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Developer: Ubisoft Annecy
Content Rating: Teen
RIDE YOUR WAY - Conquer the world's most epic mountains on skis, wingsuits, snowboards, and paragliders. LIVE UNFORGETTABLE MOMENTS WITH OTHERS - Ride solo or drop in next to other players to share thrilling, adrenaline-fueled rides. THE MOUNTAIN IS YOURS TO EXPLORE - Create your own path through the massive open-world of the Alps and Alaska, and share your best custom lines with friends. PUT YOUR SKILLS TO THE TEST - Prove that you're king of the mountain in unique and spectacular challenges. SHARE EVERYTHING - Capture your most insane stunts and share via social media.
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December is the perfect time of year to release a winter sports game as the temperature is dropping and snow is starting to fall in many parts of the country, and Steep transports players right into the Alps themselves for a wintery experience. The recreation of the mountains looks fantastic and it is a lot of fun to traverse them using the four different sport options, but unreliable input controls and many buggy moments are a steep hill to overcome to classify Steep as a great game.
Steep is a game that's never really sure what it is, and its vagueness and lack of meaningful rewards causes it to suffer in any comparisons to the likes of SSX. But there's a quiet thrill to exploring the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc, and snowed-in Alpine villages.
Despite its glitches and uncomfortable control scheme, there is a lot of fun to be had in Steep. The sense of racing down the mountain and competing with other players is second to none. Pulling off insane and over the top moves is a lot of fun and the games encourages you to participate in a plethora of actives set across this massive open world. If anything, Ubisoft’s Steep scratched the SSX itch.