Summary: its a great snowboard game but there's not much to do after you skate all the mountains. The music selection is the worst I've heard in any of the games I've played. Its all indie and foreign bands and it does not fit into any part of the game.
Summary: I played all the snowboarding games on XBOX 360 (SSX, Amped 3, Shaun White) and this is THE WORST game ever! The gameplay is boring and is built around performing these precise button combos to perform precise tricks, THERE'S NO ROOM FOR ERROR, THERE'S NO GOOD OLD BUTTON-MASH. If I wanna learn real snowboarding, I'll just go to real snow resort.
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: 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: Graphically, one of the best sports games out there, along with the changing weather condition it really creates a realistic feel, but the lack of any real trick system sinks the game very soon after starting it up.
Summary: I have bought many snowboarding games before, but none like this one. I can say one thing, it is unique. The controls are questionable at best. The freedom in the game was great and I loved the idea. However it is not possible until you beat multiple high scores, very high scores. This was quite a challenge, and is not equal to the reward, that being that you are then able to put yourself anywhere that you want on the mountain.
Summary: I don't write reviews for many games at all. This is a good game. That's all. Not great, amazing or incredible. I'll save those adjectives for Fallout 3 or Street Fighter IV. This game, at best is good for someone who is VERY familiar with the sport, including Absinthe Films, Travis Rice and company. If you don't know both of those names, go check out Resident Evil 5 or Fallout 3. It is a good game, however, if you're into snowboarding.
Summary: Coming from a real life snowboarder and surfer, I can tell you this game is amazing. There are many flaws, but I'm hoping those will be covered in the new update or so. The controls are great. Coming from Skate 2, there was almost no learning curve for me for the controls. But, the controls can kind of stick sometimes, mostly because of their physics system. There are a few sliding (grind) bugs and just turning bugs.
Summary: Finally i'm stoked on stokEd. It was a long time waiting for a new game in the tradition of Amped to hit Xbox. Besides some minor glitches this game surpasses all other snow games, maybe even Amped 2. Weather effects & mountains need to be seen to be believed and controls/physics feel instantly good (some FlickIt-Skate experience will definitely help here).
Summary: Shaun who? That's the question I asked after about an hour in front of "Stoked." Nothing against Shaun White snowboarding, which actually, to be honest, is pretty fun in a more casual way, but "Stoked" better captures the feel of really being on the mountain- the only thing missing are chapped lips and a sore tailbone. The graphics are unbelievable, so unbelievable in fact, that I found myself forgiving the producers for some sketchy little blips, blinks, and glitches.