|Cool Boarders 2001|
|Publisher(s)||Sony Computer Entertainment|
|Platform(s)||PlayStation, PlayStation 2|
Cool Boarders 2001 is a snowboarding video game developed by Idol Minds and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation and PlayStation 2. It is the only Cool Boarders title to be released only in North America.
|Metacritic||56/100 ||78/100 |
|CNET Gamecenter||7/10 ||N/A|
|Electronic Gaming Monthly||4.17/10 ||7.5/10 |
|Game Informer||5.5/10 ||8.25/10 |
|GameRevolution||C− ||B |
|GameSpot||3.7/10 ||7.6/10 |
|IGN||4/10 ||7.8/10 |
|Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine|||||
The PlayStation 2 version received "generally favorable reviews", while the PlayStation version received "mixed" reviews, according to the review aggregation website Metacritic.   Samuel Bass of NextGen said of the latter console version in its January 2001 issue, "A pre- SSX game in a post-SSX era, Cool Boarders 2001 is simply too little, too late."  Six issues later, Jeff Lundrigan said of the former console version, "It's not the worst snowboarding game you've ever played, but there are far better ones out there." 
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