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- 1 (Single Player)
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- 22nd Sep 2022
- 22nd Sep 2022
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This time five years ago, skateboarding games were in a rough place. The last major skateboarding game was the truly awful Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 and EA’s Skate series had been dormant since 2010 despite fervent fan demand for a new entry. Around that time Montreal-based developer Creā-ture Studios first showed off Project...
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With Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem hitting cinemas on 2nd August, the Turtles are taking a page out of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse's book and going with an animated, off-the-wall-outing. Fittingly enough, Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo are crossing dimensions themselves, popping up in...
Session is an upcoming skating simulation game developed by Crea-Ture Studios, set to kick-flip its way onto PS5 and PS4 on 22nd September. We got a new trailer scouting out some sick spots in the Bay Area, in iconic locations from San Francisco's rich skating history. Set up the ultimate line in China Banks, or annoy the tourists down at Pier...
Throwback skateboarding sim Session will beat Skate to the grind rail this year, when it tail-slides to PS5 and PS4 on 22nd September. This one has been in early access for a little while, but is all finished up now – and eager for your attention. Pitched as a celebration of 90s skating culture, you’ll be hitting up “iconic skating...
With over 85% positive reviews on Steam, Session: Skate Sim has already been very well received by gamers for not being just "another" skateboarding game. It is a true-to-life simulation that recreates the skateboarding world and its culture. Development studio Crea-ture, whose team consists of nine passionate developers, has reproduced many iconic skate spots in the United States. Players can look forward to exploring all the best spots in Philadelphia, New York and San Francisco.
Its innovative gameplay, in which each stick represents a foot, and the advanced physics ensure incredible realism for every movement. Skaters can therefore feel all the sensations they love as well as a sense of progression the more they practice.
With 16 of the most well-known skaters in the game, players can reproduce the tricks of their favourite skater and follow them in multiple missions in the campaign mode.
The video editor is one of the game's key features and ensures everyone can immortalize their best moves. With a wide range of fun options, such as the 90s filter, players have everything they need to film themselves, create clips and share them with others.