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Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Sports
Developer: EA Canada


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SSX demo hits the console slopes next week

February 17, 2012 - 0 comments
Though it looks like it's definitely on the right track, I'd understand if you're a bit hesitant to go all in on EA's upcoming SSX. After all, the last console entry in the series was SSX Blur, a Wii-exclusive that had mixed reviews back in 2007. full article

SSX Online Pass doesn't lock out multiplayer modes

January 31, 2012 - 0 comments
We've seen EA's Online Pass system lock out online multiplayer modes, and we've seen it used as a way to deliver day-one single player DLC, but SSX seems to be doing things differently. full article

SSX delayed on account of snow

December 22, 2011 - 0 comments
The next entry in EA Sports' SSX franchise, simply titled SSX, will be tricking onto store shelves a couple weeks later than planned. Originally scheduled for a Valentine's Day release, the game will be released on February 28th in North America and March 2nd in Europe. full article

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