Bode Miller Alpine Skiing

Bode Miller Alpine Skiing is a PlayStation 2 and Windows video game, named after the American alpine skier Bode Miller. It was developed by 49Games and published by Valcon Games. It was released on February 6, 2006. It is the first console sim game to concentrate solely on the sport of skiing (not including skiing and snowboarding hybrid games). The four disciplines of skiing included are Downhill, Slalom, Giant Slalom, and Super-G. The game also includes a multi-season career mode, allowing the player to compete in a year long World Cup starting out as a junior skier, and the chance to qualify for the amateur and professional circuits while training, competing, and gaining sponsors.

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