EA has released a new trailer for SSX, showing off some of the most insane action we've seen yet, and some camera angles that get us more excited than camera angles in videogames often do. Seriously. They also finally date the game for 2012, promising that it will land the jump on February 14 – right in time to give the one you love a copy for Valentines day....
At a press event last night, EA showed a fun new trailer for SSX filled
with all of the explosive, high-flying trick-based action we expect from
the series. Before it began, SSX's creative director Todd
Batty said teased that it featured a familiar song that might make fans
series happy. He was right. The trailer was set to a remix of Run DMC's
Tricky," a track that served as sort of the theme song for the SSX
Tricky soundtrack. After the trailer was over we tracked down Batty to
confirm that the remix would be featured on the new games' soundtrack
(it is), and were told about some interesting new technology that EA is
working on. It's called "Harmony," and it can remix songs on the fly. Best of all, it works with custom soundtracks, too...
We got some new screens for
EA's upcoming SSX reboot (courtesy of NeoGAF), in which the designers appear to have been
so busy making the characters and background look extra-nice that
they're apparently forgotten to add any ground beneath your feet.
Or, more likely it's just a loooong way down - and assuming this game build incorporates EA's new Harmony music system,
getting altitude like this will make your music sound pretty freakin'
EA's SSX reboot has been pushed back to February of 2012, which isn't really such a big deal when you consider how long the game's been in the works. Still, have some new gameplay footage to tide you over...
EA have just released a brand new trailer for SSX, which further emphasises that the fun and style of SSX Tricky is definitely making a return. Click inside to see beauty in action.
Another SSX trailer explodes with high impact and makes us think, "Hey. SSX. Now there's a game we're really looking forward to playing." But said in a really excited voice, obviously.
EA Sports unleashed its latest SSX Uber
Monday trailer, this time showcasing character Zoe Payne's “Pommel
Me” signature uber move. Yeah, we know it's Tuesday, but just play
This new SSX trailer joins Creative Director Todd Batty for the first look at the game's online features, which Batty says have been strongly influenced by social media and online communications...
Two upcoming EA titles, SSX and Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, both feature Online Passes. However, the people bringing you those games would like you to hold off your outrage for a second while they explain how and why the measure's been taken...
The latest SSX clip takes you to Antarctica - which, if our geographical skills serve, plays home to penguins, polar bears and Santa. And that is why we're writing about videogames instead of teaching geography...