers, to both scream and propel yourself forward.
The levels are intentionally quite difficult and if you fail you have to start from the beginning. It's zany silly fun but actually has quite a lot of skill to it as well as you need to communicate with the other player. You can even up the ante by using two microphones in co-op mode to control the shouting with actually, well, shouting. Or use the co-op mode to play the game by each having one "shout" button to press.
Rating: PEGI 3+, ESRB EVERYONE
Release Date: 09/06/2019
Players: You can play with 8 players in the same room, but you can’t play it online. You can team up to control one kart with two players. There's also a party mode for up to 8 players, but you have to complete a substantial amount of the main story before you can access that.
This game is free with Xbox Game Pass.
This game has been rated ESRB EVERYONE.
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