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Winter Stars comes packed with plenty of features to run the courses:
 - Online multiplayer with support for up to four players on a worldwide scale on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii.
 - Variety of difficulty modes to choose from, including a “Family” mode that is perfect for players of all ages and skill levels to compete on a level playing field.
 - Earn points that can be used to personalize and upgrade your character’s winter gear and equipment such as new snowboards and skis, as you progress through the story-driven career mode.
 - Features 18 different scenic locations with crisp, colorful visuals that will make you feel the chill of winter and the beauty of snow-capped mountains.
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