Accolade is putting the finishing touches to a portfolio of games for the Playstation and PC ready for release this autumn, including two racing titles and a snowboarding game.
Test Drive 5, Test Drive Off Road 5 and Big Air are the titles. With Test Drive 5, players will be able to select between arcade and simulation as well as adjust the car?s handling via slide bars. It will feature around 17 tracks, around half of which will be playable via split screen.
Test Drive Off Road 5 promises a big choice of four wheel drives and six tracks in Santa Cruz, Morocco, Hawaii, Switzerland, Wales and the Mojave desert. Accolade?s Big Air, developed by Pitbull Syndicate who were also responsible for Test Drive 5, will feature professional snowboarders. It will also include snowboarding sponsors, enabling players to buy boarding apparel from selected manufacturers.
Accolade claims Big Air will set itself apart from the plethora of boarding games on the market by being ?a true boardercross event?, including jumps and moguls. Wild tricks using button combinations on the control will enable enthusiasts to clock up points more quickly.
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