3.5 stars 3.5/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 2 releases and 0 DLC
The one thing that you really need to know about SSX Blur is that the motion controls work well enough for you to play around and have fun, but not well enough for you to really get technical the way you can in other SSX games. Armed with that knowledge, you must now ask yourself what you want out of this game.SSX Blur features some of the best third-party graphics ever seen on the Wii. It also has a positively bangin' soundtrack by Junkie XL. From an aesthetic standpoint everything about this g...
The SSX series finally arrives on the WIi. Iv always loved the series, but I was a little concerned while picking this game up because of the controls. Fortunately they turned out perfectly fine.DesignSSX Blur follows basically the same structure of SSX 3. There are 3 peaks. In the beginning only the first peak is unlocked. You can ride around to enter events or tournaments. Or you can freeride down the slopes doing various challenges that are scattered around mountain. To unlock the other 2 pea...
The Good: Great Graphics and original soundtrack - Tons of events to choose from - When you master them, the controls work great - Plenty of weird yet lovable characters - Nice sense of speedThe Bad: No online play - Controls are very difficult to master - Hard difficulty ________________SSX blur has to be one of the hardest games on the Wii, not only because of the game itself but also for the very difficult controller. I've never played any of the ssx games before, so i was skeptical about pic...
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