Summary: It's rare to find a game that everyone in your family can play. You don't have to like snowboarding, you don't have to snowboard, you just have to be able to laugh when you fall, and race the computer. There are two main modes, one is racing, another is showoff.
Triple Misty Flying Squirrel to Late UNETHICAL Experimental
Amazon Customer, Amazon
8 October 2002
Summary: This game is a must have for all PS2 owners out there. There's plenty of game play to be had. Even after you've unlocked all the characters, completed their trick books, and maxed out their attributes there is still plenty of fun left.
Summary: SSX was the second PS2 title i bought (first being smugglers run), it was a toss up between this and Tekken Tag, and i am glad i chose this one. The game is just amazing, EA Sports has managed to capture the look, feel, and sound of real snowboarding.
Summary: Wow. That pretty much sums it up. This game has got to be the best game in the entire index of games. First of all the corses are great. There is firt of all elisium alps and snow dream [the two unlocked corse} were awsome.
Summary: Incredibly fun game and gorgeous to behold. SSX is Snowboard Supercross. You compete against a wide variety of characters and snowboarding styles on a series of tracks that range from mountain slaloms to a city that got dumped on by a snow machine and turned into a track.
Summary: Sorry if i wrote this review twice. I have always been a nintendo fan therefor hating ps2. But... i went to toys r us one day to buy diablo 2 (great game!) There was a long line so i decided to play ps2 on their tv's.
Summary: I was totally WOWED by this game. The first 3 games I got was SSX: Snowboarding Supercross, Madden NFL 2001, and Ridge Racer for my PS2. I played Ridge Racer first because I like racing games and after 1-2 races, I decided to switch.
Summary: As a huge fan of the Cool Boarders series for PS1 (also created by EA), this game was the main selling point in buying a PS2 on Ebay. I am not disappointed at all. The Cool Boarders series for PS1 was a lot of fun, and the tricks and moves you could do were incredibly cool.
Summary: It takes persistence to win often enough to win on the tracks provided before you'll start unlocking new tracks and boards. It's all part of the game, the frustration of losing and the challenge of getting better to win rewards for doing good... this game is a good challenge, that's for sure!