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SSX

A Snowboarding game for PlayStation 2 by Electronic Arts, EA Canada, and EA Sports BIG in the SSX series

SSX box art

SSX (Snowboard Supercross) is snowboarding with a twist, literally: the object is to perform tricks, flips, and grinds, usually while flying at mach-speeds or while suspended in mid air as you plummet off the powdery slope of a thousand-foot cliff. Needless to say, SSX requires mad skillz.

A product of out-of-the-box sports developer EA Canada, SSX was the surprise hit of a dismal PlayStation 2 launch lineup, a situation which only added extra sheen to its already ample luster. It has since spawned several sequels as well as an extension of the trick-stunt take into other sports genres (see NBA Street and FIFA Street).

Box Art

Title
Extreme Racing SSX
Platform
PlayStation 2
Release date
26 Oct 2000
Extreme Racing SSX box art for PlayStation 2
Title
SSX
Platform
PlayStation 2
Release date
30 Oct 2000
SSX box art for PlayStation 2
Title
SSX
Platform
PlayStation 2
Release date
24 Nov 2000
SSX box art for PlayStation 2

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It's a little bit early to talk about it, but I feel... SSX is a franchise that people love because it was successful and good, and it reminds me of when we were young, and I feel if the market is there and is ready for a new one then we'll consider it.

Created 10 years, 8 months ago by Matt | Edited 9 years, 8 months ago | 2913 views
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