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Destineer announces Stoked: Big Air Edition

Destineer announces Stoked: Big Air Edition

Stoked: Big Air introduces racing for both single player and multiplayer modes, which is split into three types, Head to Head Through gates, Pack Racing Through Gates, and Freestyle First to the Bottom (MP only). With Big Air players can drop-in and out of multiplayer at anytime or anywhere, either free-riding or challenging them to a variety of competive riding activities.

Key new features in Stoked: Big Air include:

Racing
Race against the world’s top riders in single-player mode, or race online against up to seven other players via Xbox LIVE. Depending on race type, you can race through gates or carve your own route fastest to the bottom.

Marked Trails
Stoked: Big Air makes it easy to find great runs on every mountain. Each mountain includes eight runs with marked and groomed trails, lots of park objects to trick off and on-screen highlighting of kickers and jumps.

Park Objects
Besides marked trails filled with lots of park objects, many mountains also have park objects spread throughout the wild.

Two New Mountains
Stoked: Big Air includes all five mountains from the original Stoked, plus two new mountains: Laax and K2. Together, these seven mountains give players over 500 square miles to explore. While every mountain has marked and groomed trails, players can also fly their helicopter to carve their own lines anywhere on any mountain.

Smoother and Faster Riding
We’ve tweaked all aspects of riding, from camera angles to animations to the sensitivity of the controls, and we’ve made Stoked: Big Air even faster, with even more Big Air opportunities.

Gorgeous Visuals
Stoked: Big Air is now even more gorgeous, with a new lighting model, post effects, fog, upgraded particle effects, and more.

Two New Pros
Gigi Ruf and Romain de Marchi join Travis Rice, Nicolas Muller, Wolle Nyvelt, Annie Boulanger, and Tadashi Fuse.

Stoked: Big Air Edition set you back $39.99 and will be released exclusively for the Xbox 360 on November 24, 2009.

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