When it comes to crucibles that test the bonds of friendship or family, few burn hotter than the one where you lock yourselves into a moving vehicle for hours and hours and hours. As summer winds down, we’ve invited Tony Wilson of Framework for a look at some of the best games built around long road trips, letting us experience the fun and camaraderie of the road without the tedium and frustration (usually). Then it’s on to Marvel’s Avengers: War for Wakanda, Road 96, Boyfriend Dungeon, and the underrepresented animals that you’d like to see make more game appearances?
Question of the Week: What’s a videogame world you’d like to take a road trip through, and/or what’s your favorite vidjagame to play on road trips?
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