Surf World Series
This brings a real authentic feeling to the whole thing as it doesn't just feel like you're pulling the same moves off in a controlled environment like the practice pool.
We equip ourselves with our best surfboard and wetsuit to ride the big waves in the 5 most famous destinations in the world to surf in a title that is scant in content but fun.
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Making surfing game with completely broken surfing mechanics? Well, it's not going to get many fans, that's for sure.
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Climax Games brings the extreme sports genre to the water with a beautiful, enjoyable, rage inducing game, Surf World Series. Grab your boards, sunscreen and curse the waves.
Perhaps one day a true surfing game will emerge that will change the way we view and grade other surfing game, much like the Skate franchise did for skateboading, but until that day arrives please stay out of these waters.
Surf World Series is a decent game for those who want to surf without learning how to physically do so or go to the beach. Once you come to grips with the trick system, the controls are rather good, and you'll get plenty of fun from riding the waves and pulling off some realistic tricks. For that alone, those looking for aimless fun will enjoy playing this in short bursts. This isn't recommended for anyone who's looking for a title with a long campaign or online competition.
Whilst it has some strong gameplay here, The fiddly mechanics and hit and miss style of performing tricks really lets it down.