UBISOFT REVEALS SOUNDTRACK FOR SHAUN WHITE SNOWBOARDING GAME (360, DS, PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, WII)

by November 13th, 2008

Shaun White Track List to Feature Classic Rock Standards and Indie Rock Anthems


  


UBISOFT REVEALS SOUNDTRACK FOR SHAUN WHITE SNOWBOARDING GAMEToday Ubisoft announced the soundtrack for Shaun White Snowboarding, a brand new video game franchise built around Olympic and X-Games gold medalist Shaun White.

Shaun’s love for classic rock played an important role in inspiring the final list of songs for his video game. Featuring an eclectic mix of genres and artists, the soundtrack flawlessly aligns fresh alternative beats, hardcore rock and old school classics, forming every thrill-seeker’s ideal playlist. Some featured standout artists include Kasabian, Audioslave, MGMT, Heart, Blue Öyster Cult and Bob Dylan.
Below is the full list of tracks featured in Shaun White Snowboarding:

• “The Press Corpse” – Anti-Flag
• “Gasoline” – Audioslave
• “Berlin” – Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
• “Weapon of Choice” – Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
• “Don’t Fear the Reaper” – Blue Öyster Cult
• “Hurricane” – Bob Dylan
• “Someday Baby” – Bob Dylan
• “Acceptable in the 80s” – Calvin Harris
• “Clean My Wounds” – Corrosion of Conformity
• “Time to Fly” – Dunk
• “We Come 1” – Faithless
• “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” – Gil Scott-Heron
• “Counting the Days” – Goldfinger
• “Jump into the Fire” – Harry Nilsson
• “Barracuda” – Heart
• “The Fashion (Do or Die)” – illScarlett
• “Anna Molly” – Incubus
• “White Rabbit” – Jefferson Airplane
• “Reason Is Treason” – Kasabian
• “Stuntman” – Kasabian
• “Cult of Personality” – Living Colour
• “Working for the Weekend” – Loverboy
• “Control” – Metro Station
• “Of Moons, Birds & Monsters” – MGMT
• “Time to Pretend” – MGMT
• “Dashboard” – Modest Mouse
• “Stompbox” – Overseer
• “Rock Box” – Run DMC
• “Ill Placed Trust” – Sloan
• “Ring of Fire” – Social Distortion
• “Save Yourself” – Stabbing Westward
• “The Ballroom Blitz” – Sweet
• “Perfect Wave” – The Beautiful Unknown (Formerly Barlow)
• “Keep Loving Me” – The Draytones
• “Waiting for Go” – The Dykeenies
• “Alive & Amplified” – The Mooney Suzuki
• “Great DJ” – The Ting Tings
• “Every Inambition” – The Trews
• “Animal I Have Become” – Three Days Grace
• “Play That Funky Music” – Wild Cherry

Shaun White is an Olympic gold medalist with 42 professional wins, including seven Winter X-Games gold medals. He was also the first athlete to win gold medals in Winter and Summer X-Games in unique disciplines. White collaborated with Ubisoft’s award-winning development team to create Shaun White Snowboarding. The game features open world mountains across the globe, where players are free to define their own experiences and express themselves through tricks, unique riding styles and highly customizable avatars. Players can also hang out with their friends and have fun off the board by throwing snowballs, hiking to access secret spots, and filming their friends doing tricks.

Shaun White Snowboarding will be available for retail beginning Nov. 14, 2008 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system, the Wii™ home video game system from Nintendo, the Nintendo DS™ system, the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system, the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, and Windows PC.

For more information on Shaun White Snowboarding, please visit www.shaunwhitegame.com.

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Sam P

Sam, 21, recently graduated music & theology student. I live in Coventry, and currently work as a waiter in a hotel, which isn't the most glamorous job, but it's paying off my debts. My first experience of gaming was bubble bobble on the commodore 64, and I've been pretty much hooked since. I really enjoy the old point & click adventure games, and adventure platforming games in general.

About Sam P

Sam, 21, recently graduated music & theology student. I live in Coventry, and currently work as a waiter in a hotel, which isn't the most glamorous job, but it's paying off my debts. My first experience of gaming was bubble bobble on the commodore 64, and I've been pretty much hooked since. I really enjoy the old point & click adventure games, and adventure platforming games in general.

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