Represents snowboarding scene well, tricks are not polished
Christopher A. Benner, Amazon
18 June 2013
Summary: Main storyline is pretty good: seek sponsorship, break high scores, racing, video and photo trick shoots are all really cool. Occasional competitions too. Most of this gets pretty repetitive though. The dynamic weather system is an awesome idea. Board graphics are cool, but outfits look somewhat silly. Music is pretty good. The absense of corked tricks and other off-axis tricks is disappointing.
Summary: Good game for snowboarding fans. It's a lot more realistic feel to it compared to ssx. And if you have played the Skate series , this has the same controls for the most part. If you can get this game for around 10$-20$ I think it's worth it.
Summary: This is a snowboarding games that takes realism to the next level. Add in the realistic aspects of Amped and Amped 2 for the Xbox, then sprinkle on complex but intuitive controls from the Skate series, which comes together to form a snowboarding experience for fans of the sport. Shaun White's game disappointed. The latest SSX didn't live up to the hype. However, Stoked is everything a boarder could want and more. This is one heck of a game.
Summary: This is the kind of game I've wanted for a long time, and it sat right under my nose for years. My mistake; I shouldn't trust mainstream coverage of games like this that appeal to a smallish niche of crazy people who'd rather put a lot of effort into perfecting simple tricks than doing absurd tricks and wearing wingsuits or whatever.
Summary: This game is raw as hell. Buy this or get full blown aids. For real though, the games fun. More realistic then SSX if that's what you're looking for. Controls are unique like how the Skate games are, but once you get the hang of them its rewarding as hell to land tricks. Worth the buy.
Summary: One of my all time favorite snowboarding games and it is the most realistic one i have ever played. After being an ssx fan for a long time i was not sure if snowboarding games really had a future but this game was a very pleasant surprise. IF YOU LIKE SKATE then definitely get this game, its the Skate of Snowboarding games with good graphics and game play.
Summary: I love this game because it offers a great new take on the snowboarding video games. While SSX is a very fun game to play, it is very over the top and everything seem to revolve around doing the most ridiculous stunts you can pull off as often as possible no matter what you're doing. That and the levels can be very linear with bottomless pits scattered all over the place, it can get a little old after a while.
Summary: I loved the Amped games, which is definitely what Stoked: Big Air Edition reminds me of. Taking lessons learned from the release of the original Stoked, the developer polished up many aspects of the game, added a lot of new content, and just made a very complete package that is pretty much bursting at the seams with content. Character customization, huge mountains, a helicopter to fly around to any destination, lots of tricks and more!
Summary: The controls are horrible, the hit boxes for the rails are sloppy, the tutorial for teaching you the basics inadequate, and the speed at which you do spins and flips unreliable. If you're looking for a great snowboarding game for your 360 check out Amped 3, much better interface, graphics, player customization and physics. There was a reason Stoked came out as a $30 game when it was new. Don't fall for it!