Summary: I bought this for my wife. She enjoys watching me play on my xbox 360 so she wanted one for herself after getting a PS3. She had a xbox 360 and found that the controllers where a little to big until she tried the PS3 and found that the controllers fit perfect for her. Anyway she plays this game like mad and it is foremost the best for her.
SSX for ps3, still a solid game, but a litle more freedom would be nice.
3 April 2014
Summary: Overall not a bad game, but it's lost some of the charm that the earlier SSX games had. The lack of being able to choose which character I want to play through the single player game was frustrating. Gameplay was solid, although the lack of some of the old school events was perplexing.
Summary: Have played several versions of SSX over the years with SSX Tricky being my favorite. So what does EA do...they have taken all of the fun out of the game. The game is entirely too technical for something with gravity and human ability defying gameplay. There were several of the ice boards that were barely even playable. Do you really need damage, armor, and other bs gear that's an obvious and greedy attempt to get you to pay more for items?
Not the best SSX installment, but a good game none the less
1 March 2014
Summary: I think the best installments in the SSX franchise are SSX Tricky, and SSX 3. Tricky was just a classic and really had me fall in love with the SSX games, and SSX 3 just took it to a whole other level of amazing! This installment however wasn't as good as those two but was much much better then the crappy SSX Tour and SSX Blur installment.