My favorite thing other than Skyrim and dill pickles is definitively North Korea. That kooky hermit kingdom is full of entertaining truthisms and terror. Just when you think it can't get any weirder on the north side of the DMZ....it does.
Anyway, I digress.
Koryo Tours, which will take you to North Korea for REALSIES, commissioned the game. To promote tourism? To give you imperialist American Scum a look inside their glorious thriving *cough* Capitol city? Who really knows what is going on behind the thought process of any of their decision making processes. The point is this game is just as full of in your face propaganda for the dear leader and bizarre not so true to life set ups as you would expect!
The traffic looks about right based on what I know about North Korea...it's VERY sparse. This is probably one of two government owned vehicles that are used to chauffeur around tourists to show them what a high quality of life the city has to offer.
The horn sounds like it's based off the pipes of the Armageddon as in it is truly a thing of nightmares. The music is straight out of a 16bit elevator and gives me a strange urge to invade America and Japan.
None of the other cars on the road seem to be moving. That is all like three of them you see on your romp around this bustling metropolis. One of the world famous traffic ladies keeps coming on screen and telling you not to look at her. You better listen or she'll probably have you charged with treason and killed.
You can see all the insanely larger than life statues of the Eternal President Kim Il Sung. You drive beneath the Ryugyong Hotel which has been under construction since, well, it started in 1987. The hotel was supposed to have eight revolving floors and supposedly has five revolving restaurants. Key words there: "supposed to" and "supposedly".
Oh look the link is down :(
If it's anything like it's tourism season for Americans, you'll have four days a year to play accompanied by heavily armed guards who will tell you how to drive and never to win.