If you were worried that the new SSX isn't totally wacko enough, as far as snowboarding video games go, maybe watch the 2012's game's latest trailer. It ticks all the correct crazy extreme sports action boxes, including a very nice flip under a helicopter.
I was as worried as any SSX fan when Electronic Arts unveiled the darker, grittier SSX: Deadly Descents late last year. I like my outlandish snowboarding video games to be, well, outlandish, silly, colorful.
While Elise, Moby, and Eddie do a fine job of representing the player on screen in EA's snowboarding franchise, the real stars of the show are the courses themselves. Art director Dave Taylor walks us through the process of creating these monumental playgrounds for the new SSX.
The hottest thing about the new look for SSX snowboarding queen Elise Riggs' redesign is the fact that she actually looks like she's going snowboarding.
The EA.com official page for SSX: Deadly Descents went live sometime last night, shedding a little more light on the return of the snowboarding series and dropping another three screenshots.
What happened at today's Spike TV Video Game Awards? New game announcements, first look trailers (some with actual gameplay), release dates, and Neil Patrick Harris. Catch up on the most important news and videos right here if you missed anything.
EA's extreme snowboarding series SSX is back. The next entry is SSX: Deadly Descents and it looks wildly different from any other SSX.
The logo for SSX Deadly Descents just popped up during the Spike TV VGAs broadcast, confirming the reveal of EA's next entry in the wild snowboarding series. We'll have to wait a bit longer for the official reveal, but here's what we've heard so far.