Summary: Great game works fine on my 360. Sometimes the trail goes black but you can stil see where your going and is not very common. Would recommend to anyone who wants some great nostalgia gaming. I have SSX 2012 and to be honest prefer SSX 3.
Summary: I grew up playing this game, and was really pleased to find a copy of it to start again. The gameplay is fun and easy, allowing you to make some progress purely through button-bashing, but challenging enough to keep you practising and learning new tricks to let you advance and unlock new levels.
SSX is definitely Tricky, but I find myself coming back for more!
27 August 2012
Excerpt: SSX is an amazing game, in many different aspects. You start off choosing to play World Tour, which is achievement-based where you ride new mountains and runs, trying to get better each time. When you've completed two hills, you move to the Deadly Descent, which is different for each region.
Pros: great graphics, great game for sound and music, many different game modes, easy to understand
Summary: A genuinely great break from the norm with this wacky open world snowboarding game. SSX 3 has combined snowboarding, free roaming and outrageous landscapes to produce a game that immerses you from the word go.
Summary: Best snowboarding game on any console, even the "next gen" ones. I bought this for my xbox 360 and it works fine with backwards compatability. I had this a few years ago on Ps2 and it was easily one of the best games back then.
Excerpt: Why am I reviewing a game from years back, which although playable on the XBOX 360, was designed for the Playstation2 and the original XBOX, and therefore cannot compare graphically to the new technology?
Pros: Addictive game play, character progression, rewards, stunning scenery
Cons: Not matched by any other SSX game in the genre, not a simulator
Excerpt: This game I bought a while back, but its still on top of my most played games. I still haven't achieved everything on it, but thats the beauty of the game. You can play as a variety of players, my favourite is moby.
Pros: good graphics, excellent move capabilities
Cons: sometimes you can get jammed under a rock, one or 2 bugs
Summary: This was my first experience of xbox ssx after evolving through the ps2 games. Not even 10% of the way thorugh and already a far more immersive experience, the challenge the mountain option has so much that after tricky, its a touch intimidating and i hoped none of the fun had been lost.