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10-11-2013 03:18 AM
jtg An early beta of this came out today. You can get it from steam for 14.99.
03-12-2013 05:26 PM
jtg They posted an update today with a new interview.

Inside The Game: SNOW [Developer Interview Part 2] | Shogun Gamer: Video Game News Community: Interviews, News, Reviews and Forum

It does seem like they have a long way to go. Interesting that they are using cryengine 3. I wonder if an FPS engine allows the flexibility they need for physics of snowboarding/skiing.
01-06-2013 07:33 AM
,andreas
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Wow... i hope that animations get much better than that in the later stages of development... I've never seen a skier ride in such a static manner through trees before... no knee movement whatsoever...

For me, no snowboarding game can beat Stoked. Dropping a whole mountain without the silly grinds and spins of SSX... Shaun White's a close second, but Stoked certainly takes the cake.
SNOW is going to crush stoked. even in pre-alpha stage this game looks more promising than stoked. It's a great game, yeah, but it's not realistic enough. you lack the control in that game that is necessary for it to feel realistic.
01-06-2013 01:45 AM
Backcountry Just got Stoked Big Air Edition
12-28-2012 05:31 PM
seant46
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God, I played Amped 2 for XBox for years...some of those "photoshoot" challenges were downright impossible. Nice shoutout.
I still have amped 2 actually ha, its been at my friends house for a while. It definitely brings back memories
12-28-2012 01:54 PM
sheepstealer
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I think its a great idea to do something similar like the game skate did when all there was to buy was tony hawk before.

But still so far AMPED 2 for the win!!
God, I played Amped 2 for XBox for years...some of those "photoshoot" challenges were downright impossible. Nice shoutout.
12-28-2012 12:58 PM
jello24 Wow... i hope that animations get much better than that in the later stages of development... I've never seen a skier ride in such a static manner through trees before... no knee movement whatsoever...

For me, no snowboarding game can beat Stoked. Dropping a whole mountain without the silly grinds and spins of SSX... Shaun White's a close second, but Stoked certainly takes the cake.
12-26-2012 01:19 AM
seant46 haha I was never the best at those type of games.
12-25-2012 10:49 PM
Backcountry This game is pretty fun too and plus you don't have to buy it

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12-25-2012 10:08 PM
seant46 I think its a great idea to do something similar like the game skate did when all there was to buy was tony hawk before.

But still so far AMPED 2 for the win!!
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