Reviews and Problems with Shaun White Snowboarding
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11 November 2013
Summary: Steering in this game is more difficult than it should be but some of the challenges are fun and I like how you can take on and off your board to relocate. It's was a decent attempt at a snowboard game but nothing compares to the outrageousness of amped three
Summary: It reminds me of the days of Tony Hawk 1, the in game footage is decent, but left me wanting more especially since its on the ps3 with full 1080p capabilities. The controls are so-so and could have been done a lot better, but for the price I cant complain 8 bucks is a bargain. I waited a bit before buying it knowing it was just one of those games that would be fun to play, but not worth full price brand new when it first hit shelves.
It's a great game, just not as good as I expected.
18 February 2009
Summary: I love that its a snowboarding game and that it has Shawn white affiliated with it, I just think they could have made it better. It certainly could not be compared with games like Tony Hawk's pro-skater, but it is the first snowboarding game of its kind! other than that it is fun to play, just not for very long.
this game will freeze dont bother but wish they made ...
3 weeks ago
Summary: this game will freeze dont bother but wish they made one that didn't freeze i actual learn to snowboard from this when i went to mount tremblance friends thaught i actually snowboard before since i didn't fall on my butt
The great soundtrack can't save this games slide down on the snow
27 September 2013
Excerpt: Hitting the snow for some snowboarding fun, in 2008 Shaun White Snowboarding offered the chance for gamers to grab a board and hurl themselves down the edge of a mountain. But did this game leave us riding high or just heading down a very slippery slope. Visuals: Unless your allergic to the colour white, this game really holds a brilliant looking environment. Mountains, cliff faces, log cabins and even ski resort buildings look really fantastic and incredibly realistic.
Conclusion: Extraordinarily uninspiring. SSX was a real rush, and whilst a move towards realism isn't a bad thing, this is just boring. There's no adrenaline rush, no feeling of speed. Navigation around the mountains is vague to say the least. Trying to get to locations is a matter of guess work. And worst of all, you can get from the top of a mountain to the base is less than five minutes. I'll be trading this in. A real disappointment.