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|Developer(s)|| UEP Systems |
Sony Computer Entertainment
|Platform(s)||PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Dreamcast, Neo Geo Pocket Color, Arcade|
|First release|| Cool Boarders |
August 30, 1996
|Latest release|| Cool Boarders: Code Alien |
December 21, 2000
Cool Boarders is a series of snowboarding video games published by Sony Computer Entertainment.
|Cool Boarders||(PS) 74%  [lower-alpha 1]|
|Cool Boarders 2||(PS) 70%  [lower-alpha 1]|
|Cool Boarders 3||(PS) 71%  [lower-alpha 1]|
|Rippin' Riders Snowboarding||(DC) 69%  [lower-alpha 1]|
|Cool Boarders 4||(PS) 67%  [lower-alpha 1]|
|Cool Boarders 2001||(PS) 56/100  |
(PS2) 78/100 
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