Summary: As my title suggests, this is the first 1-star review I've had to write about a fully functional product. Let me start by saying I loved Amped 2, and it was one of my all-time favorite Xbox games. So $2.99 for Amped 3 on Xbox 360 at Gamestop seemed like a no-brainer.
Conclusion: If it wasn't for the achievement points, there would be no reason to play Amped 3 at all. Why did they change the format style and loose the psuedo-realism of Amped 1 and 2 in favour of outrageous SSX style boarding? Rushed effort, could do better. Oh yeh dude... welcome to online gaming...not!
Summary: After I played it, I sold it, because theres no online competition execept the leaderboards!!! If you bought it, you should sell it. The missions where you try to get the highest doctors bill are so stupid!
Amped: Doesn't Deserve X-Box 360 Status (Train Wreck)
Blacksmith & the Artist, Amazon
24 December 2005
Summary: I rented Amped 360 after reading the good reviews some people gave it. My analaysis ... Hardly worth renting, much less buying; especially compared to other games. Painfully long Load times and annoying appeal-to-7-year-old interface are hard to stomach.
Summary: I thought i'd try Amped 3 since I was a fan of the SSX series on Playstation. The graphics are good. Unfortunately its the old thing that is. The rest is rubbish. You start with access to a bit of a mountain. There are a few events open, the rest you have to unlock. The events are challenges.
Summary: I got this game as a bundle with a wifi adapter for a bargain, so i thought id give the game a go. i've had a couple of goes on snowboarding games before, they werent my cup of tea but i could see the attraction, for people who like this kind of thing. the games were good.