SSX Previews - PS3

Game Description:A modern day reinvention of one of the most critically acclaimed arcade franchises of the last generation, SSX packs adrenaline and reality-defying gameplay into every run. Players will jump into the boots of some of their favorite characters from SSX Tricky and SSX 3 to race, trick and survive across the world's most iconic mountain ranges. Based on real-world NASA topographical data, all of the mountain ranges in SSX have been meticulously designed to deliver a gameplay experience that is true to the rich history of one of the most beloved franchises in the video game industry, while bringing it forward to harness the power of current generation of consoles.
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    X-Play Exclusive: SSX Massive World Part 3


    Creative Director Todd Batty and Environment Art Director Geoff Coates conclude our 3-part exclusive look at SSX, revealing gameplay footage of environments Africa, The Rockies, and The Alps.

    Posted: Nov 7, 2011 | 4,359 Views | 02:45

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    X-Play Exclusive: SSX Massive World Part 2


    In this SSX Massive World Part 2 exclusive, Creative Director Todd Batty and Environment Art Director Geoff Coates give us looks at Patagonia, Antarctica, and New Zealand with its Deadly Descent White Out.

    Posted: Oct 31, 2011 | 4,601 Views | 02:42

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    SSX Hands-On Preview -- Can the Reboot Soar Above Its Ambitious Goals?

    EA's long awaited reboot is shaping up nicely, but we still have our reservations about whether it can live up to its high ambitions. Find out why in our latest hands-on look.

    Posted: Oct 4, 2011

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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

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    Best of E3 2011: MP, Motion, Platformer, Fighting, and More


    Adam Sessler and Morgan Webb hand out a slew of E3 2011 awards, for best games in the categories of multiplayer, motion game, platformer, fighting, sports, and best trailer.

    Posted: Jun 20, 2011 | 19,234 Views | 01:53

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    SSX: Deadly Descents Gameplay Preview

    Todd Batty, Creative Director at EA Canada, gives G4 and SSX gamers a preview of SSX: Deadly Descents' gameplay mechanics and new tricks to bring back the franchise of SSX.

    Posted: Apr 20, 2011 | 2,247 Views | 06:46

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    SSX: Deadly Descents First Look Preview

    What is one way to approach a reboot of a once-revered snowboard franchise like SSX? Outsource the level designing to the Planet Earth and NASA. This was just one of the many highlights we came away with in an in-depth presentation of SSX: Deadly Descents.

    Posted: Apr 13, 2011

  • SSX "Mt. Eddie" DLC: First Look Teaser Trailer

    Posted: April 17, 2012

    1,856 Views | 01:23

  • SSX Video Review

    Posted: March 7, 2012

    4,306 Views | 02:37

  • SSX "Tane" Trailer

    Posted: February 29, 2012

    1,095 Views | 01:07

  • First 15: SSX

    Posted: February 28, 2012

    2,472 Views | 15:09

  • SSX Wingsuit Race Trailer

    Posted: February 27, 2012

    2,364 Views | 01:46


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