Drakeā€™s a lover, a fighter, a feeler, an actor, and most definitely not a broadcaster. Debate if you will about which identity suits him best, but thereā€™s now a video game that focuses on whatā€™s probably his most prolific hobby beyond rapping and singing: getting into feuds with other artists.

The Legend of Drake: Rise of the 6 God is a new 16-bit online game that hones in on his beef-happy history, which has included everyone from Kendrick Lamar to Kanye, Kid Cudi, and Meek Mill. Although itā€™s named after Drake, and primarily focuses on his rise to power, you can also play as Lil B and Future. Based on the trailer, you can run around, spout lyrics, craft tweets, do battle with foes, and attempt to woo Nicki Minaj with the ā€œHotline Blingā€ dance moves.

You can download for free on PC or Mac from the developer who goes by Sprightly. They recently talked with Pigeons and Planes about how the game took ā€œ500 hoursā€ of work and was originally intended to be a dumb joke thing, which it still is by all accounts. But Sprightly also includes a message at the beginning of the game about fighting systemic racism and expanded more on his line of thinking to Pigeons and Planes:

ā€œI started working on this game basically as a joke a year and a half ago, but during the course of that time, a lot has transpired in terms of major racial injustices, specifically affecting the hip-hop community. Make no mistake, this game is still a ridiculous joke at its core, but I wanted to include a note at the beginning of the game, empowering people to fight for whatā€™s right. I wholeheartedly respect hip-hop culture and meant this as a loving parody. But we need to do what we can to protect the community if we want to continue to enjoy it. If my weird-ass Drake RPG can help with that at all, then those 500 hours were definitely worth it.ā€

If you do end up downloading The Legend of Drake, try to take it easy on Meekā€”he has some more important things to be worrying about right now.

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