Riptide GP would be particularly impressive if the Aqua Moto series didn’t already exist. Like those games, it features graphically rich water-based racing action. It both looks and controls great, but unlike its competition the sense of progression and options are much more limited in Riptide GP.
This lack of options extends to the way the game controls. Handling your jet ski is done entirely by tilt controls, with no option to use any sort of on-screen control stick. Accelerating is by default automatic, though you do have the option to do it manually as well. While the lack of cho…
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Riptide GP Review