Target Limited Edition Shaun White Snowboarding Game Available
Target has announced that its limited edition Shaun White Snowboarding game is now available. The special Target edition of the game is available on the Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii and offers special content not available in other versions of the game.
Target buyers get Target Mountain, an entire mountain available only in the Target version of the game. Other special content includes additional scenes, exclusive jibs and a virtual version of the Target Chalet, the mountainside home where Target athletes live during the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado.
“We are really excited about the additional content our exclusive version of Shaun White Snowboarding brings to Target guests,” said Troy Michels, Target Lifestyle Marketing. “With the help of Ubisoft and Shaun, we think the Target limited edition of the game offers an enhanced experience and helps showcase the Target brand and our partnership with Shaun.”
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