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Steep delivers despite all Story and Gameplay flaws a solid open world winter Sport experience
Review in German | Read full review
Steep is unlike other games of its ilk. It is a unique game that doesn’t get in its own way and lets you do what you want, how you want. I never felt forced to play an event that I didn’t want to just for the sake of progression. I never felt stressed, frustrated, or bothered by anything in the game. It is a relaxing experience that is worthwhile. Steep is a game that’s grounded in reality but not afraid to have fun while appreciating life and the things around us.
Steep is able to turn extreme sports into one of the most relaxing activities, both great at providing challenge or exploring its vast and snowy mountains.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
At the end of the day STEEP is bogged down by its surprisingly rigid progression, limited gameplay variety and lack of incentives to explore.
The only thing steeper than the mountains is the full price they’re asking for a uninspired, boring and buggy game.
Steep has great qualities but also big flaws. At a first try, we have an excellent winter sport game, which could've been excellent if it had proposed a more motivating progression system and a better controlled interface. Because beyond all these worries, which will more or less spoil your experience according to your tolerance and desire to finally have a new winter sport game, Steep offers an open world that is absolutely hallucinating by it size and rendering qualities
There will definitely be some people who will play and love this game, and that is great, but for more casual extreme sports fans, you will very quickly get bored with what is on offer. It’s a shame, because I had really high hopes for it.
The joy of discovery, the thrill of a perfect run and the wonder of the European alps are all represented wonderfully in Steep making it one of the most pleasant surprises of the year.
Extreme outdoor sports for those who wish to remain indoors