Australia's Weirdest Video Game Just Got A Release Date

We first wrote about Push Me Pull You almost two years ago. I was excited for this messed up video game back then and I'm excited about it now. Finally, it's gotten an official release date.

It makes its debut on the PlayStation 4 on May 3.

And it has the best trailer.

What is Push Me Pull You? Well it's probably the cutest body horror sports game ever made.

A large part of the appeal of Push Me Pull You is the weirdness of it -- the hilarity of human bodies being stuck together -- but the launch trailer spends a lot of time focusing on the techniques and tricks you'll need to use to succeed at this game. I get the sense that Push Me Pull You, once it's in the wild, is going to get quite competitive!

“Part of the goal with this trailer is to show people how we think and talk about the strategies we use. These terms are a shorthand we started using to describe tactics during play - strange phrases that would pop up like ‘make a snail’ or ‘get in the bag’” says co-creator Nico Disseldorp.

I am super keen to just play this with my family. Possibly even my children!

A PC/Mac/LInux release is also en-route, but I'm really glad this game has made it to consoles. It's a brilliant same-screen party game and, in my experience, those work best on consoles hooked up to a main television.

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Comments

    dafuq did i just watch?????

    reminds me too much of human centipede or what i imagine that movie to be, seeing i havnt and never will watch it.

    nightmare fuel.....

    Last edited 21/04/16 10:27 am

      Reminds me of Catdog.

        YES!
        i used to love Catdog.
        thanks for the perspective change. ha ha.

          Those early 90s Nickelodeon cartoons were the pinnacle of entertainment back then. Loved Catdog and Rocko's Modern Life

            ren and stimpy too.
            watching them now, i cant believe how im not messed up with some of the stuff that was in those shows. i wouldnt let my kids watch them at the age i was watching them - under 10 years old.

    This looks like an awesome drinking game, filler game. But could be great with kids as you say, the controls look so wonky that random stuff they do could be beneficial

    This looks exactly like last my last tequila party after we brought out the twister board...

      Looks like that time I crapped and vomited at the same time.

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