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New SSX Trailer Heralds Tomorrow's Demo Release
on February 20, 2012 at 05:01 PM
If you want to post hot times on the SSX online-enabled demo releasing tomorrow, check out some of these tips from EA Sports. This trailer focuses entirely on the Race It mode, which tasks players with finding the fastest line while throwing in tricks to build up boost. Even if you don't plan on...
Spanning The Globe
on November 07, 2011 at 02:00 PM
SSX's boarders will go anywhere for a challenge, and this new video from the game's dev team showcases three of the title's locations. Patagonia has steep ice ridges that provide little margin of error. The ice caves of Antarctica can kill you in seconds. New Zealand's dam structure is...
NASA Data Used To Recreate Mountains In SSX
on June 09, 2011 at 08:15 PM
SSX was first announced at the Spike Video Game Awards last year revealing a slightly edgier direction for the series. Earlier this week at the EA press conference the company announced a January release date and saved gameplay details for a show floor demo. The team at EA Canada showcased some of the...
Climbing to the Summit
on April 13, 2011 at 11:00 AM
At the Electronic Arts Season Opener event in San Francisco, SSX creative director Todd Batty talked about the game's past and how it's both present in the new game (which is no longer subtitled Deadly Descents, by the way) and yet being greatly expanded upon for the January 2012 title. It's...
EA Carves Up A World Of Mountains In SSX
on April 06, 2011 at 04:00 PM
When EA debuted its new SSX game at the Spike Video Game awards, fans began to fear that the series was straying from its roots – that it was taking on a more realistic, darker edge. In truth, developer EA Canada is taking everything that made the original SSX snowboarding titles great and shaping...
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