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It was Ubisoft that fed us again in these days when we were hungry for extreme sports games. It's delicious.
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Riders Republic is an excellent, arcadey extreme sports sandbox with bonkers multiplayer events, an impressive open world, and unfortunate server issues.
Extreme sports made accessible to the point of basic. It's got a tin ear but a big heart.
Ubisoft builds upon the framework of Steep with this enjoyably eccentric open world extreme sports adventure.
Riders Republic is a hell of a good time, a freeform open-world sports game that encourages you to follow your passion and find your own fun.
Riders Republic is exactly the game it is trying to be, with a modern take on early 2000s xtreme sports games that works in terms of everything except the corporate-mandated ambience.
Riders Republic has some great moments – namely its dozens upon dozens of races – but all of that is cut down by an impressively obnoxious script, unskippable dialogue, and predetermined soundtracks that play ad nauseam
Riders Republic is a varied extreme sports playground that's both thrilling and approachable.
Riders Republic is more than a revision of Steep than it is a rewrite, a creative team taking all of the lessons learned from a rough draft and starting over from the beginning. It has more extreme sports, sure, but more importantly, it’s a profoundly more social experience. It oozes joy, without relying on the fundamentals of its contemporaries, like combat, winner-takes-all competition, and melodramatic linear storytelling.