Australian Ratings Reveal Microsoft’s Joy Ride Turbo

The Australian Classification Board, a ratings system that serves the same purpose for games in Australia that the ESRB does in North America, may have outed a game before its official announcement. Only the title, Joy Ride Turbo, and the publisher, Microsoft, have been revealed. Current speculation is that the game is some sort of sequel to Microsoft‘s motion racing game, Kinect Joy Ride, which was developed by BigPark and released as part of the Kinect launch in late 2010. That game was originally announced as a free Xbox LIVE Arcade title with traditional controls in 2009, before being retooled as a retail Kinect game.

At the moment, there are no additional details as to what kind of game Joy Ride Turbo is or if it will be a Kinect exclusive again. We will keep you updated as further news develops.

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