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Developer: Funktronic Labs
Genres: Action, Sports
Wave Break is Tony Hawks Pro Skater on water, and yes, it's as wild, wacky and occasionally wonderful as that sounds. It boasts the same combo-driven, objective-led action that skateboarding fans have come to know and love, and if you've grown up with Mr Hawks' games there's every chance you'll enjoy Wave Break, as long as you can forgive some of its rough edges.
Wave Break puts a lot of barriers up to keep players from enjoying it. The disconnect between the visuals and the difficulty will likely be jarring for many players. But sticking with this game yields some great rewards, and the feeling of accomplishment you get is absolutely worth the struggle to succeed.
Wave Break is one of those titles that we have to hold on to for the time being and wait for the release of the game for other platforms. One of the main parts of the game is the multiplayer part, which has not been able to show the potential of the gameplay due to the lack of players. The campaign section is also worthless and repetitive due to its low content. Things like gameplay and interesting music are the only positives of this title, which is still not a strong reason to pay 30$ to experience them.
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Wave Break // Stadia Launch Trailer