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Terrain park for Stoked suggestion--A-51 or what else?

As I have said I am here to help this game get on the right track. With the many many remarks I have read about it needing a terrain park. I can't not agree more with everyone! It does need it mixed in the picture. So with that said I don't expect Stoked to become a park mtn game, but it does need 1 sick bad a$$ terrain park, maybe like something modeled after A-51 if its possible to do? Or what others would be the 1 kick a$$ terrain park your not going to get tired or bored of.... Lets hear what you would like to see be in Stoked for a terrain park
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When I think of a park with size I think of mammoth mountain. Modeling whistler and including their park would be sick as well. Throw some east coast love in there! Loon has a great and large park. Mt snows carinthia. Bear myn is all park and could be alot of fun to play
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Most people would think it is lame to see a mtn from NJ but Mountain Creek has some ridiculous features in their parks. Massive hits, crazy rails I have never seen anywhere else and the whole thing is huge.
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You could mix in features from various parks and create a super park. This would also probably cut down copyright costs.
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Most people would think it is lame to see a mtn from NJ but Mountain Creek has some ridiculous features in their parks. Massive hits, crazy rails I have never seen anywhere else and the whole thing is huge.
lol you need to get out more. creek is good but not that good.


gotta make sure to have some superpark features in it as well
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You could mix in features from various parks and create a super park. This would also probably cut down copyright costs.
Hmm so like a collective mix of features from some of the best terrain parks. I like this idea and would be unique than just a single park being modeled after. Keep it up guys! Start to list features from the different parks you would like to see be put in the game
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DC mountain lab, Northstar, whistler, mammoth, mountain creek, you could just mix like all of those together or something. It really doesnt matter as long has you just make more than one terrain park and as long as you make them good. Make handrails and just a lot of cool features, and make huge kickers.
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It would also be great if the controls were more rail friendly because you would do nosepresses by flipping your body into them which sometimes results in a boards pressing at a 90 degree angle which is very unrealistic.
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It would also be great if the controls were more rail friendly because you would do nosepresses by flipping your body into them which sometimes results in a boards pressing at a 90 degree angle which is very unrealistic.
ya the grinding sucked, it was always really glitchy
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