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21 Responses to “Aaron Feinberg: Old Flick Trick Toy”
Didn’t even know they had those…. which reminds me, when the hell do we get a skatin’ game for our sport and i ain’t talkin’ jet set radio bullshit. fuck the world and what kinda games they want , i mean for our kind. ROLL LEADERS…HELP!!!
@ Darth Roller thats why you play freeskate with the stats just above the starting point, so you can do realistic tricks when you play.
The physics were a bit rubbish though, I thought a physics engine in which each skaters style is meticulously copied; Montre; with smooth flow, C Kelso; with the compact landing (focus on freestyle) etc…
I hate the arcade style of skating games where you become a superman lacing trick to trick via manuals but maybe the dumb kids prefer that to lacing realistic stuff nicely. It should be setup so that just doing a clean top acid on a drop rail is as hard as lacing a combo of ten tricks together at once.
we might get another rollerblading game in the future if were lucky. a winterclash edit was featured on wired so who knows? id want it to feel like EA skate but idk how the controls would work. i loved the jsr games, but they were all style and no substance whereas the rolling and aggressive inline games were all substance and no style. an ideal game would need a good balance of both. also would be dope if you could customize your own skates:) (and NO STUPID VERT SKATERS-im looking at you aggressive inline)
I saw one of these when i was a kid. i was about 10p short so i couldnt get one. the next day it had gone, i was gutted ive been looking for one of these for years. can anyone find one on the internet at all?