No wonder a former Japanese Olympic snowboarder is so into otaku ("geek") culture. It seems there a whole group of snowboarding otaku, decked out in unabashedly nerdy attire.
First came Elise, then Mac, and now a third original SSX character joins the cast of the 2012 refresh. Tokyo fun girl Kaori Nishidake adds a little black and purple to the slopes this January, and she is a wonder to behold.
The EA.com official page for SSX: Deadly Descents went live sometime last night, shedding a little more light on the return of the snowboarding series and dropping another three screenshots.
Starting this November five popular ski slopes in Colorado, Nevada and California will start tracking powder time to award skiers achievements pins and the ability to level up.
Surfer Magazine wants a new surf video game. And they have a point, why don't we have more games about riding the waves?
This latest batch of screenshots from Destineer's Stoked highlight what goes on behind the camera and in the editing booth once you've finished carving your name in the side of a mountain.
It looks like Shaun White may have a bit of competition. While Destineer's upcoming snowboarder Stoked wasn't built using the Assassin's Creed engine (and it doesn't sport a Wii version with Balance Board support), it does have some things going for it. First off, it was created with the help of snowboarding movie…
As I mentioned earlier, Ubisoft is getting into the Snowboarding game... game. Shaun White will, among other things, feature a Wii version that lets you use your Balance Board to board around open mountains.
Among the top-tier games shown at Ubidays earlier this month, snowboarding title Shaun White was the one I was least interested in. While snowboarding is a sport complex and interesting enough to be a vehicle for a good video game, the franchises that have cropped up never seem to stick around for very long. And it…