Reviews and Problems with Shaun Palmer's Pro Snowboarder
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Snowboarding is DIFFERENT from skateboarding...
17 March 2002
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.
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.
Summary: I rented this game, and naturally, I did not get a full set of instructions. That is the only excuse for why this game was nearly impossible. Sure, I could take the one run, go all over the mountain, do some inexplicably impossible stunts, and find cool things, but there was no physical way I could...
Excerpt: Yesterday on my day off I decided I was going to treat myself as I’ve been working hard lately so I dragged myself off round the shops. Well to cut a long story short could I find anything to spend (waste) my hard-earned cash on? Could I heck!
Summary: When i played this game i could not have been more disapointed. When i heard it was from the makers of tony hawks, i thought great. I played the demo of the game that was on the tony hawks disc. God was it poor,the gameplay seems slow and sluggish, and there seems to be a faint blur over everything.