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SSX On Tour (PSP)

SSX On Tour (PSP)
alaScore 83

41 reviews

Jan, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 41 reviews of SSX On Tour (PSP). The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the SSX On Tour (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 user reviews of SSX On Tour (PSP) from The average user rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) on

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SSX On Tour


EA Sports BIG lets gamers take fresh powder on the road.

Nice visuals; great control translation; lag-free ad hoc multiplayer; feels like a "mini-SSX

Not much in the way of character customization; ho-hum soundtrack; no infrastructure

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SSX On Tour


EA goes BIG again with the SSX series.

SSX on Tour provides a ton of new game play modes that will keep you shredding for quite some time. The new Tour Mode provides you with an alter ego, creating an icon and climbing the ranks of the circuit to become the ultimate black-diamond rockstar....


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SSX On Tour


The SSX series is one-of-a-kind, one part racing and one part extreme sports, all mixed with plenty of snow. One of the biggest series for the Playstation 2, it was only a matter of time before SSX boarded its way onto the PSP. Well, fanboys and...

If you've played the PS2 version, then you've seen it all.

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SSX On Tour Sony PSP Review


The game's controls are adapted from the console version as well, which is curious given that you don't have a second analog stick for the PSP. But what's here will still suffice, and pulling off monster tricks is as simple as hitting a shoulder button...

Classic SSX snowboarding goodness. Now with skis

Some very slight frame rate problems

Let's face it, up to this point I've really loathed any handheld port in EA's ongoing extreme snowboarding SSX series. The Game Boy Advance game that was released a couple of years back was absolutely pathetic in terms of responsive controls, and the...

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SSX: On Tour review


I was never the biggest SSX fan. Ever since its release on the PlayStation 2 in 2000, I've usually preferred the Xbox snowboarding title Amped over the SSX series. With this year's edition, On Tour, I was completely taken aback and I was even more...

Simply put, this is one of the better games EA Sports BIG has ported to the PSP. I think they've done an all-around solid job with all of their three or four games on the PSP, but on its own, SSX On Tour is just a great game. It's fun, it's fast, and...

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SSX on Tour Review (PSP)


Electronic Arts is committed to the PSP platform, and they've been busy bringing as many of their tried-and-true franchises to Sony's portable system as possible

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SSX On Tour


Gamers return to the slopes in this third edition of EA's exaggerated-action snowboarding series, SSX -- the first on PSP. As the series goes

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SSX On Tour (PSP) review


This time, two-plankers are welcome.

It may be a small version of a PS2 game, but SSX On Tour is a fine entry in the PSP canon. We're not quite down with the lingo but then we can't remember the last time we saw snow, so that's hardly surprising now is it?

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SSX On Tour


The Strokes meets the slopes in this tricksy downhill racer

Still, looks only get a game so far: just like a band, the question is, how does it play? And the answer here is finger-tappingly thrillingly

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Tales of Eternia hasn't gotten it's fair share of fame, despite being one of the few games in the Tales series to be released to the North American markets. Not only did this version recieve a name change for release (it was re-dubbed as Tales of...

Fun Battle System, Somewhat Cool Story, Nice Graphics

No Multiplayer Support In This Version