Summary: Dark Summit, in of itself, has got to be one of the worst games, I have ever had the displeasure of playing. Within, quite literally, the first three minutes of game play I realized how horrible of a mistake I had made in purchasing this product.
Summary: ...this game rules! It's my second fav Play Station 2 game! Who cares that there's not much upgrades with clothes? I like the minor changes like head phones, sun glasses, or a vest. I never got sick of the chalenges, they didn't seem repetive to me (ok, maybe I hated doing those stupid 540s).
Summary: This is one of the worst games, I have ever played. First, the speed of the snowboarding is too fast, totally unrealistic. Second, the graphics are poor at best and the levels are so repetitive its unreal. Third, the game does not give you any incentive to learn the tricks.
Summary: I got this game thinking it was cheesey. Not untill me and my friends started playing because we had nothing to do because we are losers. We shortly found out that it was superb game playing. We played all day, and all day the next day. The next night we beat the game.
A fun and entertaining game, with too short a shelf life
fen "fenfool", Amazon
29 January 2002
Summary: I've never been a big fan of the whole skateboarding/snowboarding genre of games, but Dark Summit turned my head. Whereas in most games of this type, the object is simply to do tricks to get the highest point total, Dark Summit has a storyline and a goal.