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Author: qxz
Posted: February 20, 2009 (03:03 AM)
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Amen, Suskie. I'm somewhat comforted that someone else is critical of the "realism" Nintendo attempted to emulate here. I haven't played 1080 in about nine years, but I certainly remember it to be a messy attempt at a snowboarding title.

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Author: Suskie
Posted: February 20, 2009 (05:19 AM)
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Yeah, I don't remember exactly how much I enjoyed it around the time it came out, but it's weird to revisit a "realistic" game like this by today's standards. Makes me wonder how the current-gen games we consider realistic will fare ten years from now...

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