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- Ride your way: Navigate the open world in the Alps and Alaska freely and create your own path as you decide how to explore your massive mountain playground by ski, wingsuit, snowboard, or paraglide
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RIDE YOUR WAY Navigate the open world freely and create your own path as you decide how to explore your massive mountain playground. • Choose between four unique ways to traverse the mountain: ski, wingsuit, snowboard, or paraglide. • Rip through snowy terrains and skies, discover hidden spots, or just take in all the beauty the highlands of the Alps and Alaska have to offer
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It really is an addicitive game. It's certainly an original idea. Effectively, an open-world skiing/boarding/paragliding/wingsuit game. The graphics are slick. The vistas are something to behold. The whole physics engine has been well thought out, and the sense of speed and realism that's really immersive.
It's not without it's flaws. The game mechanics are poorly explained at the start, and even now it remains somewhat of a mystery as to how to land a trick perfectly. The tutorial is over way too soon, leaving you scratching your head as to how you're meant to progress in the game. There's the odd bug-out crash as well. The multiplayer is more of a social get-together. You don't race per se, but rather all appear in the same area and (if you want) take on the same challenges. A leaderboard shows you your standing, but it's a bit disjointed. Would be awesome to have a start line where the gate drops and you all pile out. But no, instead, you all join the race/challenge at the time of your choosing. Bizarre!
It's definitely quirky!
I could go on, but it would detract from something that - at its core - is innovative, fun and engaging. You're never far from a new challenge, and Google is your friend (actually, Reddit and the Ubisoft forum are superb). On that, I know Ubisoft has its detractors, but they've already put out 4 patches, the last 2 addressing a good few of the communities wishes (eg no HUD mode).Read more ›
Admittedly I'm a huge snowboarding fan and go riding every winter. So my level of tolerance of what many are saying is bland and repetitive is high, but this does have a lot of merits.
It looks amazing. The graphics are really good for a snowboarding game, particularly the vistas and the snow itself, which to me is absolutely critical. It needs to look like you're making a mark in deep powder, and it does; somehow it feels real.
The mechanics of riding (skiing or flying) also work really well. I had my reservations to start, and found learning to do jumps and tricks a bit tough compared with more arcade games, but once you understand the controls, they're excellent. Riding a snowboard - riding powder, carving, doing tricks, spinning, grabbing, landing - all feel good. I can't fault it.
The map is huge. I mean absolutely massive. Which is definitely what I wanted. And it really is open, plus easy to get around using the map functionality. There are lots of distinct zones, many based on real alpine locations (some I've been to so they look familiar to me!), and a wide variety of amazing terrain types to suit all four sports.
The challenges are fun, broad and actually challenging, but not too difficult that you tire of attempting them. That said I can see why some people find them repetitive. There are a lot of challenges and - in typical Ubisoft mode - things to see, do and tick off a list, as it's all open world. I've enjoyed them all.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this game not realising that in order to play it you need Broadband (which we don't have here in rural France, just a measly limited Satellite connection). Read morePublished 24 days ago by miss s a latham
Son really enjoys this game and likes you can earn virtual money to upgrade equipment, good price and would reccomendPublished 1 month ago by ledwards
Bought for my son, he was thrilled and has played it often since getting it.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer