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  • Summary: Wakeboarding Unleashed rips you across a lake by a high-powered speedboat as you perform tricks through dangerous terrain. As one of seven world-class wakeboarders, you'll crash into houseboats and catch huge air in nine exotic levels. If you become too tired, then drive the boat and helpWakeboarding Unleashed rips you across a lake by a high-powered speedboat as you perform tricks through dangerous terrain. As one of seven world-class wakeboarders, you'll crash into houseboats and catch huge air in nine exotic levels. If you become too tired, then drive the boat and help your friend pull off challenging technical tricks on the water. Wakeboarding Unleashed takes wakeboarding to the next level with realistic water, unique interaction with the rope, and a fun cooperative mode. Collapse
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 7
  2. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. Excellent controls and a streamlined interface make playing a breeze on the smaller system. Unfortunately, the game lacks the variety and length of gameplay that its big brother has.
  2. Fans of the sport can't do wrong to pick this up, and if you think you're a gamer that can stomach a sports game, you might do well to take a look as well.
  3. Despite the variety of options there's just not enough variety in the gameplay. Much of it can be attributed to the nature of the sport itself.
  4. 70
    There's enough here to keep casual folks busy, but don't expect a huge assortment of challenges in the game design.
  5. 60
    May not grab you in the same way it did on the consoles a few months ago, but if you're obsessed with the sport and/or don't have your PS2 or Xbox near you, this version is a good way to fill that gap of boredom in your day.
  6. The graphics are clear and the control system is intuitive. [Sept 2003, p.140]
  7. The Game Boy Advance is not equipped to handle a game of this stature. The developers had very little to work with, forcing them to bring the game down to a level that's often too weak to enjoy.