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Our PC videos of Mark McMorris

Our PC videos of Mark McMorris

Winter is coming and snowboard games too. Everybody knows about Steep, published by Ubisoft, but Mark McMorris Infinite Air is another example, and the game has just been released on PC and Xbox One. It's a very technical game that leans more on simulation than arcade, as you'll see in the 2 videos we captured on PC. Xbox One footage will follow as soon as we can.

Gameplay #1
Gameplay #2
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Commented on 2016-11-02 16:20:38
Looks inferior, both visually and gameplay-wise. Reminds me of Shawn White's Snowboarding.
Commented on 2016-11-02 18:56:47
How can it be that the snowboard game with the best feel is still 1080 on n64? I can still go back and enjoy the hell out of simply boarding down runs, every contemporary game I've tried feels like crap. And although I haven't played this one yet it's visually apparent to me that it most likely also has bad feel.
Commented on 2016-11-02 19:08:07
Maybe Steep will be good. I mean hell, I hate Ubisoft with passion but I am so thirsty for a snowboarding game on PC.
Commented on 2016-11-02 19:21:18
After 1080, snowboarding games should have been my favourite genre but every subsequent release consistently disappointed and I haven't really enjoyed one since.
Commented on 2016-11-02 22:04:14
I'm neither an expert in snowboarding nor snowboarding games but....well it's a snowboarding game so I guess the snow at least should have been good. Rise of lara croft's snow was better, I guess that says it all
Commented on 2016-11-03 23:41:20
Why does the movement look so stiff? Is that just me or... the character doesn't seem to move very smoothly, and from my own experience, if you move like that and try any rails you will die.

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