Summary: Parents need to know that kids will be standing up and waving their arms around -- read: exercise! -- while playing this fun snowboarding/skiing game. This game for the Nintendo Wii is a blast for players 6 years of age and older.
Excerpt: Review Name: SSX Blur (Wii) Category: Console Genera: SSX Blur continues EA Big’s long-running SSX franchise of over-the-top snowboarding games. It has all the elements that an SSX veteran would expect from the series: impossibly high speeds, ridiculously big air, elaborate tricks and a general disregard for the laws of physics. What makes Blur special, however, is the fact that it was built from the ground up just for the Wii, and remains a Wii exclusive title.
Excerpt: The most important thing you need to realize about Mega Man 9 is that if you don’t like the style, then you’re a terrible person. 8-bit has returned straight from the NES and onto your next-gen console, that very same one hooked up to that fancy HDTV. It’s also complete with synthesized music and sound effects that are indistinguishable from the originals.
Excerpt: Much like Resistance was to the PS3's launch this week, SSX was the must have title when the PS2 debuted in 2000. Naturally, the success of the original spawned a handful of equally impressive sequels. Now, almost two years after On Tour's release, Wii owners are being treated to arguably one of the best titles on the system since Zelda.
Summary: SSX Blur is the newest version of the critically acclaimed snowboarding franchise. The huge air, blurring speed and insane tricks that SSX is known for return and the fun-factor is amplified by the unique capability of the Wiimote...
Summary: My biggest hope is that
is on the way and continues the level of innovation that this title brought to the table. With so many sports gaming franchises repeating themselves to the extent of eating their own tails, EA Sports took the bull by the horns and made ample use of the Wii's capabilities to really make
not just another snowboard game with the same characters and only minor changes to the experience.