SSX Blur

SSX Blur

2007

System
Wii
Publisher
Electronic Arts
Developer
EA Montreal

6.3

Game Rating

User Ratings: 4

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Also Known As
SSX 5 (Working Title)
Number of Players
4
Genre
Sports
Release Date

Wii

  • 27th Feb 2007 (USA)
  • 16th Mar 2007 (UK/EU)
  • 13th Sep 2007 (JPN)
Series
Ssx
Tags
Extreme Sports
Feature Support
Dolby Pro-Logic II

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Reviews

  • 4

    Wii

    Review SSX Blur

    Snowboarding; Literally one of the coolest sports on the planet. Can EA transfer the experience onto the Wii?

    Electronic Arts' SSX series has been around for a while. Starting on the Playstation 2 with plain old "SSX" it has spanned console platforms with varying success. Four sequels and 6 years later, EA release SSX Blur for the Wii. This time you will be snowboarding or skiing using the Wii..

About The Game

The huge air, blurring speed and insane tricks that SSX is known for return and the fun-factor is amplified by the unique capability of the Nintendo Wii controller. The game is in development by EA Montreal under the EA SPORTS BIG™ brand, and will be in store across North America and Europe in March 2007.

“We wanted to take the soul of the franchise—the air, the speed, the tricks, the fun—and Wii-ify it,” said Alex Hyder, producer on the product. “You’re going to see that reflected in the On-the-Ground & In-the-Air controls, the characters, the user interface, and every other aspect of this game.”

SSX Blur is everything you expect from the franchise, delivered in a totally unexpected way. Revolutionary controls take full advantage of the Wii’s potential by putting you in total command of your skier or rider, on-the-ground & in-the-air, by translating every motion you make into the skills that create mountain legends.