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.
Summary: I actually found the game a little confusing, which is weird for a snowboarding game, as I would have assumed there isn't much to going down mountains of snow avoiding things and doing tricks. I picked it up because a friend loves the single-player and wanted to try out the multiplayer aspect of the game. That was most of the confusion. It took us a while to figure out that it isn't a typical/expected way of playing.
Summary: I bought this because I had he same game on my old Xbox and was fun I did not like the fax that it was listed brand new but not in original package and is also single player I have no ides how it compares I have packed it away I haven't been using it
SSX is a mixed clash or realism and arcade style gameplay
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
3 August 2012
Summary: The Good: Fast arcade style gameplay, some of the gear is fun to use, new trick stick is easy to use The Bad: Random haphazard level design, weak customization, deadly descents are not really all that fun, blurry low resolution visuals SSX brings back the series with a "reboot". The series adds a dose of realism in the otherwise very arcade style gameplay, and it doesn't fit well here.
Summary: Finally. A true SSX sequel. It's been years since SSX Tricky and SSX 3. Though this reboot isn't as over-the-top as Tricky and doesn't offer the open-mountain exploration of 3, it's still enjoyable. The number one complaint about this game is a new mode called 'Survive It' where you have to brave a natural peril and come out alive. Though this a huge break from the original SSX formula, it's fun to play and offers a sense of variety, which is greatly needed.
Summary: This game is a great nod towards the previous titles in the series. Great graphics, awesome tricks and tracks, cool new stuff like wing suits and head lamps with survival missions, and just about everything i loved and a bit more! HOWEVER, it doesnt really have much replay value because you CANT PLAY OTHER PEOPLE IN REAL TIME!
Summary: The first snowboard videogame I ever played was 1080 for the N64 (GRANT!) and it was glorious. When my parents got me a PS2 one year for Christmas they also got me the two best videogames I have ever played to this date: Jak and Daxter and SSX Tricky. SSX Tricky was like nothing I'd ever played before and it blew me away. The levels, the character personalities, the awesome tricks; the game was fantastic in its lack of realism and visuals and was a ton of fun.