Released: 2003
Developer/Publisher: EA Canada for EA Sports BIG
Platform(s): PS2, XBOX, GC, GBA

Before the Tony Hawk series set the formula, skateboard video games were pretty hard to make, so snowboarding games presented an easy alternative for developers—similar trick combos, less complicated settings. For the sequel to Tricky, EA created a super-fun (if a bit bizarro) representation of snowboarding that's hard to put down once you get over the terrible music and over-the-top gameplay elements.

Purchasing accessories in the game allows you to distinguish you character from others. Even in video games, you are what you consume.