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  • Blog Post: Free SSX Download Includes Two New Game Modes

    It may be the middle of summer, but EA still has its mind on shredding gnar pow. Today the company made available two new SSX game modes via a free download. Fans lobbied heavily for a freeride mode, and EA has granted their wish. The Freeride mode is a single-player experience that allows boarders to... More
  • Blog Post: Head-To-Head Multiplayer Coming To SSX

    Technically, head-to-head racing is not entirely confirmed for the latest SSX, but Electronic Arts hasn't been very subtle in its approach to secretly sharing the news.[Excert] Along with the teaser below, which shows multiple racers going against one another, the official SSX twitter account has... More
  • Blog Post: See SSX's Classic DLC In Action

    Zoe's back with some tricky moves. Come watch her take on the retro themed Mt. Eddie. The old-school DLC was announced last week and will release on May 1st. For more details, check out the original story . More
  • Blog Post: Classic SSX Coming Courtesy Of DLC

    While some may or may not like the recent SSX re-boot, those of you who want more of the classic SSX experience can get the upcoming DLC pack that features a new mountain inspired by SSX Tricky. Starting on May 1 you can get the SSX Mt. Eddie Pack & Classic Characters Bundle Pack for $7.99, or each... More
  • Blog Post: Get Your Hands On EA’s SSX With Early Demo

    Start shredding down the world’s mountain with the demo for EA’s new SSX early next week. During the latest episode of the SSX Ubercast , creative director Todd Batty revealed that the SSX demo would be available for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on February 21 in North America, and the 22 for... More
  • Blog Post: SSX Soundtrack Lineup Announced

    Electronic Arts has just announced the full soundtrack lineup for SSX, and it includes contributions from the likes of DJ Shadow, Skrillex, Foster the People, and 10 original tracks. The soundtrack for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game, which comes out February 28, features 36 licensed tracks and 10... More
  • Blog Post: SSX's Online Pass Doesn't Sound Too Bad

    In an age where online passes lock out online multiplayer and single-player content, EA Sports' upcoming snowboard title SSX does something different. According to an EA spokesperson, SSX will allow you to play and compete in both online game modes, Explore and Global Events without a pass. However... More
  • Blog Post: This Is Why I'm Excited For SSX

    For a good year or two in high school, my friends and I would gather together nearly every weekend to hang out, unwind, and play SSX and its sequel, SSX Tricky. We eventually sunk so much time into these two games and memorized the tracks so thoroughly that we would do totally absurd, multi-million scoring... More
  • Blog Post: SSX Delayed A Few Weeks

    EA Sports' revival of the SSX franchise has been pushed back a couple weeks to allow for extra development polish. SSX was originally scheduled to ship in North America on February 14, 2012. It will now ship February 28 in North America and March 2 in the rest of the world. In an open letter published... More
  • Blog Post: SSX Release Date Announced

    EA Sports as confirmed the release date for its SSX reboot. The game ships in North America on February 14, 2012. Yesterday, the publisher released a new video showing off the some of the locations featured in the game: Himalayas, Alaska, and Siberia More
  • Blog Post: PS3 Exclusives For SSX, Need For Speed, Battlefield, Saints Row Announced

    At Sony's press conference in Los Angeles today, Sony announced PS3 exclusive content from EA and THQ. SSX on PS3 will offer an exclusive level on the slopes of Mt. Fuji, Need For Speed: The Run on PS3 will offer seven additional super cars, and Battlefield 3 will offer Battlefield 1943 on the same... More
  • Blog Post: SSX Coming Out Next January

    At EA’s press conference during E3, EA Sports president Peter Moore jumped onstage to talk about EA’s SSX reboot. We don’t have a lot of new information on EA’s update to the SSX franchise, but Moore reiterated EA’s goal to allow players to race several real mountain ranges... More
  • Blog Post: Mac Joins The Cast of SSX

    Fans of SSX who visit EA’s Facebook account have been able to vote on the character roster for the new game. Is seems like some of you like Mac, because that little chump will be returning for the new game. Destructoid recently posted this video of Mac in action. More
  • Blog Post: Making SSX Dev Diary: Characters

    Producer Sean Smillie and other members of the EA Canada team talk about how EA is evolving and updating SSX’s classic roster for the upcoming SSX title. All we can say is that Moby better be in the game. More
  • Blog Post: Vote On Your Favorite SSX Characters

    Electronic Arts is turning to SSX fans to help decide which classic characters from the franchise's past will be included in the next game. Starting this week the company is hosting a vote on its Facebook page where fans choose their three favorite characters. The voting will continue for three weeks... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports' Persistent ID To Be A Paid Subscription?

    This month EA Sports stated that it was working on a cross-title, cross-year persistent ID system that would chronicle your progress as a player of the label's games. Now new information purports to unveil details about this program and reveal that it's a paid subscription program. Pastapadre... More
  • Blog Post: Hitting Slopes: The Level Design of SSX

    How did EA’s SSX team go about designing natural looking half-pipes on the top of Everest? Find out in this developer diary. EA’s SSX developer diary continues. In this third entry, art director Dave Taylor explains the process of creating an exaggerated SSX world on top of real topographical... More
  • Blog Post: New SSX Trailer Shows Off Tricks And Amazing Level Design

    The game formerly known as SSX: Deadly Descent (the subtitle has been jettisoned) is looking to restore the best snowboarding series of all time to its former glory. In this new trailer, the SSX team shows us how they go about crafting tricks and incorporating them into the game's insanely expansive... More
  • Blog Post: Making SSX: Bringing Back The Franchise Part 1

    Take a tour through EA’s Vancouver studio, and get the scoop on how the SSX team is bringing back EA’s popular SSX brand. EA’s new SSX title is all about racing down real life mountains, performing ridiculous tricks, and surviving a series of natural disasters. Check out the video below... More
  • Blog Post: Racing Into 2011

    2010 was a great year for racing games. Gran Turismo 5 finally got released (and was pretty *** good in its own right), and between titles like Split/Second and Blur, the genre saw a much-needed infusion of new ideas and experiences. What’s in store for 2011? We take a look at some of the games... More
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