PS4 Getting Game Where You Play as a Piece of Bread

I Am Bread's PlayStation 4 announcement video is a funny parody of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song.

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Surgeon Simulator developer Bossa Studios is bringing its wacky bread simulator I Am Bread to PlayStation 4, the London-based studio announced today. The game is set to launch this summer.

Accompanying Bossa's announcement today is a funny parody of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song because....well, we're not sure why.

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Bossa isn't developing the PS4 edition of I Am Bread itself, as development duties have been handed over to Gravity Crash and Oddworld developer Just Add Water.

The PS4 edition of I Am Bread will be playable at Sony's booth at E3 later this month.

I Am Bread tells the "beautiful story of one slice of bread's epic and emotional journey as it embarks on a quest to become toasted." The game is currently available on PC for $13, while mobile versions are also in development. The game has not been announced for Xbox One.

GameSpot gave I Am Bread a 5/10 review score.

"Ultimately, it's a game for the same folks who still cackle with glee whenever there is a new Sharknado, or that still watch Snakes on a Plane," reviewer Justin Clark wrote. "The joke is in the premise, in the title, and it won't stop winking and snickering with you for hours on end. But all it takes is one moment of clarity, one second-guess 'why was I laughing' for the whole thing to fall apart. And in this game's case, all it has to do is remind you of how irksome it can be and often is to go from being a goofy joke to a serious headache in a flash."

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