Reviews and Problems with Shaun Palmer's Pro Snowboarder
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Bought this for my kids
H. Wm Rhea III, Amazon
11 December 2012
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: 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.
Summary: Take the downhill courses from Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2, replace the skateboards with snowboards, and you've got yourself a damn fine snowboarding game, right? Wrong. Although Shaun Palmer's Pro Snowboarder borrows heavily from Tony, it's not nearly as good. Not by a long shot.
Summary: I have played the demo to this game on Tony Hawks Pro Skater 3 and it looks too easy. In real life it if impossible to do a backflip off the ground just by jumping, but it's possible in this game. The graphics look good just the gameplay needs worked on.
Summary: I think this game is very well put together and you really do feel part of the show but it is too repetitive with no way to skip the same old chat and phrases. The contestants constantly comment when answering the questions, which is annoying and doesn't happen in the real show.
Excerpt: I was recently given a PC version of The Weakest Link by a friend of mine (Shewhosmiles) Trish, who basically thought that the game was a complete pile of tosh. Being a great fan of the Anne Robinson hosted game show, I thought great stuff, this game simply cannot fail, Trish must need Psychiatric...
Excerpt: "Single player game? Have you got no friends then?" What a way to start eh? The beginning of the actual game renders the player drenched in gloom and despair and there you go; feeling useless before you've even started. Anyway, let's get on with it.
Excerpt: When a game has a box on the back stating ‘The version that gives you MORE abuse’ you know that you’re in for a thoroughly devious time. That feeling is increased further when we’re talking about a recreation of the popular television show ‘The Weakest Link’ featuring the Queen of put-downs, Anne...