Review – Mark McMorris Infinite Air
Mark McMorris Infinite Air is know as “A fresh welcome into snowboarding for newcomers and a challenging step into untracked territory for seasoned boarders”. One of the first things I will agree with on this is it definitely is challenging. While fun at times, the control system is fairly complex and hard to get a handle on. With that being said, once you are able to spend time with the controls, they do get a little easier. The controls themselves I feel are built as a more professional simulator for Snowboarding then your more traditional arcade style game.
One thing that is unique about this game is the Mountain Editor is that it allows you to make a copy of the entire mountain as is, create your own runs with jumps, cliffs, rails, ramps and countless other items, taking the next step to defining your riding style! It also allows you to upload your custom mountain and share with friends and other online players.
While moving around the mountain, the game gives you the ability to jump into your own helicopter and fly to anywhere on the mountain to shred however and wherever you want. The one thing i was hoping for when I saw the word “Drop in” from the helicopter was an epic free-fall, but unfortunately it treats it like a loading point and already starts you on the mountain slope.
- 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 Slope-style, Big Air, and Half-pipe competitions.
- Infinite Runs to Ride. Procedural 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.
Create Your Own Custom Mountain With Tons of Options
Multiplayer Sharing Options With Custom Mountains
Solid Graphics and Sound Effects
Difficult Control System That Is Challenging To Learn