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Super Street: The Game Goes On Display

Super Street heads to Germany for a video game shakedown

Ceso Bagay
Aug 31, 2018
Photographer: Staff

The dust has settled from our attendance at the Gamescom mega event last week, and it's one that we'll never forget. More than half a million people came to Cologne, Germany, for this year's Gamescom. For the first time ever, they had the chance to go hands-on with our upcoming video game, Super Street: The Game. As expected, it was one big rollercoaster and it was amazing to receive your kind words, honest opinions and plenty of feedback.

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Men and women both you and old stopped by our "pop-up garage" last week during Gamescom to get their first hands-on experience with Super Street: The Game. At our booth, which was armed with four Playseats and Thrustmaster steering wheels, players were able to get a surge of nostalgia trying out our upcoming street racer. All of them agreed on one thing: Super Street: The Game completely feels like a new take upon the classic old school arcade racers. And that's something they'd been waiting on for a long time.

It was amazing to see so many people try their best at the title we've been working on for so long. Whether they tried it with our steering wheel set-up or with a controller, all of them seemed to lose themselves trying to earn the coveted first place finish.

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Of course, that wasn't all. One of the biggest highlights of the convention was surely our big give-away. Visitors could win one of nine prizes if they took a picture of our booth and shared it on Instagram with the hashtag #sstggc18. The top prize was the Thrustmaster T150 Pro steering wheel, which is an amazing way to take your race experience to an even higher level. Don't worry, the winners have all been messaged and their desired prizes will be sent soon enough. We can't wait for the smile on their faces after receiving their prizes.

Without a doubt, the most important aspect to our visit was getting the attendees' honest opinions and feedback. Nothing was more exciting than seeing the reactions of people trying out Super Street: The Game for the first time. It was amazing to see them enjoy the game first hand and finding out what they thought. We want to thank all of the visitors for all of the feedback we received - whether positive or negative, it was all constructive and we appreciate the thoughts. With your help and support we can keep on improving Super Street: The Game.

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At the moment we're collecting all of the feedback we've received over the past few weeks. Not only that which we received at the Gamescom, but also from the YouTubers we gave early access to, like SLAPtrain, LP-RIPPER24TV, BOURNE15ive and TC9700Gaming. Super Street: The Game is a game that can only exist and keep on evolving because of our community. Therefore we will continue updating the game as much as we can based on you and the rest of the community's feedback.

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So, no breaks after Gamescom! Our team continues to work hard to implement feedback, new features and keep improving the game so that in the end, you'll get the classic arcade experience you deserve. We can't wait to launch Super Street: The Game and give gamers all around the world the chance to play it. And from there on, we will expand the game with new content, updates and patches. Again, thank you for all the comments and stay tuned for more! Follow the official website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for all of the latest news.

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