@sparky_buzzsaw said:I couldn't stand the control scheme. It felt needleslly complicated and at times a bit unresponsive. Give m arcadey Tony Hawk any day of the week.In my mind the controls are fairly simple. Unless you're doing spins (which aren't essential and really only involve using the bumpers) the whole game is played using the left stick and the A button. The exact way it uses those two parts of the controller is unconventional though, it wants you to train yourself in its specific language. I think the thing that really tripped me up was trying to do half-circles and so on with the stick. I've typically been pretty bad at that kind of thing in games. But I like the way flicking the control stick down feels like a jump and I think it's satisfying hitting A or flicking the stick exactly on landing a move. Having both the "Push" and the landing button be A is also a solid decision to keep the control scheme uncluttered.