There is no doubt that this is a fun and entertaining game
Stephanie Rennells, Amazon
31 December 2014
Summary: I purchased this because I was a huge fan of SSX Tricky for the PS2 and 360. There is no doubt that this is a fun and entertaining game. The only reason it doesn't live up to Tricky (imo) is that the controls are a little - too - complicated. I'm a fairly enthusiastic gamer and still young enough to adapt easily, but I found the gameplay a little trickier than I prefer.
Back to the basics you love. NOW WITH MORE DUBSTEP!
ssteussy "steussys", Amazon
21 July 2014
Summary: A great throwback to the days when SSX was about goofy characters sliding down a mountain. Stupid mechanics from On Tour and the monstrosity released on Wii have been removed. New mechanics (e.g. ice axes, rewinding, death) add fun elements to the game without distracting from the simple joy of doing insane tricks in beautiful settings. The game does look amazing. I must caution buyers to the excessive dubstep.
Summary: I lost interest practically instantly. The graphics are good and they kept the genuine ssx style trick system, but I was disappointed to find out that I couldn't create my own rider. SSX on Tour is great if you like the type of style I'm talking about.
Great addition to the SSX franchise, though no local multiplayer
30 April 2014
Summary: Those who follow the SSX franchise will find a solid, incrementally better game than the previous-gen console versions, with one major drawback - no local multiplayer, which for me was a huge part of the initial draw of the game for me and my friends in the original SSX and SSX Tricky days on PS2.
Summary: If you liked previous SSX games, this one will be right up your alley, in general gameplay. This iteration was heavily adapted for online play, and it loses a LOT if you're not an XBL Gold subscriber.