followed many years of wishful thinking and rumors, and is now finally a ski game on the way out in the stores again. It
is Microsoft Studios, the company behind snowboarding game Amped, who
realized the extreme sports world's lack of a skiing game that can keep
up the high level that exists in the ski world.
According to a press statement, the game developers and operators just to develop the idea of a jib and free skiing game. Microsoft estimates that the game, with the sounding name stomped!, Will be out in stores for the winter 2012/2013. The game will be distributed by 2Ksports and is expected to come to Sweden in January 2013.
Stomped! will have an extensive Carrée mode at 33 hours, free play and also the opportunity to multiplayer. It
is supported by Microsoft, in addition to the company X-lifers, ski
profiles Glen Plaka and Simon Dumont, who will come with input about the
features and appearance.
- It will be fun to be involved in the creation of stomped!, "Says Simon.
Glen Plaka and Simon Dumont will also provide a more real movement patterns for the characters in the game. During
summer and autumn of 2011, the duo that for two months to go to
X-lifers large development center just outside Detroit, Michigan, to
record the movements using an advanced motion capture technology has
been used in the film Avatar.
In the early
2000s was released Johnny Mosley's Mad Trix and after Freakout has also
tried to suppress / increase the ski abstinence through a screen. Now hope Kyle Fincke at Microsoft Studios to stomped! should have the same impact as cult snowboarding game Amped.
- With stomped! we
hope to ski enthusiasts will have the same opportunity as snowboarders
to practice their favorite sport in front of the computer or TV, "says
Kyle, who was also one of the key figures behind the Amped.
Stomped! will be released for Xbox 360 and PC and coming to Sweden at the beginning of 2013.
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Released: November 2012 (USA)
Aspect Ratio: 720p (1280x720 pixels) and 1080p (1920x1080 pixels)
Platform: Xbox 360 and PC
Mode: Single-and multiplayer
lots of spelling mistakes cause its a translation..