The game features over 300 clips, and your objective is to come up with the wittiest, silliest dubs imaginable. Six players will participate, while a further six players will form the “audience”, voting for their favourites. “Win the crowd over with your dubs and you’ll rack up points. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins. It’s just that easy!”
Look, something like this is clearly going to have a limited shelf life, and with coronavirus lockdowns still in full effect, you’re probably going to struggle to assemble the kind of party needed to make this fun. But once the world returns to normal, we reckon you could stage a pretty good night in around this – it’s a really fun idea, isn’t it? The game’s due out on 8th April for PlayStation 4.