The levels are so large they border on intimidating, yet it never gets dull exploring them thoroughly. And with a dozen skaters, hundreds of tricks, and infinite combinations of trick lines and combos, this is one of those rare games that has no end.
I find that Aggressive Inline is definitely one of the greats, and that it raises the bar for the genre. It's not revolutionary like the first THPS was, but it certainly offers higher replay value and more crazy places to trick from than any other game of its kind.
Dishes out some truly inventive (if not a tad insane) level design, tight gameplay, and great visuals, to the extent that anyone even remotely interested in the sport will likely embrace this. [Oct 2002, p.85]
SummaryFeatures the top pros in the industry like 2001 Gravity Games and X Games Vert Champion Taïg Khris, 2001 X Games Street Champion Jaren Grob, the founding father of Inline Skating, Chris Edwards in additon to Franky Morales, Shane Yost, Matt Lindenmuth, Eito Yasutoko, Sven Boekhorst, Matt Salerno and Sam Fogarty. Introduces the Juice Mete...