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7.1 out of 10 based on 230 reviews

SSX Blur

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  • User Score (151)
    7.5 7.5 from 151 reviewers
  • Expert Score (66)
    7.5 7.5 from 66 reviewers
  • Design (2)
    7.4 7.4 from 2 reviewers
  • Gameplay (31)
    6.7 6.7 from 31 reviewers
  • Graphics (36)
    7.0 7.0 from 36 reviewers
  • Sound (33)
    7.0 7.0 from 33 reviewers
  • Multiplayer (5)
    6.7 6.7 from 5 reviewers
  • Control (3)
    6.1 6.1 from 3 reviewers
  • Addiction (2)
    6.2 6.2 from 2 reviewers
  • Lifespan (5)
    7.7 7.7 from 5 reviewers
  • Lastability (5)
    7.3 7.3 from 5 reviewers
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Experts:
9-10
(10)
7-8
(46)
5-6
(7)
3-4
(2)
1-2
(1)
Users:
9-10
(51)
7-8
(53)
5-6
(18)
3-4
(16)
1-2
(10)
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  • WikiFreak Description

SSX Blur is an arcade snowboarding game featuring the best tracks as compared to the last two series. The visuals and the sound are also good. Due to the Wii Remote's motion sensing capabilities the tricks are more stunning. SSX Blur features twelve characters, set out to conquer the mountain. This game is played by using the game's Career mode, there are no menus. SSX Blur includes lots of options, there are twelve different tracks, most housing two events each, totaling to 22 different runs. The compet…

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SSX Blur is an arcade snowboarding game featuring the best tracks as compared to the last two series. The visuals and the sound are also good. Due to the Wii Remote's motion sensing capabilities the tricks are more stunning. SSX Blur features twelve characters, set out to conquer the mountain. This game is played by using the game's Career mode, there are no menus. SSX Blur includes lots of options, there are twelve different tracks, most housing two events each, totaling to 22 different runs. The competition includes Race, Slopestyle, Big Air, Half-Pipe, and a new one, Slalom. Apart from individual event, there are also tournaments to compete in; which challenge players to be good in all of the events. Though some players may find SSX Blur childish it is not easy. Amateurs can find Peak 1's easy, but gradually the difficulty sets in with Peaks 2 and 3 amps, with killer tracks that require quick thinking just to stay upright. The rivals also become more aggressive as the game progresses. SSX Blur's motion controls are somewhat complex and require time to fully understand and take hold of. The nunchuk controls everything you do on the ground while moving the Wii remote in different directions sends your rider into a spin or flip. Steering is handled by the nunchuk and moving it right and left moves your rider accordingly. Tilting the analog stick lets your rider glide into sharp turns. SSX Blur features great music and the tournaments are breathtaking.

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