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Amped 3, the latest in the fabled Amped series is back for XBox 360!

Amped 3, like snowboarding itself, isn't just about the sport. Sure, it all starts with riding huge mountains, finding seams through the trees in hip-deep powder, and tricking your cheeks off…which is why there's an all-new physics engine, perfected controls, and the most authentic riding experience at some the world's greatest winter resorts. But the soul of snowboarding is all about style. So, in Amped 3, there's incredible customization, a fat helping of boarding culture, and huge snowboxes loaded with killer gameplay. With a new ParkBuilder, insane, bone-breaking sledding, and snowmobiles for exploring, you can be who you want, go where you want, and do what you want. Freestyle. Your style. Lifestyle. Amped 3.

 

  • Massive Mountains - Amped 3 features seven new resorts, up to three times larger than levels in Amped 1 & 2. Take on hundreds of challenges around the resorts, or pull out your sled and try to hang on for dear life. Explore the entire mountain on a snowmobile, get away from it all in the back country, or find the perfect spot and build your own obstacles, rails, and jumps.
  • Snowbox™ - The resorts are loaded with hundreds of challenges; beat them and earn upgrades, new stuff, or Coin you can use to buy a ton of swag. And these challenges aren't just about your skills on a snowboard...there's snowmobiling, sledding, and more. All your top scored runs, hang-times and crashes are automatically posted for all to see on Live™...see how you measure up against the rest of the planet and go grab the top spot.
  • Park Builder - Anywhere, anytime, you can plant your own jumps and rails to create a personal terrain park, add things to trick off to get better High Scores, or just make a difficult challenge a little easier. You can even create your own sessioning area. And you earn newer and crazier objects to plant as you play the game.
  • Sled Slaughter™ - Hop on a sled and just try to hang on! The longer you can ride, the greater the destruction and carnage...and the bigger your medical bill (aka high score). Or, if you want to teach your buddy a lesson, tie your sleds together and see who do more damage to themselves. Good times!
  • Snow Tracks - Over 300 new indie music tracks... again Amped 3 offers up more fresh tracks than another game ever made.
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