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SSX
Game Description:The first original sports title for the PS2 from Electronic Arts Canada, SSX combines high-speed snowboard racing with insane big air tricks on what is best described as an exaggerated snow-covered motocross track. Three different gameplay modes and seven different courses stretch the barriers of reality as eight international racers strap onto their boards and go zooming and tricking down the mountain. Up to two players can compete in contact racing with tight split-screen craziness, and the game's soundtrack led by Mix Master Mike of the Beastie Boys and Rahzel of the Roots matches the fast-paced action of SSX quite loudly.
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    SSX Gamescom 2011 Preview -- The Competitive Side of Globetrotting Mountain Ghosts

    Grabbing big air across insanely detailed recreations of the world's mightiest mountain peaks is great, but as we found out in our first look at SSX's RiderNet features, it's much sweeter when it involves rubbing said big air in your friends' faces.

    Posted: Aug 19, 2011


  • SSX Gamescom 2011 Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: August 18, 2011

    3,863 Views | 01:50

  • SSX "Moby" Comic Book Video

    Posted: July 6, 2011

    1,510 Views | 00:49

  • SSX "Kaori" Comic Book Video

    Posted: July 6, 2011

    1,452 Views | 00:49

 


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