Yes, we've been given some indications of this in previous interviews, and they've also talked about it to the attendees at their launch event.Pretty sure Evo stated snow and how much is based on the elevation of the tracks and where they are.
I dunno, I kinda feel like you're wilfully refusing to understand what I mean by 'sterile' or 'clinically flat'. I guess it's easier to mischaracterise me as wanting a dudebro festival atmosphere (as pioneered by Evo for Motorstorm funnily enough) than admit that maybe the presentation here is a little dry for some. There is a middle ground between utter bombast and utilitarian sparsity.It is stupid because it isn't defined by the reviewers, and so what are we supposed to think? The game doesn't have an immortal spirit created by God? It's arrogant and lazy.
What the game doesn't have is voice acting, DJs, festivals, women, and lots of 'gosh, you are really great' stuff. Maybe a better phrase would be 'game lacks role-playing and power fantasy elements.'
I think the fact that the player isn't the center of attention and gets no cheat modes or rpg stuff puts some people off. Most console games are power fantasies and those games that don't cater to that face an uphill battle.
EDIT: actually, the game has no cheese, not no soul. That's what the reviewers were trying to say. [nothing wrong with cheese, btw.]
I'm sorry but did the fucking ground spark from the lighting strike or am i just seeing things?
All our videos are now up, the last two show the new tracks.
This weather system... This is it. This is next gen right here. Everything has been put to shame. I think this is the first time I've literally had my jaw agape at a video game's visuals.
I'm honestly blown away. Bravo, Evo. Bravo.
Rushy I know you're reading this: Bravo sir, bravo