Is an Xbox exclusive snowboarding video game. It is the first of the Amped video game series.
Released during the Xbox’s launch, Amped is a snowboarding game focused on the tricks, instead of the racing style of play given by Electronic Art’s SSX which launched with the PlayStation 2 in the previous year. The success of Amped was solidified by the successful launch of the sequels, Amped 2 and Amped 3.
The game is also well known for helping to launch the career of pop punk band Yellowcard due to the soundtrack in-game soundtrack consisting of the complete One for the Kids album on it. The videogame also contains three songs from band Ink & Dagger’s album The Fine Art of Original Sin. In 2005, former drummer Ryan McLaughlin sued Microsoft, claiming that they were used without the band’s knowledge. The suit was settled out of court in 2006.

It was one of the hardest games I ever played