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Like this, but on wheels New board, new surfaces to fall down, same unkempt Olympian. Ubisoft has just announced a new Shaun White game that's all about ... skateboarding? Shaun White Skateboarding is being released on unspecified platforms this holiday season. The Wii seems likely, since the fi...

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Another Tuesday, more games for Xbox Live's Games on Demand service. This week, two new titles have been added, Shaun White Snowboarding and Command & Conquer 3. Shaun White is available everywhere except Canada, Japan and Korea, while Command & Conquer 3 is only available in -- deep breath...

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Ubisoft just sent us a new trailer for Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage and, as those powder-carving kids would say, it's totally tubular. It reminds us of a time when snowboarding games were, uh, fun (oh, how we miss you, SSX). If this wasn't on your radar before this post, we're sure that's ...

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click to make with the bigness Ubisoft has announced that its sequel to last year's multiplatform Shaun White Snowboarding is coming exclusively to Wii. Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage is being developed by Ubisoft Montreal and is planned for a holiday 2009 release. The move to a single-platf...

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Ubisoft announced its financial results (PDF link) for fiscal 2008 (which ended on March 31, 2009), and for the most part news (or Newz, if you prefer) is good. Full-year sales for 2008 grew to €1.058 billion, up 14% over last year's €928 million total. The company explained the strong res...

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Through a partnership with TransGaming Inc., Ubisoft is poised to bring select titles to Mac gamers (yes, we repeat: "Mac gamers") through retail and digital download channels. The two most significant offerings will be Prince of Persia and Shaun White Snowboarding, although Ubisoft will also prov...

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After complaining about the first round of expensive Shaun White Snowboarding DLC, Ubisoft took our "constructive criticism" and just released a fresh batch of free content. Or at least we like to think our complaining convinced them to release free content ... no matter. SW Snowboarding's The Freeb...

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"The Flying Tomato" himself has released a new set of downloadable content for his self titled Shaun White Snowboarding game, bringing with it new jackets, pants, boards and other wearables. You know, so you can play dress up with your snowboarder. The 400 Microsoft point The Glamour Pack is the f...

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Target is having a sale where key Wii titles will be discounted. As you can see above, qualifying titles include Shaun White Snowboarding, Animal Crossing: City Folk, and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. If you didn't get check any of these titles out, but wanted to, now might be the time to head o...

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It's no secret that Ubisoft has high hopes for Shaun White Snowboarding. The company said it expects the game to sell a million copies and, so far, the game is flying off retail shelves faster than scrumptious hotcakes, unloading 259,000 copies in the U.S. across the various platforms in November ...

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The biggest competition for a third-party developer on Wii is, obviously, Nintendo. But, that doesn't mean it's hopeless. Ubisoft is just one of the third-party developers that have found success on the console. How? Through strategic and careful planning. "We saw that at the end of this year, there...

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You've read the headline and you're probably thinking, "Oh, great. Just what we need. Another article effusing praise for Left 4 Dead. Thanks. Thank you so much." In truth, yes, we're excited that Left 4 Dead is coming out this week, but the reality of the headline is best understood by glancing a...

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The question has been on everybody's lips since Cammie Dunaway shed her shoes and opened Nintendo's E3 press conference with Shaun White Snowboarding: can the Balance Board provide a notable leap forward for the snowboarding genre? IGN has a comparison of the PS3/360 and Wii versions of Ubisoft's ...

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Breathe a sigh of relief. It's not nearly as bad as it first sounded. In fact, the "Target edition" of Shaun White Snowboarding might actually warrant a trip to Target for game shopping. And, didn't you hear? Target expects plenty of Wiis in stock this season. Why not do all your holiday spending t...

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While a lot of the descriptions for these Trophies are incredibly vague and unclear, there's no denying that they make you feel like you're being personally congratulated by Shaun White. And in the end, isn't that what Trophies are all about? We'll leave you to ponder that one while you check out ...

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How do we know? Because they're throwing a lot of money into advertising the game. $10 million, to be exact, all in the hopes that you'll want to hit the virtual slopes with Shaun and the gang. The campaign started last night, where Ubisoft purchased all of the ad space on the season premiere of p...

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Try as we might, we just haven't been able to get excited about Shaun White Snowboarding. To date, we've only been able to motivate ourselves to post about its use of the Balance Board and the inclusion of mighty Target Mountain, coated daily by artificial snow machines and values. Now, Ubisoft is...

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Pictured above is the Target Chalet [tar-zhay sha-ley], the swanky home of Winter X Games athletes doing business in Aspen and just one of many couture extras to be found in the special "Target edition" of Shaun White Snowboarding for PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360. This cozy lodge really hits the...

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