Carve Xbox Snowboarding Video Game Review
Spring has sprung and Xbox wants to get you ready for the wet and wild summer with Carve! Check out this wild water sports game you can take online!
Xbox's Carve: Making WavesOkay, first things first, if you're looking for a story then you best keep looking, because Carve is nothing but a hardcore water racer, with multiple teams and tournaments filled with tricks, splashes, rushes and flips. In Carve you get to play as one of eight different characters (two per team, each with their own specialities, everything from tricks to busting heads), on over five different race tracks.
Xbox's Carve: Hang Ten!Carve is a game that is built for a few things: super-cool tricks, Xbox Live and a bucket load of fun. The trick factor in Carve is awesome, and that's what makes it so much fun to play. When you're racing and start using tricks you'll discover that the combos are huge, all of which give you a higher score and an added speed boost called Rush, (which'll come in handy on the straight away). Carve has a lot of other cool things going for it, the water looks great and the teams are varied enough that you can play around, plus the controls are super-simple. As far as Xbox Live goes, can you imagine the fun of racing against eight of your pals? That's serious fun.
Xbox's Carve: Wipe Out!For all its fun, Xbox's Carve can get pretty boring if you aren't an online player. The one player tournament and trick tutorial can only take you so far. Plus, once you get the hang of how all the courses work, you'll be wanting some head-to-head challenges. As well, Carve doesn't let you create your own player or team which is a bummer.
Carve Age Rating: Everyone.
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Xbox's Carve: Final StuntXbox's Carve is a great game, but the deep end is a little shallow.
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