Aggressive Inline (Original Xbox) by Acclaim Entertainment



Aggressive Inline (Xbox) by Acclaim Entertainment Box Art

Xbox 360 backwards Compatible



North Amercian Release Date: July 30, 2002.

Region(s) Released: North America, Europe

High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p
Widescreen Supported (16:9): Yes
System Link Support: No

Average Overall Score:
8.06 / 10
80.6%


Let's cut to the chase, If you like and own THPS3, save yourself $50 because outside of a few new wrinkles this game has been done before. AI is fun just like all the others, this time your on in-line skates. Huge and detailed levels, objectives galore, and a complex trick system (That will chase away any newbies to this genre)Another nice looking game that suffers from "Been there, Done that."

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Description

Aggressive Inline is the first Inline Skating game for any next-generation console. Aggressive Inline is the only title to exclusively feature the founding father of Inline Skating, Chris Edwards and the 2001 X Games Inline Vert Champion, Taig Khris in addition to eight other pro-inline skaters.

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Monday, December 13, 2004

Cheat Codes

      Juice Faster: At the Cheats screen enter: Left, Left, Right, Right, Left, Right, Down, Up, Up, Down, A,I
      Super Spin: at the Cheats screen press: Left, Left, Left, Left, Right, Right, Right, Right, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up
      Master Cheat: at the Cheats screen enter: PLZDOME
      Invincibility: at the Cheats screen enter: KHUFU
      perfect Handplants: at the Cheats screen enter: JUSTINBAILEY
      Perfect Grinds: at the Cheats screen enter: BIGUPYASELF
      Perfect Manuals: on the Cheats screen enter: QUEZDONTSLEEP
      Max Juice Bar: At the Cheats screen enter: BAKABAKA
      Low Gravity Wallride: At the cheat code screen, enter Up,Down,Up,Down,Left,Right,Left,Right, A,B,A,B,S
      All Keys: At the cheat code screen enter: SKELETON
      All Bonus Characters: at the cheat code screen enter Down,Right(x2),Down,Left,Down,Left, Down,Right(x3)
      Level select,all part editor objects, and full stats: at the cheat screen enter Up(x2),Down(x2),Left,Right,Left,Right,B,A,B,A

User Reviews

Score: 81
Overall User Average: 8.20 / 10 (80.6%)
Gameplay User Average: 8.40 / 10
Graphics User Average: 8.40 / 10
Sound User Average: 7.87 / 10
bubbs
Date reviewed: August 22, 2004.

Overall: ok game it got boring sorry to say thps series are a lot better but the game got you playin the number of moves was good , like grabbing a pole and swinging around it like a gymastic olympist dude. the tricks should get alot better and there should be cooler stuff in the game like wicked skatepark ski type jumps and stuff one of my first games , was good.
Gameplay: like i type the tricks were gettin lame but the moves like swinging on a pole was cool overall ok.......
Graphics: was fine cant say much but it was ok like i say not much to say about
Sound: ok not much to say again you get bored after hours the sound track was good but go custom sound track .
Suggestions: if a second MAKE IT JUST PLAIN BETTER PEOPLE !!!!! [that felt good]


Overall: 70 %
Gameplay: 80 %
Graphics: 70 %
Sound: 70 %

Fully_Loaded
Date reviewed: December 15, 2003.

Overall: If you love the extreme sports genre, this game is an absolute must. It's a ton of fun and will suck away so many hours all your friends will think you've died. Unless you don't have friends and then no one will notice except your dog who really needs to go walkies. Though the gameplay in is a little bit better than Hawk the little things AI is missing keep it from getting a higher mark. There's no skate shop to buy better skates, no way to customize the characters at all and not create-a-skater. And, even though the levels are quite large, it would have been nice for their to be more than seven levels available in career mode. Still, this game will require a hefty chunk of double-digit hours to dominate. I've logged in over twenty so far and have no desire to stop playing. Stop wasting time and order now.
Gameplay: For anyone who has played Tony Hawk, you will jump right into this game. Even if you have never even heard of the Tony Hawk series, you will be able to pick this up and do 540 tweaked judo grabs in the first few minutes. The 'Juice' system is innovative and allows for much more freedom and larger levels, and you can immerse yourself in the game for hours. If you're expecting a true Inline video game, without insane jumps or extravagant locales, i suggest you look for a a different title, because this title is just about as insane as they come.
Graphics: Considering this is a port, the graphics are excellent. The best of all 2nd & 3rd party Xbox games and rivaling some of the 1st party ones as well. Framerate is rock-solid.
Sound: the soundtrack is great, but really short, only 10 songs or so (Sublime? how old is that song?). the sounds in the game are fine, voices are really good and funny lines, not too cheesy. I'll give it a 4.5 just for the voices. fyi: the game DOES support custom a soundtrack. it's just kinda hidden, you have to select tracks during the game, not from the main menu.
Suggestions: Improve the 'sounds' of the game, it doesn't really feel like skating when everything just makes a 'thunk' noise. Also, develop the character graphics more.


Overall: 50 %
Gameplay: 70 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 90 %

Young_Fledgling
Date reviewed: November 3, 2003.

Overall: If you love the extreme sports genre, this game is an absolute must. It's a ton of fun and will suck away so many hours all your friends will think you've died. Unless you don't have friends and then no one will notice except your dog who really needs to go walkies. Though the gameplay in is a little bit better than Hawk the little things AI is missing keep it from getting a higher mark. There's no skate shop to buy better skates, no way to customize the characters at all and not create-a-skater. And, even though the levels are quite large, it would have been nice for their to be more than seven levels available in career mode. Still, this game will require a hefty chunk of double-digit hours to dominate. I've logged in over twenty so far and have no desire to stop playing. Stop wasting time and order now.
Gameplay: Fantasique. Easy controls, some great additions to the genre, and a heck of a lot of fun all make for an appealing package.
Graphics: Silky smooth on Xbox with some inventine levels, cool special effects, and a bizarre sea horse balloon.
Sound: Great soundtrack that is fully customizable so you can really do whatever you want with it. But how could you pass up the POD?
Suggestions: better AI, more levels.... and some way to upgrade skater and buy new stuff.


Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 90 %

thunder0810
Date reviewed: December 31, 2002.

Overall: a pretty good as far as skating games go. even though a lot of the stuff you can do here u cant do in real life. so i think i am sticking to my tony hawk games.
Gameplay: pretty good game overall i really like the little things in it. when at certain places you can squish slugs and i always like skitchin.
Graphics: good graphics i think the best part of the game. but i dont like how when u bleed the blood goes away a few seconds later. i guess im used to Halo where you kill someone and there body, blood and guns they droped stay there
Sound: like i sayed before i dont really pay much attention to the sound. some of the songs on the game are pretty good but some sould have been left on the cutting floor.
Suggestions: better songs(maybe Blink 182)and get better memory so when a player bleeds it stays there.


Overall: 70 %
Gameplay: 70 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 60 %

oddworld20-3000
Date reviewed: October 5, 2002.

Overall: A great extreme sports game with rollerblading? It's true it is a hit now Tony Hawk now has a true rival.
Gameplay: With 8 huge levels with great beautiful tricks.
Graphics: The visuals are quite nice. But the best thing is when Chrissys skirt lifts up or when her Brea*s wiggle.
Sound: Sound is all right great punk rock but make it louder.
Suggestions: One of the best games


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 100 %

Smudge2626
Date reviewed: September 30, 2002.

Overall: Aggressive Inline is the best extreme sports game to come out in a while. It breaks away from the norm and sets a new standard for other games to live up to. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this product.
Gameplay: For anyone who has played Tony Hawk, you will jump right into this game. Even if you have never even heard of the Tony Hawk series, you will be able to pick this up and do 540 tweaked judo grabs in the first few minutes. The 'Juice' system is innovative and allows for much more freedom and larger levels, and you can immerse yourself in the game for hours. If you're expecting a true Inline video game, without insane jumps or extravagant locales, i suggest you look for a a different title, because this title is just about as insane as they come.
Graphics: The visuals are spectacular. From the giant levels to the clothes billowing in the wind as you skate, it is a visual treat. The skater's motions are fluid and the way their bodies bend and lean as they try to maintain balance on a long grind is exquisite. The only real problem I could find with the visuals is Chrissy. The first time I saw her skate backwards, I said 'Wow,' but after that, I realized that it was just insensitive to make her so jiggly. But overall, expect nothing but high quality graphics in this game.
Sound: The sound effects in this game were alright, but nothing really leaped out at me. I really enjoyed the playlist system, where you add songs from both the game CD and your own soundtracks, but a lot of my tracks were left out, and this got annoying. Improve the sound effects and playlist, and the sound will be great.
Suggestions: Create-a-Skater option, we've had it since Tony Hawk 2 and I think every game is incomplete without them. Tone down the female figures in the game. other than that, great job!


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 80 %

Feiliquin
Date reviewed: August 30, 2002.

Overall: Okay, I've never before played Tony Hawk Pro Skater or such games. But I played JSRF. For me, Aggressive Inline was very entertaining. It's fun to see your skater become better in his skills (he ac !&%$@#* ulates skill points) as you (the player) get better in handling the controls too. The multiplayer part is also good, but there could be more mini games.
Gameplay: The controls are quiet complex for a beginner such as me, but after some time (it took me an hour) you get used to it. After that is it very motivating to score a high trick combo. And you can unlock new skaters, new locations and more. The huge arenas are very impressive.
Graphics: Very good! Huge levels, no fog, very much details. The animations are good, but could be better. I saw no slowdowns.
Sound: The "own soundtrack" feature is hidden in the sound menu when playing - it took me a while to find it. The songs in the game are good, but the voices are boring.
Suggestions: If there's a need for a next title of Aggressive Inline, make more mini games, better animations and perhaps more unlockable things like clothing or more special tricks.


Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 80 %

sinizuh
Date reviewed: August 26, 2002.

Overall: A good concept, but after all 200 versions of THPS, i'm getting bored of these extreme sport games. They are all the same except on different skates/boards. One thing i noticed about this game is that there is no time limit... so they throw a bazillion objectives at you... I did not like this game. the video game industy needs another genre to leech off of.
Gameplay: Pick a skater, skate around, do objectives and tricks to get points, unlock more levels. wow. i've played this game atleast 7 times before. They removed the time limit, added a bazillion objectives and removed a lot of skating moves. no thanks... NEXT!
Graphics: Graphics were fine... Nice clean levels with hardly no slow downs... Semi-hires models. One of the slickest/nicest menus i've seen lately.

But i think something was wrong with the game or with my video cables... I got A LOT of clipping. Skaters would disappear for a while... when i leveled up a stat, the screen went all insane on me. Just too messed up.
Sound: Music was great (POD rocks), voices were okay... but they got annoying over time... I couldn't find custom jukebox... either i'm blind or developers got lazy.
Suggestions: Think of a new series. no more extreme sports.


Overall: 50 %
Gameplay: 40 %
Graphics: 70 %
Sound: 40 %

BillyDKid
Date reviewed: August 26, 2002.

Overall: If you like the Tony Hawk games, you should try this out for a totally refreshing (albeit totally derivative) take on the genre. Think Tony Hawk with bigger, better designed levels and a little more pizazz. Any Tony doesn't jiggle like Chrissy :)
Gameplay: Excellent control with the sticks (but oddly not so with the d-pad). Levels are beautful, well-designed and huge, deep trick system, unique leveling system. This is a sold game for any fan of the genre. You're missing out if you don't try it out. A very refreshing change from the Tony Hawk series.
Graphics: Considering this is a port, the graphics are excellent. The best of all 2nd & 3rd party Xbox games and rivaling some of the 1st party ones as well. Framerate is rock-solid.
Sound: I don't pay much attention to sound in games. Nothing terrible here, it's all good. You can disable songs from the soundtrack you don't like.
Suggestions: More!! Looking forward to the sequel!


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 90 %

quintus
Date reviewed: August 24, 2002.

Overall: a lot of fun. the levels are so enormous and the challenges so varied that this game just begs you to keep playing it. more arcade than i expected but luckily just as hard and frustating (rewarding) as some of tony hawks challenges.
Gameplay: the challenges are hard, and they should be. they are usually pretty clear to figure out, and there are nice camera swipes to guide you through the challenge. levels are unlocked in stages by completing challenges, with keys to secret areas hidden in other levels. nice. tip: RTFM. PS using the trigger buttons to rotate kinda sucks
Graphics: think Tony Hawk cruiseship levels in quality, but 4 times as big, and 4 times as many animations and cut-scenes. the cut-scenes just kill me. there is so much to be checked out in all levels you almost get lost in all the rails, pipes, boats, planes, buses, rollercoasters etc. no graphics chip killer, but the size of it all makes up for it completely. and it loads FAST!
Sound: the soundtrack is great, but really short, only 10 songs or so (Sublime? how old is that song?). the sounds in the game are fine, voices are really good and funny lines, not too cheesy. I'll give it a 4.5 just for the voices. fyi: the game DOES support custom a soundtrack. it's just kinda hidden, you have to select tracks during the game, not from the main menu.
Suggestions: REPLAYS! i like to look at myself...


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 90 %

teddeboy
Date reviewed: August 20, 2002.

Overall: A good game overall, it's not an "excellent" due to some graphical flaws in the characters and the audio.
Gameplay: If you like "extreme" sports games like Tony Hawk and the various BMX games, this is worth giving a shot. The gameplay is simple to pick up, but takes some time to master. While anyone can play this game, you have to spend some time learning big moves and combos to really master it. Also, the lack of a timer makes it more fun to explore the massive levels.
Graphics: The level graphics are generally very good. However, the characters could use some work. Chrissy, for example, has a big polygonal head that reminded me of the Bride of Frankenstein. Other 'anatomical' features were just plain scary.
Sound: The audio is very flat. Not much sound to keep you moving. The sounds of skating are very dull and lifeless. The soundtrack needed more tunes, either old or new, it just needed more. Thankfully, you can use your own Xbox soundtrack with this game, although it's a pain to get it working.
Suggestions: Improve the 'sounds' of the game, it doesn't really feel like skating when everything just makes a 'thunk' noise. Also, develop the character graphics more.


Overall: 80 %
Gameplay: 90 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 60 %

chopstix12
Date reviewed: August 11, 2002.

Overall: wow the graphic for this game look wickedly awsome i cant wait till this game comes out so i can play it. this looks like another good skating game like tony hawk

Gameplay: the gamplay was really good and easy to handle i enjoyed how crisp and smooth it was lik ex box games should
Graphics: the graphichs were great looking like all other x box games ang the graphics is one of the best games out here
Sound: wow the graphic for this game look wickedly awsome i cant wait till this game comes out so i can play it


Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 50 %
Graphics: 50 %
Sound: 50 %

nogjedi
Date reviewed: August 6, 2002.

Overall: This game is a wicked inline game. All the top pros, sweet level its awesome. The controls are a bit goofy, but a excellent game, for its first title.
Gameplay: The controls take a bit to get use to but once there down there cool. A bit weird moves like vaults, and pole swings, but fun controls. some annoying things like bouncing off benches.
Graphics: I can only say HUGE LEVELS. OMG there so big, like massive, you think its just this area, then it just gets bigger. Great models like flapping shirt. Good graphics.
Sound: The sound is ok. the sound thing is kinda weird, but you can listen to your own tunes, cause theres tends to get a little repitive.
Suggestions: 2 player modes. more like dave mirra. only 1 view. better level editor, create a skater, and edit there clothes and stuff, make a 2, and keep it goin!


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 100 %

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