Summary: They played it for a while and then moved on to other games. They liked it while they had it - I thought it, like most video games was a waste of money. But the kids enjoyed it until they won consistently. Then they donated it to a local thrift shop.
Summary: Here is how I rated this game: Fun: 4 stars. I don't play the game on one player mode, but when I'm playing with a friend it's a lot of fun! There are different ways you can compete, and you can teach each other cool combos. Also, I think it's cool that you can create your own boarder. You get to choose your boarders appearence, board choices, and skills, then save him/her to play with in the game. Educational Value: 3 stars.
Summary: I rented this game and enjoyed playing it. So i bought it. The levels are very big and have a lot of things to do in them. Which is different than all of the other snowboarding games. It was a to hard though. I couldnt even get pasted the 2nd level. The music is by far the best out of every other video game!! I ended up taking the game back just because it was so hard. The buttons are also way to easy.
Summary: This game is superior to the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater in many ways: 1.Way better soundtrack. Tony Hawk didn't even have any good bands on his first game, then on his 2nd he had 3 good bands and 3 good songs, Papa Roach's "Blood Brothers", Rage Aganist the Machine's "Guerilla Radio" and Powerman 5000's "When World's Collide. Then, on his 3rd game, he had 1 good band, Alien Ant Farm, but picked their bad song, "Wish".
Summary: At first i thought this is just another bite off from Tony Hawk, but i found out that it is alot more better than any snowbording games around. Especially the excellent music in the game play and the game ply graphic!!! No need for consideration, this game ROCKS!!!
Summary: After having read through many of the reviews on here, I find that I disagree with most of them. I think this game kicks .... People should look at it as a seperate thing than Tony Hawk, even if it is similar. It takes a little time to learn the various tricks, but once you do, it isn't hard to land them. You can't even compare this to the way snowboarding is in real life, because this is just a video game!
Summary: Let me start by saying that I love the Tony Hawk series, and I'm an avid Snowboarder. The developers of this game clearly used the same engine as T.H. but swapped out all the stuff... mostly the skateboard for a snowboard. The result is weird physics. In T.H., you can skate whichever way you want; not true of Shaun Palmer's in which you can't push. When you're playing this game, it's like there are currents, as if you were in water.
Summary: I bought this game thinking that it would be a fun snowboarding game, but after a few hours, I think I should send it back. First the controls are pretty lame - they are merely button presses - you never feel like you have any sense of the snowboarder's true spins or rotations. The tricks only occur when you push the right combo buttons. So it feels robotic and not intuitive. Secondly, the graphics are only worthy of a 1st generation PS2 title - they are pretty bad.