There’s nothing to match the feeling of being out snowboarding. Whether you’re tentatively making your first turns or a seasoned back-country veteran dropping cliffs like they’re nothing, it’s unbeatable.
However, the reality for most of us is that we only get to experience that for a few weeks, maybe even a few days a year. We have to feed our need in other ways. To an extent, video games can fill the void.
Granted, games can be seen as the domain of geeky, nose-picking boys who bark dinner instructions at their over-worked mothers.
However, we think that there have been some important innovations that snowboarding games have given us, that the real world has failed to implement.