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Snow Moto Racing Freedom

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Available on:PlayStation 4Apr 11, 2017
PCApr 11, 2017
PlayStation 5Nov 12, 2020

Developer: Zordix AB

Genres: Racing, Sports

Snow Moto Racing Freedom lets you take your rightful place on a high-speed snowmobile on snocross tracks or through vast beautiful winter landscapes. Experience the thrill of racing so close to your opponents that you can feel the spray of their snow and hear the roar of their engines. Carve your own chosen path through exotic sceneries while stringing together extreme stunts high up in the air to gain that extra speed boost to fly past your opponents. Progress through Championships to unlock new snowmobiles and become a Legend. When you have mastered the local opposition, go online, show off your skills and make your mark in the world competitions! This is the ultimate snowmobile power ride!

Snow Moto Racing Freedom Critic Reviews

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With the unfortunate physics, the bland presentation, and some broken mechanics, I can't really suggest this game at full price. As I said earlier, ten dollars is kind of the sweet spot for this one and even then, it can be a stretch. It teeters on bad, but in the end, ends up being just bland and a bit boring.

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Snow Moto Racing Freedom is unique but not breathtaking. While it's positive to have a game on the Nintendo Switch that stands alone in its genre, the technical issues and unrefined gameplay that affect Snow Moto Racing Freedom make it very difficult to recommend.

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Ultimately, like Aqua Moto Racing Utopia, Snow Moto Racing Freedom just feels very unrefined.

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Snow Moto Racing Freedom is another scrappy, challenging and rough-around-the edges extreme sports racer from Zordix. It's not going to win any technical awards, and it takes real patience to master its awkward handling and unforgiving physics.For those who crave something different from the racing genre norm, a little perseverance will yield a surprisingly entertaining arcade experience for one to four players, albeit one that could leave some feeling cold.

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