Publisher Devolver Digital is bringing us the unabashedly strange Baby Steps on PS5, and we're here for it. Announced back in June, this game comes from the mind behind QWOP and viral hit Getting Over It, this time delivering the purposely clumsy gameplay with a narrative.
You play as a 30-something slacker called Nate who finds himself in a surreal realm in which he literally has to learn to walk again. Details on gameplay are sparse but, as you can see in the above video, it looks like you'll be controlling each of his legs separately as you attempt to overcome increasingly treacherous obstacles.
It looks mad, and we can't wait. Unfortunately it's almost a year away, releasing in Summer 2024, so we've got a while to go yet. What do you think of Baby Steps? Tell us in the comments section below.
Having grown up alongside PlayStation, Stephen has developed an eclectic taste in video games and a wide knowledge of the medium, from small indie gems to the biggest AAA blockbusters. Ever hopeful that the Burnout series makes a miraculous return.
Looked better than Spider-Man 2
I'm sorry, maybe I just don't understand the game. But I cannot see the appeal and think that Sony couldn't have picked a worse game to open this State of Play.
It's one of those «play with your friends or stream on Twitch'' type of games where you can laugh and have fun just embracing the madness on screen. Think Octodad, Goat Simulator, I Am Bread, etc.
Not for everyone but it has it's audience.
I have seen games like bum simulator, altf4 and only up break the internet because they are dumb. The kind of game people buy because their fav streamer plays it, the kind of game people make speedruns of. This kind of games never come to console inRead more on pushsquare.com