Summary: I was hoping for interface that would allow people to quickly setup and go, but this game makes you set a profile at the beginning so changing players is more time consuming than I expected. I'm a geezer not a gamer, but ride snowboard for long time. Overall fun, but having to "earn your way" to do different slopes sucks for casual use. Just my opinion, seems set up for people who really spend a lot of time "going on tour" as it is setup for.
Summary: Bought it for my young adult kids for some family fun and it is a kick! Takes some practice for the flips but moving up from beginner to interediate when time permits. Gets everyone in the competitive mood.
Summary: this is a awesome game. for anyone who loves snowboarding or the x games, this is a must have. i bought this game by accident but now am glad i did. games like these that are on the wii are alot of fun since its more interactive. great game.
Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage, realistic & fun
25 March 2011
Summary: I have a collection of Wii games, and I use the Wii fit balance board daily for my workout. Having just purchased the Shaun White Snowboarding game, I am already convinced that it's possibly the best game that I own. Using the balance board, it's really realistic, fun and a great source of core exercise and balance training.
Summary: The game itself looks very enticing especially by it good looking cover and the idea of snowboarding in your living room. However, once the box was opened and the game was put in, all of my expectations were crushed. The controls are goofy, they don't feel at all like snowboarding and in some cases they are just silly.
Summary: This was awesome...we got the skateboard for the Wii Fit board to go with it and we are all having fun with it. The trails are awesome, the tricks are fun and it's definitely anything but boring. We played it all Christmas night...even boarding in Paris! Definite for Shaun White fans (which my son is whole heartedly).
Summary: Sean White Snowboarding is a lot of fun and at times frustrating. It took me about a week to work through the various stages and two attempts at the world stage to make #1, which makes it a lot quicker to "finish" than a lot of similar games. It takes a bit of time to get the hang of doing tricks (I used the balance board and single remote option) and I still haven't gotten the half pipe down very well, so there is still room to work.
Summary: Both my 9 year old and 17 year old love this game. Great graphics and lots of fun w/the wii balance board. Only complaint is the same music plays over and over. I mean, how much Blondie can you take?