Summary: This game was horrible, by any standards. The "tricks" you can sometimes manage to pull all require you to jump...or slide...off of random logs sticking out of the snow. But good luck even hitting those logs because the controls are awful as well.
Summary: After playing this game, I won't be buying from the Snowboarding genre again. I played Amped 2 on the original Xbox and also owned a few of the early Tony Hawk skateboarding games. I am used to a different control setup, so that may have contributed to my dislike of the game.
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.
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: Do not buy ''Stoked" no matter what the reviews claimed. it'S the worst game to come to existence. To be more clearly, it's the worst I ever played. There's no race. Only one character riding down a freaking snow moutain, don't buy it. it's a waste of money and time.
Summary: Stoked was the first snowboard game that I purchased for the xbox 360. Since then I have purchased several others. It has the best control layout of any of the games (similar to Skate, you use the analog for the most part) it is very fluid and certainly makes it possible to string out some excellent...
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.