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|Rating:||E-Everyone||Platform:||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States||Game Name:||SSX|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Publisher:||Electronic Arts|
|Video Game Series:||SSX 1||MPN:||014633142105|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||None||Features:||Manual Included, Complete Edition, CIB, Tested In Full|
SSX involves high-speed snowboarding action spanning eight snowed-over motocross tracks. Tracks range from the obstacle-ridden Tokyo Megaplex to the high cliffs of Mesablanca, each having dangerous turns, big-air ramps, and tunnels.
While the tracks are designed with an arcade-like mindset, Electronic Arts wanted to provide gamers a plausible physics engine that emulated the sport. Every track's layout will test your snowboarding skills with breakneck speeds on severe downward slopes! Although you're to finish each course before your opponents, what's wrong with a little showboating? A wealth of executable maneuvers are available including aerial tricks, 360-degree spins, and back flips!
A total of eight unique characters are included, each differing in style, attitude, and skills. Getting by on her good looks, Elisa is a shrewd snowboarder with a high-risk mentality; Hiro will never leave the house without the latest snowboarding technology; Kaori is carefree, full of energy, and friendly to whomever she meets; and Jurgen is best described as a juggernaut.
SSX features a variety of gameplay options including the World Circuit, Training, and Show Off modes. Before even considering signing up for the Professional World Championship Invitational Event, players can learn the ropes by completing the Training course. This mode covers the basics such as how to perform certain tricks and how to control the snowboarder.
The World Circuit is an event-based competition spanning five fields with 32 snowboarders vying for glory. Your objective is to score as high a rating as possible throughout the events; whoever holds the highest overall ranking at the end of the day wins! Everyone else can lower his or her head in shame and try again next year.
Show Off mode has you performing as many stunts as you can while trying to finish the race within the time limit. Located throughout the tracks are snowflakes that act as multipliers. Simply touch a snowflake while performing a stunt to earn as much as five times the trick's point value.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||2842|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|ESRB Descriptor||Comic Mischief, Mild Animated Violence, Mild Language|
|Game Name Series||Ssx Series|
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A fun & affordable game for everybody over 4 years old.
This game is really good for the money. More than 8 years after its launch I am still having fun playing it. I used to play the 'Cool Boarders' series on the PSone and when I got my PS2, I didn't play snowboard games for a while, until I bought this one (for under $5.00. I am not by any mean a snowboard champion or even a good beginner, but I love to have fun going down the mountain and that's exactly what you do with SSX. It is one of the only 'racing' games that I play with my kids (we also play MX2002 and Tony Hawk underground together) and they love it. I can hear them laugh when they play together. It's a good game in the sense that it's easy to handle, set-up and learn the basic tricks. You start with 2 tracks and about 4 characters who can choose between 2 set of gear/clothing, and 2 board designs. You are now ready to race and when you win, you unlock tracks, gear and characters, and also your skills improve, your character becomes better and better. A very simple script but it always work. The Graphics are very good for the time and handling is easy and (almost) natural, although I prefered doing tricks on Cool Boarders. One original feature is that you can 'push' away other racers when they get too close. There is also a 'free riding' mode that allows you to learn the tracks and practice. Overall a great game for the money recommended for anyone over 4 years old.
A Solid fluent SSX but not better than SSX 3
This SSX is a good jump from #3 but in the end can't land that final trick. It has all of the essential elements of the SSX franchise but lacks some things like: UBER TRICKS, MUSIC IS GOOD/MEDIOCRE,D.J.,NO PUNK OUT STUFF. This time around it makes a 4/5 because it develops more speed and trick points a bit more than in #3. The monster stud style tricks sre limitedly cool. A D.J. would be nice like in #3.I was a bit weirded out with all the punk rock things that was in the game. Those are the bad things explained. The good parts are that most of the #3 people do return in their own styles and tastes. Breaking race/slopestyle/points events records nets you with more hype and cash. Sponsors and clothing that they give you when you do break a record is a nice bonus to the game.The customizing of your characters are a good plus when your the created person. The many types of events and freestyles on the mountain net you good hype and cash. The types of preset character types(character creation) are pretty cool. This is a solid game for SSX but lacks a lot of what SSX 3 brought to the table. This game has the gameplay but the features of the game are pretty weird in that punk like sense.
SSX On Tour- play 3 instead
SSX On Tour does boast one change that players have been asking for- the ability to create your own character. I just don't think it's worth the backsliding in other areas. With one voice for a male boarder (or skier) and one voice for a female, players don't get a real customizing experience. And many items I think should be included in character building were add-ons you have to buy later. The SSX On Tour menus are fast becoming the laughingstock of the industry with their childish artwork. I didn't think this was as dumb or distracting as most did, but I got pretty tired of them. Gameplay has some flaws. Boost is still built by doing tricks, but the Ubertrick is gone. What we have now is a special "bullet time" trick that the player uses the right analog stick to access. These mostly realistic tricks slow time, giving you a great look at a really average trick and allowing your race competitors to scorch past you, making you look like an idiot. As you start playing you get only small bits of the event course to explore, slowly building up until you can free ride them. It's confusing- hard to get to know the courses this way. The sense of speed is very real and exciting, and it's hard to find shortcuts- or to find them again, since it's hard to keep recall which course is which. Maybe if the playback feature from SSX 2? was included here, it would be easier. On the course are tons of tourists sliding along randomly, that you can smack down for points. Sure, it's sort of mean fun, but have I ever strapped on a snowboard? No. So to some extent I feel for the poor doomed suckers. Also there are no medals anymore, it's win or nothing. As you gradually succeed in events, you unlock the main characters to play, but you can only use them in single competitions. For the characters I've heard, the voicework has really dropped off. Maybe you've always wanted Kaori to speak English, but now she sounds like a Hispanic gangsta babe. The music is heavily loaded with metal, as the head-banger art might suggest. I got tired of the music. Reallly tired. My impression was that this is a larger game, with tons of courses and options, but that it's not as much fun. While the charcters backtalk, they are always rude- yeah even Kaori is gonna kick your butt. Everyone is out to get you, from the snow patrol to the stupid tourists. It's a dog-eat-dog game that has no one for a player to connect with. I liked Rozell from the first games, and the DJ from SSX3. Having a familiar voice there giving out the news allowed an emotional connection that On Tour is not interested in. Okay. Back to gameplay. When you reach Pro level the difficulty shoots up. Both players in my house were playing top-level SSX3 challenges to warm up for this game and we both quit at Pro level and traded the game in. We'd rather keep playing SSX3.
Good game but difficult......
I bought this game twice. First time when I played the game it was frustrating to get through. So I gave it to the local Gamestop. Then about two years later, I bought it again. I thought with a lot more patience, playing through, it would be a lot of fun. My instincts were correct the first time. The game has great graphics, good music selection, great sound effects, great controls, but a very irritating difficulty level! The computer tends to cheat a lot and barely crashes or makes mistakes. When you crash, it takes a while to get back on your feet and continue when your opponents go by you and your yelling at the character your controlling to get going. The game allows to play as male or female, snow board or ski's, different outfits, and two players. SSX On Tour makes an effort to show a sense of speed when your traveling downhill. You will enjoy this game on quick play option or with two players, but if you play single player campaign prepare to have a lot of patience!
Solid Snowboarding Game
I used to have SSX Tricky & loved it, so I wanted to get a newer version of it. this game is very similar as far as gameplay and in-game graphics but w/ some nice upgrades and new options. the sub screen for level select is interesting, offering a supermario 3 type layout w/ shops to go to to buy boards, tricks and gear(buying tricks seems cheesy compared to earning them in tutorial challenges, though). the child-like animation in certain screens and used in "loading" screensavers seem like a lame attempt @ ripping off guitar hero but overall it's a cool game and I plan on playing it often.