1080° Snowboarding

1080° Snowboarding

1998

System
Nintendo 64
Publisher
Nintendo
Developer
Nintendo EAD

7.7

Game Rating

User Ratings: 25

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Sports
Release Date

Wii Shop

  • 28th Jan 2008, 1,000 points (USA)
  • 18th Jan 2008, 1,000 points (UK/EU)
  • 15th Jan 2008, 1,000 points (JPN)

Nintendo 64

  • 31st Mar 1998 (USA)
  • 28th Feb 1998 (JPN)
  • 9th Oct 1998 (UK/EU)

Wii U eShop

  • 31st Dec 2015, £8.99/€9.99 (UK/EU)
  • 31st Dec 2015, $9.99 (USA)
Controller Support
Classic, Gamecube

Screenshots (8)

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Reviews

  • 38

    Wii U eShop / N64

    Review 1080° Snowboarding

    Shreddin’ the gnar

    Originally released for the Nintendo 64 in 1998, 1080° Snowboarding was Nintendo's attempt to bring the snowboarding experience to its home console. It did a good job: six courses provide a variety of thrills as you hop on a board and tackle the snowy slopes. Five riders of varying abilities and several boards are available and...

  • 12

    Virtual Console / Nintendo 64

    Review 1080° Snowboarding

    Thrills and chills

    1080° Snowboarding is a title that divided gamers when it was first released. Here was a game that mixed Nintendo's usual penchant for killer gameplay with a more serious subject matter than the company was used to dealing with. It got lazily compared to fellow N64 stable mate Wave Race and came out looking worse, because it was...

About The Game

Prepare to experience the thrills and chills of the ultimate extreme sport in 1080 Snowboarding. This Nintendo 64 classic offers one of the most accurate yet accessible snowboarding simulations around – all from the warmth of your living room!

1080 Snowboarding features six huge courses, loaded with cool places to pull off more than 25 outlandish tricks. Six different game modes are on offer, including head-to-head races against a friend or the CPU, Time Attack, Trick Attack and a Practice mode.

Impressive 3D graphics (lens flare, varying weather and lighting conditions) and an atmospheric soundtrack round off this perfect wintry package that anyone can get a kick out of.