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Game Description:Trails? Who needs 'em! Leave the cushy world of lifts and resorts behind and conquer some of the most extreme terrain snow can fall on. This backcountry snowboarding experience was developed with help from renowned snowboarding movie studio Absinthe films. Stoked sends you to five untamed summits with more than 45 square-miles of unforgiving terrain ready to give you the snowboard ride of your life. Create your own style and watch the game's animation system adapt to how you ride. Build your boarding legend as you compete in official events, challenge other rides on Xbox Live, line up officially-licensed sponsors, adapt to shifting weather conditions, and more.
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  • 'Stoked' Producer Interview

    Destineer producer Tony Chiodo amps up the latest details on their upcoming snowboarding title for the Xbox 360, Stoked. The game is "all about style." Players can ride down the slopes as a trick-happy "Hucker" or as a "Stylish" rider with more finesse and grab variations. Also, the snow effects in the game aren't...

    Posted October 1, 2008| 1 Comment

    'Stoked' Producer Interview
  • Stoked Mountain Trailer

    Posted: February 26, 2009

    490 Views | 02:00

  • Stoked Hucker vs Styler Trailer

    Posted: December 4, 2008

    406 Views | 01:25

  • Stoked Producer Interview

    Posted: September 17, 2008

    618 Views | 03:41

 


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