Okay, but seriously, I don't get how this game is still on Steam, it's got a whopping 16/100 metacritic score, why anyone would buy it is beyond me.
Probably because Steam is a store, and it's unlikely the developer would go "oh, my game got a bad score guess I don't want to sell it anymore"
I thought Steam had like some sort of policy after that one game, War Z or something?
If they don't, then whatever, I was wrong, call the police, someone is wrong on the internet.
It's a horrible game, if people want to buy it to get a good laugh, I suppose it would be worth it, but yeah, it's pretty awful.
War Z was different, it had a bit of whats know as "False Advertising" on its store page provided by developers on top of being ****. Ride to Hell is bad, but isn't doing any illegal.
Also get it as a gag gift for someone, they might enjoy it for 5 minutes. Or get them Bad Rats and enjoy them never enjoying it because that game is literally broken. A physics based puzzle game where the physics just random work differently for no reason at all.