Reviews and Problems with Shaun White Snowboarding: Road Trip
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Great snowboarding game for the Wii
16 March 2010
Excerpt: Shaun White is an American professional snowboarder. In 2006 he won Gold in the Olympic halfpipe event and has just repeated that feat again at the 2010 games. Due to his success he has had two video games made about him.
The Wii really does well with this sort of game and for under £20 it is a steal
4 November 2009
Excerpt: Shaun White Snowboarding Road Trip is one of the few games that I bought for the Nintendo Wii lately. I will explain why later on. It is rated 3+, supports both the normal Wii Remote controller and also the Wii Fit Board. It is for 1-4 players and available for under £18 at the time of this review.
Excerpt: Its a great game and it looks good, you would need to buy the wii fit to get the full buzz out of it. I think people are going to be annoyed when they purchase this game too later play it and realize that you cant change clothes or go on free play.
If you have the Wii balance board I recommend getting this game aswell.
27 June 2009
Excerpt: If you live far away from any mountains and snow like me having a snowboard game to play when its rainy outside can be a real mindsaver, the confusion of "wich was my front foot again" now in your very own living room!
Excerpt: I got this game as part of a wii fit bundle, else I probably wouldn't have bought it. Having paid for the game in a bundle, and seeing as it was priced quite highly when bought as a single game, I thought I best give it a go..especially considering my new found love for the balance board!
Excerpt: The Balance Board which comes as standard with Nintendo's 'Wii Fit' has potential uses in many computer games, and perhaps the most obvious (due to the fact that you can stand on it) is in the skateboard / snowboard genre.
Summary: If you are new to these sort of skate, ski or surf games like me. This game is for you. It is easy to get into, the instructions are fed to you bit by bit so you can literally jump into it and start smiling. I could'nt believe how perfectly responsive it is.
Summary: I have to say the only reason I ordered this game was so my balance board wasnt only used for Wii Fit (which I like). I was hoping for a game that would give me the same enjoyment SSX Tricky gave me on the gamecube and this game thus far has been pretty close.
Summary: As the archetype of a casual gamer (I own one console, a Wii, which I play on average four or five times a month with friends) the main thing I'm looking for when I buy a new game is that its fun and I can play it in company with pretty much anyone.