Reviews and Problems with Splashdown: Rides Gone Wild
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25 June 2015
Summary: game was super fun to play back then & still is to this day....beautiful water for a PS2 game, competitive fun gamplay, lot of courses to choose from & one of the best trick system to ever grace a videogame!
Summary: I feel it is a good action game, but due to high cost, people would think twice before buying it. Better try it first. I cannot say much about this game as I have not played it, but I have played many other games full of fun for price half of this game.
Summary: This game rocks!!First of all, this game is about racing on a jet ski, while going off ramps, on crazy levels and doing tricks. If you have played splashdowns original game, you will realize that the games are a whole, lot different, mainly beacause the first one was made by Atari and Infrogames,...
Summary: This game is good, clean, fun. There is a language caution but there is not any cursing in the game. I suggest any child six(if very mauture.If not I suggest wait till seven.) or older can play the game. This game is like riding on a speedboat through a themepark.
Summary: I played Splashdown Rides Gone Wild at my best freinds house and I loved it I wanted it so badly I did fourteen chores in a day to earn it the next day. And that is a big deal to me becuase I usually only get one chore done in a week!
Summary: I'm not much into racing type games so I didn't have too many expectations when I rented this game and find myself pleasantly surprised. There are many new things you can unlock as you progress through the races and the visuals are outstanding.
Summary: I bought this game per recommendation from Game Informer about " game you might have missed" on the PS2. Probably my favorite PS2 game (and maybe Top 10 games of all time) is SSX3, and they alluded to the fact that if you like that, you'd like Splashdown. I agree wholeheartedly.
Summary: Yeah it's pretty fun. But you know what bothers me most about this game? The trick system. Most of it is just button combinations, like in a fighting game. You don't feel much connection to the buttons you press and what the animations are doing.