Winter Sports 2012 gives you the opportunity to experience the thrill and excitement of some of the most high octane, adrenaline filled events on snow and ice!
Everybody knows that winter sports are for the true adrenaline junkies ? nothing can compare to plummeting down a mountain side at over 120mph on nothing but a pair of skis or a snowboard. Winter Sports 2012 captures that feeling of raw, stomach clenching excitement in extensive detail.
Crammed with over 50 challenges spanning 10 winter sport and Olympic events you have the chance to experience the rush in sub zero climates while in the comfort of your own home (or on the go on Nintendo 3DS)!
Challenge yourself in the single player mode or go up against 4 of your friends in split-screen mode.
Winter Sports 2012 has extensive replay value with rewards and unlockables as well as an in-depth character design tool, spectacular slow motion replays and an emotive sound track with realistic audience panorama giving you the unique experience of the winter season without having to travel up a mountain!
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