Mark McMorris Infinite Air is a fresh welcome into snowboarding for newcomers and a challenging step into untracked territory for seasoned boarders. Get ready to shred custom-built runs and show off gnarly tricks across vast, personalized terrain parks and 100+ square miles of backcountry. Awe-inspiring environments, fluid snowboarding maneuvers and authentic competitions craft an exhilarating and realistic experience on the snow.Read full description
Mark McMorris Infinite Air is a fresh welcome into snowboarding for newcomers and a challenging step into untracked territory for seasoned boarders. Get ready to shred custom-built runs and show off gnarly tricks across vast, personalized terrain parks and 100+ square miles of backcountry. Awe-inspiring environments, fluid snowboarding maneuvers and authentic competitions craft an exhilarating and realistic experience on the snow.
Infinite Air is equipped with an enhanced editor that allows players to create custom parks for complete immersion into the sport of snowboarding. Get to know the snow like never before as you build the ultimate runs with jumps, cliffs, rails, ramps, and countless other items, taking the next step to defining your riding style! Challenge friends to ride your runs and compete in real-world competitions like Slopestyle and Big Air! Drop in by helicopter anywhere you wish, on fresh powder in the backcountry or awesome runs in the park!
• Ride with the Pros Join top snowboarder Mark McMorris and other pros in the most authentic snowboarding game to date.
• Genre-Defining Realism Fluid analog controls and physics-driven animations capture the true feel of snowboarding, allowing for skill-based trick executions and your own flavor of creativity.
• Challenge Your Friends Compete in real-world events and go head-to-head in Slopestyle, Big Air, and Halfpipe competitions.
• Infinite Runs to Ride Procedurally generated mountains and an intuitive map editor deliver an infinite number of mountains to explore and big air to find.
• Share and Explore Share your course creations with friends online, and explore the best runs the community has to offer.
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This title attempts to do what SKATE did for skateboarding in snowboarding games. There's an open world. There are complex controls and there's a progression system. There are some moments that are genuinely exciting like going downhill or finally nailing a difficult trick. However the frustrating controls make it a chore to play much of the time.
HB Studios, who are no strangers when it comes to making sports games, attempted to recreate the adrenaline rush of speeding down a snowy mountain at death-defying speeds we once achieved with games like SSX Tricky. Just to give you some context, Mark McMorris, of Mark McMorris Infinite Air fame, was only seven years old when SSX Tricky came out. So yeah, it?s been a while since we?ve gotten our shred on. A word of warning: Infinite Air, even though it looks like it, is not an arcade snowboarding game. Patience is going to be your number one skill if you plan on pulling off some sick moves on the slopes. Too bad the control scheme seems to be actively working against you at every jump. Infinite Air is easy to pick up, things, like carving through the snow and changing direction, are done with the left joystick while simple tricks are done with a flick of the right. When in the air, holding down either the left or right trigger can be used to perform grabs with your left or right hand. If you?ve played a skateboarding game, the controls have a familiar feel to them especially when you?re grinding down on rails or spinning off a halfpipe.
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