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Stoked - Xbox 360

by Bold Games
Xbox 360
Teen
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews) 68 / 100

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  • The exhilaration of back country snowboarding on your Xbox 360
  • Five real mountains each have over 45 square-miles of terrain
  • Dynamic weather affects gameplay in real time
  • Support for multiplayer lets you ride with or against your friends
  • Take photos of the mountain or other boarders doing tricks

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001C3N0RO
  • Item Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 24, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,616 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Head into the backcountry and experience Stoked, the open-world snowboarding game that lets you choose where, when and in what conditions you want to ride as you work your way up the ranks of the sports to become the hottest rider in the world! Every single inch of five huge mountains can be explored, complete with dynamic weather conditions that change how and where you can ride. Set a trend with Style Crafting as other riders on the mountain adapt to mimic how you ride and how you dress.

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Stoked for Xbox 360 by Destineer, and developed by Bongfish, brings you the thrill of back country snowboarding and the chance to explore real-world locales in the comfort of your living room. With five huge renowned mountains all yours to play with, Stoked lets you bypass the typical stale resorts for a unique and exhilarating ride experience every time.



Stoked gives you five full mountains to explore and ride. View larger.


Snow accumulates on the ground, changing the terrain in real time. View larger.


Take photos of other snowboarders doing spectacular jumps and tricks. View larger.


Perform different tricks and develop your own style. View larger.
Real Riders, Real Sponsors, Real Mountains
Stoked gives you a taste of the real thing, with authenticity stamped all over the game. Renowned riders such as Nicolas Mueller, Travis Rice, Annie Boulanger, Wolle Nyvelt, Tadashi Fuse, and Romain de Marchi are featured in the game, as well as popular sponsors such as Burton, Von Zipper, Billabong, Oakley, Vans, and more. Throughout the game, you'll have opportunities to customize your character and his or her style.

The real stars, however, are the five mountains: Mt. Fuji, Alaska, Mt. Shuksan, Almirante Nieto, and Diablerets in the Swiss Alps. On each peak, you'll have more than 45 square-miles of open terrain to explore, and with the help of a helicopter, you'll be able to find new drop points.

As you ride, you'll have to complete different challenges on each run. You'll be able to perform a wide variety of tricks that run the gamut from jumps to grinds to grabs, all with the analog sticks for a great amount of control.

Dynamic Weather Changes That Affect Gameplay
The weather changes unpredictably in real time and affects the game. The game clock is tied to the real world clock, so if you turn the game on at 10PM, you'll be doing some night riding, while you'll be ready for some glare when you ride at noon. If it is snowing, you'll actually notice the snow accumulate onto the ground over time, opening up new paths and opportunities for different tricks. Going down the same path can be a wildly different experience!

Get Famous and Have Others Mimic You
As you progress in the game and become famous, other riders will start mimicking your style. Whether you are a hucker or stylish snowboarder, you'll notice riders on your mountain emulate you. You'll also notice, as you develop your own style, that your own idiosyncrasies change both in the air and on the ground.

Go On a Group Ride with Your Friends
You can invite your friends for an instant drop-in at any time, and create cooperative and competitive challenges starting from custom drop points. There are also Xbox Live sponsored events where you can put yourself up against other boarders to gain more fame.

Take Photos of Your Surroundings and Other Riders
If you ever take a breather while riding, you can whip out your camera and take photos of your surroundings or other snowboarders pulling off tricks. When playing multiplayer, you'll be able to take pictures of your friends doing tricks -- or a face plant -- and send them along.



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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Could have been great! February 28, 2009
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
After playing Shaun White and punching myself repeatadly in the face after an hour or so, I was really hoping this game would come through for the snowboarding game genre. I was wrong...sorta.

The good: I really enjoy the graphics and the dynamic weather of the game. It really helps with the immersion. I also like the VASTNESS of the mountains. It really looks and feels like it could be a real mountain (which I think they are), but that sort of hurts it in a way also. I will explain later.

I also like the multiplayer in the aspect of the jump-in jump-out system. Lag wasn't a big issue. But that is really the only good part of it. You may be online with other players, but it still feels lonely on the big mountain. If they had better challenges it may be more entertaining.

The other thing I liked, which really gave me high hopes from the tutorial, is the controls. I enjoy Skate and Skate 2 and the awesome control scheme set out in both. The Stoked controls are similar in the way you ollie, grab and manual, which is outstanding! It made it enjoyable to play the beginning of the game.

The way they inplemented the Hucker and Stylish system is cool too, but to me there really was no incentive to go the Stylish route. In Hucker style you pre-load your spins and perform multiple grabs in one jump. In Stylish you do slow spins with a grab. To get any points it is best to go with Hucker. I was really having a hard time with Style and trying to do a large point combo. Just my opinion, but love how the pre-loading of the spins is implemented.

The Bad: Hmm..Where to start? About an hour into the game I had completed 30 or so challenges on the first mountain, and was sooooo bored. There are only 3 types of challenges from what I have experienced so far.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars best snowboarding game to date April 4, 2009
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is by far the best and most fun game on the market. For those who have played the Skate games then it will be extremely easy to get used to this game as the controls are very similar as is the overall playability of the game. There are many different mountains from around the globe as the levels. As mentioned, you do different challenges that are comparable to the ones from Amped 2. Speaking of which, in my opinion was the best game until this one came out and still holds down the solid number two spot. You are able to ride any part of the mountain and do all sorts of tricks. You can go fast and huge! Once you get 50,000 points on every run you unlock the ability to fly the helicopter for that mountain! This lets you fly around until you find a line that looks sick and jump out and ride it! There are tons of cool features but the main thing is this game is just freakin awesome. The best, most fun snowboarding game out there.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hmm, I'm not a snowboarder... March 19, 2009
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Alright, I got this game because I really needed something different. I've driven for thousands of miles, head-shot millions of people, boosted countless cars... I needed a change.

I like Stoked. It definitely gave me a change of pace. The graphics are good and more importantly, they're thorough - your guy gets covered with snow when he wipes out, or when it's snowing hard. He shakes his head when he wipes out - it's creative and realistic. Supposedly the weather is dynamic - I've seen it be cloudy, then turn sunny. Every once in a while it snows, but not too often. I haven't seen a lot of options for customizing, but I hear that improves as time goes on.

The mountains are HUGE, but tend to be somewhat sparse. You feel like you ski forever with nothing to jump from. The problem is I'm trying to look for obvious jumps, when many point-grabbing activities in Stoked aren't readily obvious. You gotta get a little more creative. The option is there, but for a rookie, I'm just not used to it yet.

The biggest problem I have with Stoked is that I've never snowboarded in my life. The tricks all have titles, and I've never heard of them before. The manual or in-game "bible" helps a little bit, but simple terms like "switch" mean nothing to me. I have no idea what it's asking me to do. I go online to try to find help, and find other players getting laughed at because they don't know what the terms mean. That's bull. I could talk circles around these people when it comes to automotive terminology - can't we just be nice and answer the questions?

I too found the first few hours to be boring - and challenging - as I learned the basics, both trick-wise and terminology-wise.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stoked - More then just the title! June 28, 2009
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
5/5 - Ive never played a Perfect Snowboarding game... But this definitely is the best one I've played in this Genre. Pushing the boundaries of realism and maintaining great playability, has earned this title a 5/5 in my book.

THE CONTROLS work great. They can be adjusted based on if you like nice tight carving or slow steady shreading. Some people have had problems, but don't notice that how it handles is dependent on the setup of your snowboard and the angles you can adjust on the bindings. This gives your character a different stance and weight distribution and effects overall handling

THE GRAPHICS are top notch, watching the sunrise from a shrine on top of Mt. Fuji is quite spectacular.

THE WEATHER SYSTEM adds a whole new level of depth to the Genre. You check the new snowfall on the mountains and see if it's still snowing or if it's gonna be a nice sun shining day on the mountain. Having the snow level rise and fall based on this make the runs somewhat unexpected each day... That rock you plastered yourself on a week back... might be under 2 feet of snow now and you will be zipping right over it wondering where the heck it was!

THE CHALLENGES can get a bit repetitive, but it also isn't exactly the same each time, there are 3 different types of challenges in the game. Bust out certain named tricks off of a specific mountain Feature, Do certain type of tricks (ie: grab, spin, flip) of a specific feature, Land a chain of tricks off specific mountain features; but each one is a new run and style for the most part.
Photoshoots, sponsor challenges, and Pro rides, are definately something that breaks that repetition though.

Overall this is a Stellar Snowboarding title worthy of much more praise then it has been given.
If you enjoy a nice realistic snowboard title, do yourself a favor and pick this one up... and being launched at $29.99... you can't go wrong!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars the 5 star ratings must be some kind of scam
This game was horrible, by any standards.
The "tricks" you can sometimes manage to pull all require you to jump...or slide... Read more
Published 8 months ago by Lee
1.0 out of 5 stars SUCKS
boring, not fun, VERY unrealistic, DO NOT BUY THIS GAME BUY SSX TRICKY IF YOU WANT A GOOD SNOWBOARD GAME
Published 10 months ago by Justin Baggett
5.0 out of 5 stars great game
its like a make of skate but you shred on a snowboard. I love it. great xbox classic game. buy it
Published 21 months ago by Gabriel Webber
3.0 out of 5 stars Repetitive, Frustrating, and Not Fun
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... Read more
Published on June 5, 2012 by lizzieb1796
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst snowboarding game ever
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. Read more
Published on March 1, 2010 by Noriles Dorestan
3.0 out of 5 stars Good mechanics but just not fun for long
Stoked was the first snowboard game that I purchased for the xbox 360. Since then I have purchased several others. Read more
Published on February 17, 2010 by Light Seeker
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Snowboarding Game
I absolutely love this game. The best part is style vs. huckster which really adds to the replay value. Read more
Published on November 12, 2009 by R. P. Rec Jr.
5.0 out of 5 stars Shaun White Snowboarding vs. Stoked....what to choose?
Ok if u are looking to find a snowboarding game for xbox 360 your best bet is Stoked but first I will tell u my story about why I got Stoked! Read more
Published on May 17, 2009 by T. Turney
3.0 out of 5 stars Another snowboard game that just doesn't quite meet the "Skate" Bar
Everyone knows it, the Skate series has set the bar for board sports games. Stoked is like the fat guy at the limbo, just barely makes it under the bar then scratches his belly on... Read more
Published on April 13, 2009 by T. Aaron
5.0 out of 5 stars love this game
As a snowboarder, I feel this may be the best snowboarding game made yet. I think people who don't really snowboard or who only stick to the terrain parks may not appreciate the... Read more
Published on March 1, 2009 by brek
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