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Submitted by Wiiloveit 959d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Snowboard Xtreme - DSiWare Review

"Due to the instabilities surrounding just about any sport defined by snowy conditions, one simple rule always remains true regardless of skill level: get up again when you fall down. Although such cases of fizzled spirits can leave you fuming, momentum plays a pivotal role in generating the sort of exertion that leads to mastery over a new activity. Underlining the importance of that continual process is Snowboard Xtreme, a game of very, very petty means. Issuing far too little in prompted excitement and desired determination, Snowboard Xtreme's form may not be unyieldingly bad, but it's an exercise that isn't peppered by positive mechanics and instead loiters in seeming anticipation of what doesn't ever come to fruition." -- Wiiloveit.com (Nintendo DS, Snowboard Xtreme) 40/100

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