Winter Stars

Winter Stars (PS3)

2011

System
PlayStation 3
Publisher
Deep Silver

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Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 6/10

Overview

Number of Players
4
Genre
Sports
Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • 25th Nov 2011 (UK/EU)
Controller Support
PlayStation Move

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Reviews

  • 1

    PS3

    Review Winter Stars

    Chilled out

    After a year of motion control, Sports Champions is still Move's best sports package by far: MotionSports Adrenaline was a wash-out, and After Hours Athletes is a compilation of PSN games, so that doesn't really count. Winter Stars doesn't quite topple Zindagi's launch title, but it comes closer than we'd expected. Winter Stars leads...

About The Game

Winter Stars entices gamers off their sofas with its high quality and easy-to-learn, exhilarating motion controls.

The unique "family mode" allows each participant to choose his or her own individual difficulty level, thus making for a fun multiplayer experience with even chances for everyone. In single player mode, Winter Stars offers a campaign full of variety that allows players to experience all aspects of an athlete's career.

This new title will be a breath of fresh air for the genre, enabling sports fans of all ages and abilities to compete with one another or against virtual opponents in no less than eleven disciplines: paraskiing, curling, snowmobile, bobsled, downhill skiing, figure skating, biathlon, freeride skiing, snowboard cross, ski flying, and short-track. In thrilling multiplayer action, up to four players can engage in dynamic online or offline competitions for championship titles, or simply enjoy the variety of winter sports themed mini-games on offer.

The story-driven single player mode not only features an extensive career system and character development, but also a number of special challenges such as training sessions that provide arcade-style enjoyment in between events. Console athletes can use the experience points they earn to purchase new equipment and improve their skills in preparation for the diverse challenges ahead, and to support their team on its path to victory.