Excerpt: Back in 1999 very few people, except the hardcore crowd that followed and took part in activities like skateboarding and roller blading, enjoyed extreme sports. Then in late 1999 a game came out on the PlayStation that changed the world as we know it.
Excerpt: Ultimate sports are becoming more and more popular with younger audiences - they've got their own games (ESPN's "Ultimate X Games"), their own movie ("Ultimate X") and legions of games focusing on the various sports contained under the "Ultimate" banner.
Excerpt: While the current crop of “extreme” sports titles have often been little more than Tony Hawk clones, Acclaim’s Aggressive Inline provides a much-needed shot in the arm for the genre, and a genuine contender to Hawk’s throne.
Conclusion: used. For example, grinding everything with an edge increases your grinding ability (essentially your balance). The mantra, “Practice, practice, practice” has never been so applicable and it feels more natural than trading in points to increase your skills.
Conclusion: This seems quite a low score for the game which has a good longevity value within. Due to the lack of full 5.1 sounds, this has really affected the overall score which is a great disappointment for such a good game.
Conclusion: The levels are huge, similar in size to Dave Mirra 2 but with a lot more to interact with, you can swing from poles to reach higher places and talking to people opens up plenty of challenges to keep you busy - completing every level in AI will take you an age, whether it'll keep you interested that...
Summary: De flesta spel som släpps i genren extremsport känns helt meningslösa. Åtminstone för mig som tycker att Tony Hawk 3 är överlägset bäst. De försök att konkurrera med honom har mycket sällan givit något annat än vatten på kvarnen för Tonys fans.
Pros: Stora, väldesignade banor, Mängder av trick, Coola karaktärer, Det går att bygga egna banor, Skojiga röster
Cons: Stela, ryckiga animationer, Taskigt musikval, Går inte att göra en egen åkare