Shaun White Snowboarding (Nintendo DS, 2008) - European Version
About this product
|Handheld gamers hit the slopes with the Renaissance man of the extreme sports world for some open-mountain exploration in Shaun White Snowboarding. Players have free reign to skirt the edge of an avalanche in extreme peak conditions, carve new routes through untracked backcountry powder, and join other riders for competitive events in terrain parks spread throughout four vast mountains. The game makes use of special DS controls that allow players to slide the stylus to carve, flick the stylus to jump, and draw circles around the rider to spin. Gamers can use environmental obstacles to execute tricks and catch massive air as they explore craggy mountaintops and dense, tree-lined paths, and riders can earn attribute-boosting decals by completing specific challenges. The wireless multiplayer option in Shaun White Snowboarding lets friendly gamers trade decals, while up to four riders can square off in races, point competitions, and "king-of-the-hill" contests.|
|Game||Shaun White Snowboarding|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Lyrics|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Game Special Features|
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- lilearlyamMay 6, 2011by
Great Snow Sporting Game
This was a birthday gift for my nephew who's in the 2nd grade. He loves the game. He parents tell me he plays it all the time.
- kaylee2phillipDec 14, 2010by
Great ds game
I ordered this game in ds format for my 10 yr. old grandson's birthday present.He really does like this game.His 12 yr. old sister also says it's a really fun game.
- bdurda2kidsDec 8, 2009by
shaun white snowboading
My son wanted this game, we can not get to the snow so this is as close as he can get and he loves it.
- jroehlerDec 4, 2009by
I purchased this now for the second time for my son, who lost it the first time....but liked it enough to ask for it again for christmas.
- sharonzusmanFeb 2, 2010by
I really haven't played this game. I bought it for my little brother for christmas because I knew that he was into this type of video game. I figured he really liked it cause he hadn't given me any reasoning to think that he doesn't like the game so obviously it was worth making.