Shaun White Doing Well on Wii, Sequel Expected

By Jorge Ba-oh 29.04.2009 3

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Ubisoft's take on the whole snowboarding formula has done very well across the board, according the company, and especially well on Wii.

The company feels the motion/balance-board controlled game has had a "very strong showing" on Nintendo's platform, with favourable reviews and decent sales.

CEO Yves Guillemot recently told GameSpot that the game has sold over 3 million units as part of a wide multiplatform release, and predictably will see some form of sequel, or two, in the future.

Did you enjoy Shaun White's snowboarding efforts? Would you be interested in a sequel?

Box art for Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage








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That makes another multiplatform game that has sold best on Wii.

( Edited 29.04.2009 22:35 by Sonic_13 )

Sonic_13 said:
That makes another multiplatform game that has sold best on Wii.

Third Party too.

Still want a new SSX game with Balance Board Support. DON'T GET RID OF THE FRANCHISE EA. I'LL BOYCOTT YOU!!!

Maybe I'll get it if the sequel has a lot of new features, like online and, however unlikely, Downloadable content, like new levels or something. A level editor would be interesting.

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