SSX for PlayStation 3
SynopsisStanding at the top of the mountain, you can hardly make out the path below, much less the bottom of the run. The icy wind whips... Read More
SynopsisStanding at the top of the mountain, you can hardly make out the path below, much less the bottom of the run. The icy wind whips around you and kicks up white powder, making it even harder for you to see. You strap your goggles on, tighten your gloves one more time and take a deep breath. Before you know it, you're zipping down the mountain. Trees are nothing but a blur as you fly past. This is just the beginning will you survive the descent? Play as part of a team tackling the deadliest mountain ranges on the planet in SSX. Race down treacherous slopes, battling against mountain and man as you strive to be the best and survive. Shoot down from the peaks of the Himalayas, where the air is so thin you'll have to reach breakneck speeds to keep from blacking out. Maneuver your way down solid ice ranges of Antarctica, where the temperature drops so low in the shade, you'll have to stay in the sunlight to make it out alive. Minimize
Product Review Summary
3 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jul 26, 2012
Pros: Gameplay, Graphics, Quirky Characters
Cons: Difficult at times, Loading screens
This game is very fun and exciting and I reccomend this to any video gamer because it is very unique and nobody would have a hard time enjoying it. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 29, 2012
"Skiing Fanny First Into A Crevase Is Not My Idea Of Fun"
Pros: It looks nice, can be addictive at times, decent online concept.
Cons: FRUSTRATING course design and the survival elements suck the fun out of SSX.
If you can tolerate the game's frustrating design choices, it can actually be a lot of fun. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 2, 2012
EA's Newest SSX Doesn't Quite Stick the Landing.
Pros: Exhilirating tricks, online mode is robust.
Cons: Too many cheap deaths and gimmicky race modes, AI is ridiculous.
There are some interesting ideas buried in SSX -- but a few serious design flaws mar what could have been a fantastic experience. Read More at Epinions.com