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Shaun White Snowboarding Screenshots and Images - DS

Game Description:Shaun White is the most accomplished rider in snowboarding history, and the Olympic gold medalist has created a snowboarding experience worthy of his mighty legacy. Develop your own riding style as you carve out runs down four snow-covered open mountain playgrounds. All it takes is a simple twitch of the DS Stylus to send your rider into dizzying stunts and tricks. Complete challenges to earn decals and customize your gear. Get your friends in on the action with a variety of four-player wireless multiplayer challenges. And you couldn't ask for better mentor: Shaun himself will be along for the (thrill) ride, offering advice, humor, and more.
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Shaun White Snowboarding Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Shaun White Snowboarding Review

    Posted: November 20, 2008

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  • Shaun White Snowboarding Launch Trailer

    Posted: November 17, 2008

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  • On Location: Shaun White Snowboarding

    Posted: November 10, 2008

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  • Shaun White Snowboarding Meet the Crew

    Posted: November 3, 2008

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  • Shaun White Snowboarding World Tour

    Posted: November 3, 2008

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