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Written by Thomas "CigDangle" Balistreri   
Friday, 05 October 2007

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A skiing game?  Normally, I wouldn't give this game a second thought, but Go! Sports Ski is only a $2.99 download from the PlayStation Store, allows one to four players, and fully utilizes the Sixaxis.  I think I'll be downloading this one.

If virtual skiing is not your thing, be sure to check out the demos this week.  Bladestorm: The Hundred Years’ War and The Simpsons are there.  I KNOW I'll be downloading The Simpsons!

GO! Sports Ski
1-4 players, rated E, $2.99, SCEA

Go! Sports Ski is a skiing simulator that harnesses the SIXAXIS wireless controller to twist, turn and pull off tricks. The easy and intuitive motion control allows you to fly down visually stunning slopes right out of the gate. Supporting various single player modes, including slalom racing, a split-screen versus mode and several online battle modes, Go! Sports Ski features two distinct courses. Other online features include downloading the top online player’s ghost data to race against and a global ranking system.

Key Features

  • Various Gameplay Modes – Includes 3 offline practice modes, split-screen battle, 2 online single player leaderboard time trials, and 4 player online battle mode.
  • Sixaxis Wireless Controller - Fully controlled by the SIXAXIS motion sensors to simulate realistic ski slopes.
  • Collect up to 27 Emblems – Unlock emblems with gameplay success and display them to your online records.
  • Global Online Ranking – See how you stack up against other skiers worldwide

This really looks pretty slick for a $2.99 game, and I bet it would be a blast to play with 4 people.

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