Aqua Moto Racing Utopia
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Developer: Zordix AB
Featuring an epic career mode with three single player Championship campaigns, 4 player split screen racing and also an 8 player Online racing mode, Aqua Moto Racing Utopia will bring you hours upon hours of action filled fun. Add to that 4 creative party modes for that perfect gaming party.
Aqua Moto Racing Utopia lets you create your your own unique avatar to show of online with its powerful creation tool, it also lets you design your own vehicle to stand out from the pack when you push past that last competitor to claim first place in a tight race.
Sharpen your riding skills to perfection in 10 different beautiful environments with different weather and lighting conditions. Learn when to, and not to, push that boost button to pass your competitors through calm water or through huge North Sea waves.
When it all blows over you ride your watercraft towards the setting sun in a perfect gaming Utopia!
Aqua Moto Racing Utopia – Launch Trailer | PS4
Aqua Moto Racing Utopia scratches that itch I get every couple years to play a wave racing game. It is rough around the edges, and lacks a good collection of unlockables, but the core racing is fun. For those like me that are tired of waiting on Nintendo to resurrect the king, this is a great substitute.
Aqua Moto Racing Utopia doesn't need to be a groundbreaking game to stand out, given the lack of similar games in the Nintendo Switch catalog. Yet, despite some welcome variety of vehicles and racing tracks, it's clear that this game is not up to the challenge. Its controls need to be reworked, the AI is not on a proper challenging level and it's clear from the outset that this was developed for mobile devices.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Aqua Moto Racing Utopia initially appeals for being a rare water-based racer. Scooting around on your jet-ski often feels more like riding a bucking bronco than driving a vehicle, and that makes it stand out from regular landlocked racers.However, it's lacking several layers of finesse and balance, the presentation is deeply unappealing, and those aggressive water physics are a mixed blessing. We're just going to have to wait patiently for Nintendo to return to the Wave Race universe, aren't we?