I regret buying the game. Its just very casual to the point that the depth isn't there for me. You really can't ever mess up skating and it doesn't feel particularly great either. Shooting doesn't feel great. Hold L2 and if you move the stick within 30 yards of an enemy it locks on, all while you can never fail any tricks. The end result is "fun" but very shallow.
I dont think its worth $20. Its not a bad game but it feels underwhelming. The presentation and idea is fun enough but the gsmeplay is just lacking. I'd wait unless you're just dying to play it. Cant believe that Shill Up got me this time.
Totally disagree but that’s ok. I find with doing stunts and firing that the auto aim helps heaps and contributes to the fluidity of the combat mechanics.
Landing the stunts without failing is needed as trying to dodge bullets, aim, perform stunts and land would be a near impossible task.
Game is fantastic and I truly do recommend it to all.
To be honest, I went in blind and ended up quitting during the tutorial.
Game indicated that a controller is recommended, which is an immediate red flag for a shooter but quickly made sense because doing tricks on keyboard felt unorthodox. You need to do tricks to reload, so you can't ignore them.
What really ruined it for me was not having to aim because bullets magnetize to enemies. I find aiming to be the most satisfying part of playing shooters, so it wasn't for me.