Browse by Tags - SSX - PlayStation 3 - SSX -
Switch Lights

The lights are on

Browse by Tags

  • Blog Post: See More Of Mt. Eddie In New DLC Trailer

    Earlier this week, we took a look at a clip of SSX alum Zoe Payne making her way down the SSX Tricky-inspired Mt. Eddie. Today, we're taking another trip down the mountain with the retro version of that stupid Eddie character. The Mt. Eddie & Classic Characters pack contains a new mountain inspired... More
  • Blog Post: SSX Takes Flight In Wingsuit Trailer

    The SSX series has always been about tricks and big air, but the latest installment is taking it a step further. Characters can equip wingsuits, which will allow them to thumb their gloved noses at gravity while whizzing through the air. A new trailer shows the suits in action, in preparation for the... More
  • Blog Post: New SSX Trailer Heralds Tomorrow's Demo Release

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Deep Dive Into SSX's Online In New Dev Video

    SSX has never been a game for loners, and its latest iteration isn't breaking that multiplayer tradition. In the first of two developer diaries, creative director Todd Batty explains how social networking has inspired the game's online component. Using RiderNet, players will be able to take on... More
  • Blog Post: SSX Gets Tricky Once Again In New Trailer

    SSX Tricky is one of the best (if not the best) snowboarding games of all time, and the action was frequently backed by Run DMC's catchy "It's Tricky." In the new trailer that you'll see below, EA has brought the track back via an annoying dubstep remix. In addition to the tricks... More
  • Blog Post: An Avalanche Of SSX Screens, Plus A Trailer And Hands-On

    Electronic Arts' definitive snowboarding series is poised to make a return. If you can't wait to hit the slopes again, you should check out this new trailer and a batch of screens, along with some hands-on impressions of SSX. SSX was one of the games EA was showcasing at an event in Las Vegas... More
  • Blog Post: The Best Parts Of Need For Speed's Autolog Hit The Slopes

    I'm a long-time SSX fan going back to the original release on PlayStation 2, so I was psyched to get my hands on EA's series revival at Gamescom. As it turns out, the publisher isn't just rehashing the awesome tricks and tracks of past games, though; SSX will also feature a completely revamped... More
  • Blog Post: Trailer And Screens Give You A Face Full Of Snow

    Everyone knows that snowboarding is radical. But did you know that it can also provide you with a robust online social competition? Well, if the latest look at the return of SSX is to be believed, it can. The trailer and screens below showcase players' ability to race against ghosts as the barrel... More
  • Blog Post: Moby Jones Enjoys Snowboarding, And We Have Proof

    EA revealed another character from the SSX roster, series veteran Moby Jones. This will be his sixth SSX appearance, having competed in every game except for SSX On Tour. It's true. Here's what Jones was up to when we last saw him, in 2007's SSX Blur: Moby's extreme side was born out... More
  • Blog Post: NASA Data Used To Recreate Mountains In SSX

    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... More
  • Blog Post: Climbing to the Summit

    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... More
  • Blog Post: EA Carves Up A World Of Mountains In SSX

    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... More
Page 1 of 1 (12 items)