What happens when you take the Tony Hawk and Dave Mira games, and add inline skating to the mix? You get Aggressive Inline, a fun but challenging game.
There isn't a big selection of levels, but they have a wide background which evens things out.
Graphics are still good despite being released years ago. However the game has its glitches that can lower the quality of gameplay. Nontheless, the gameplay also is a positive.
Multiplayer is one of the few negatives of the game due to the small choice of minigames. Also, if you want to free skate with a friend, you can't since all of the minigames have a 2 minute timer. Which reminds me, the free skate is also a good way to explore each level.
The tricks you can do are limited, but after figuring them out, you can create great combos.
Another bad side is the goals. They are a good number of them, but most are extremely hard and require a walkthrough to complete them. Fortunetly, you can still free skate as you try to figure out how to complete them. However, the goals are required to unlock the next level or unlock a new character.
This game can be hard and glitched, but looking past that, it is an enjoyable game. If you like Tony Hawk or Dave Mira games, you should give this game a go.
I enjoyed this game, as I am an inline skater dude in real life, however, it is your standard type gameplay for these games.
The only thing "aggressive" to this game would have to be trying to complete the frustrating/silly "goals" that they give you in career mode to be able to move forward....which basically killed it for me....why why why do they have to take the fun out of the game with stuff like that ??
I did have fun with this game though.....if you inline, this game will be fun to play in free-skate mode.....just leave it at that....hehe