This is a parody on one game in open world that mocks modern video-blogging, Russian rap and crazy internet-stuff.
VCB: Why City is a GTA parody game taking place in Russian environment, made and published by KishMish Games. You will walk in shoes of usual guy named Vano that returns to his hometown to conquer it again and help his old friends with their many problems. Haters make an attempt on Karina the streamer’s life, genius rapper MC Heck still doesn’t have a girlfriend and the game called VCB, made by legendary Kirill and Mihan, is littered with bad feedbacks on Steam. All these problems are yours now.
Release Date: 26 Nov, 2018
Developer: KishMish Games
Publisher: KishMish Games
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, Shooting
VCB: Why City
OS: Win 7
OS: Win 10
- There will be a whole city at your service, with its surprising sights and precious transport.
- There will be a work with burrito delivery-boy, helping with video for cool rap-singer MC Heck, intimacy with sweetie pie Karina and also not letting famous game video-blogger Anton sue Kirill and Mihan for his burlesque image in game VCB!
- It’s a real game for next generation, made with the most advanced technology. It will surprise you by unusual characters, sudden twists and turns and truly impressive game world! Conquer that city! Show it who the boss is!
VCB: Why City Trailer
VCB: Why City Review
VCB: Why City is a GTA parody game made by Russian indie studio. It is ludicrous from start to finish and every aspect of it is meant to be an inside joke. The sound effects are hilarious, the missions lack variety and vehicle handling is horrible. Then, there is the graphic design which is obvious from the screenshots and is accompanied by weird filters to represent drunkenness. However, while the game is nerve-wracking at times, it manages to be a short and somewhat fun experience with a few great moments of its own. As stated in the description, of this game it is a parody of the Gran Theft Auto. Therefore, this game should not be taken seriously. The game is unlikely to be interesting to the non-Russian speaking community, because all the actions takes place around the Russian bloggers and rappers, unknown to the western society. But if you know beforehand what you’re getting into, VCB can entertain you for a couple of hours.