As you read in the title I bring my own hasty e unsociable conclusions about the newborn of the home Bubisoft regarding the extreme winter sports, the lazy ones below can find the video.
Where do you go from here, let's just say that my experience with extreme sports videogames has stopped at Tony Hawk's Skateboarding ed MTV Snowboarding for PlayStation 1. Ah, I also make a toy of Snowboard in real life. steep however, offers a varied experience that includes beyond snowboard, even paragliding, wading and skiing. And I'm not a whistleblower.
That said, we immediately go talk about graphics, it's cute, nothing that screams at the miracle, on a configuration like mine with GTX 970 complete with 8GB of RAM HyperX Fury and a Intel i5 Skylake 6600, configuration that will remain the same for VERY MUCH time, no shows the minimum uncertainty even in the most controversial situations. Scalability seems really good, although I did not have the chance to test the game on multiple machines. As for optimization steep has rooted in gods granite 60 FPS. The effect of fresh snow, however, I have to admit, did not convince me so much, especially there is still some problem with polygonal interplay, object hitbox, and some tearing episode. Nothing too much.
How much is the feedback of controls I have some uncertainty, probably because of my setting old school, especially for it snowboard the keys to use do not seem to return the feeling adequate and "realistic"Which I tried years ago with the aforementioned titles.
Il tutorial it follows well during the first half hour of play, but if you are the kind of person who "I skipping everything I want to play"You'll be a frustrated thing, not knowing how switchare sports, perform stunts, jump and control the best of each one. It is unfortunate, but nice, the management of each sport with both analog stickers, the left for the direction, the right for acceleration and the movements that are happening at the acrobatics that is taking place. The test was done using a Xbox 360 pad with wire.
The missions, though presented in an "innovative" manner, namely unlocking shelters and exploring the "mountain"Do not provide an adequate basis for prosecution. I therefore consider it quite boring to follow the missions without a real motivational background perhaps dictated by a plot, or perhaps I became too old for these things.
steep it remains anyway enjoyable though not touching peaks of perfection under any aspect, but let's remember that at the bottom, it's still in Beta Testing, some things could change.
Ah, a little gem, pressing the button LB you can activate the "Go Pro"Useless and uncomfortable as the first person in driving games unless you can use a steering wheel.