Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage Pro Reviews
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Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage Reviews5
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|Digital Chumps||7.8/10||Nov 22 '09|
|1UP||C||Nov 24 '09|
|GameSpot||7.5/10||Nov 13 '09|
|IGN Wii||7.6/10||Nov 09 '09|
|Nintendo The Official Magazine||80%||Nov 12 '09|
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Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage Previews
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|Destructoid||Jul 07 '09|
|GameSpot||Oct 20 '09|
|GameZone||Jul 06 '09|
|IGN Wii||Aug 20 '09|
|IGN Wii||Oct 19 '09|
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"Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you've undoubtedly heard of Shaun White. With a self-branded videogame franchise and three Olympic gold and X-Games titles under his belt, he has once again teamed with Ubisoft to bring snowboarding to the masses. With its charming aesthetic and cheeky cast of characters, White Snowboarding: World Stage provides an amusing snowboarding distraction for those who might not want to spend hours falling on the snow just to experience the thrill of flying through the air or careening down a mountainside. Instead of watering down the experience of its current-gen brethren, Ubisoft created a completely different game when the first Shaun White Snowboarding games were released last winter. By utilizing the Wii's strengths, Road Trip proved to be the best of the three versions; the jittery "lifelike" animations were replaced with bright and cartoony graphics, the finicky control scheme with a simple but effective combination of button presses and flicks of your wrist. Road Trip was simple to pick up and play and was instantly gratifying; gravity-defying spins and grabs were no further away than simple movements of the Wii Remote."
"Back when Ubisoft was still doing Ubidays in America, I got a chance to check out the first Shaun White Snowboarding game. I really loved what they were doing with the game on the Xbox 360 and Pl..."
"We hit the beautiful snowy terrain at all corners of the world in Ubisoft's upcoming snowboarding game. "
"Awesome controls and a bunch of fancy tricks make World Stage a lot of fun, but little has changed from last year's release. "
"Heroes in a half-pipe. Now don't take this the wrong way, but Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage is casual to the bottom of its Billabong snow pants. So casual, in fact, it would be turned away from a pyjama party for not making the effort. It's one of the most laid back and effortless games around, exuding so much unruffled cool that Shaun White himself comes across like a rabid headless chicken - which is exactly why the first game was so much fun. Ubisoft knows this and has chosen not to fiddle too much with the mechanics of throwing yourself down a mountain with an ironing board strapped to your feet. Click here to read the full article"