Grab your hoverboard and take to the skies in the futuristic super-speed air racing of TrickStyle. There's no need for wheels here as you choose your stylish racer and board and head for the Velodrome. At the Velodrome staging area you enter a room and decide which of the 18 tracks you'd like to strut your airborne stuff on.Read full description
Grab your hoverboard and take to the skies in the futuristic super-speed air racing of TrickStyle. There's no need for wheels here as you choose your stylish racer and board and head for the Velodrome. At the Velodrome staging area you enter a room and decide which of the 18 tracks you'd like to strut your airborne stuff on.
Race on three continents on awesome tracks that will challenge your every reflex and skill. But wait, there's no time to rest as you face off against a champion boss character. Emerge victorious and you'll unlock brand new hoverboards to compete with.
Pull off wild tricks, spins, and jaw-dropping jumps while blazing across inventive courses. Slip between narrow passageways, avoid buildings, dive under bridges, and hop over fences as you blitz towards the finish. TrickStyle includes an iconic techno soundtrack, and inspired sound effects.
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TrickStyle is a port of old Dreamcast game and as it was made for Sega console you should already know what to expect. It's arcade at its finest, fast paced and crazy like most of the games made for Sega consoled. The game also offers amazing soundtracks that fit into the game perfectly. PC version offers nice 4K support which while doesn't change all that much but it's a nice addition.
Excellent futuristic skateboarding game, the game has graphics similar to the old school games but with modern mechanics, the scenarios are quite varied and the stunts that can be made are very good. The game despite not having very good graphics is quite entertaining worth giving it a try.
TrickStyle is a futuristic skateboarding style racing game that was originally released in 1999 on the PC and Dreamcast. You can pick from different riders and boards and then race on 18 different tracks with jumps, loops, and laser-like railings to grind. When it first released it was a good looking game held back by certain characters being better options and there really only being a few trick options that were useful to do, on top of how easy it is to perform tricks and that they aren't that interesting to watch. 18 years later the game isn't going to be as interesting and making things worse the Steam version of the game has some issues running on newer computers, some that were fixed in other digital versions.
First of all, the game itself is pretty good but since it's a simple port I can't give it more then 3 stars. The game is pretty good you surf around with your board you can choose a lot of different characters to play as. The music is pretty good. I like the gameplay, it doesn't seem dated and still plays fine. There is also a 2 Player mode, I haven't tested it myself yet but it seems like it's just like the 1 Player mode with another player added. However since it's still a simple port, it has the low resolution like it did back in the '99's. It also has the same bugs as it used to have back then. I rate it 3 out of 5 stars.
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