SSX Tricky Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: SSX Tricky launches you into a world of monster air, intense tracks, and death-defying tricks. Six all-new competitors plus six riders from the original SSX make up the circuit. Compete in the World Circuit, go head-to-head in the Showoff versions of nine courses on the World Circuit, or just practice in Free Ride. With all-new Garibaldi and Valdez courses, you'll have plenty of huge cliff drops to catch big air and pull off Uber tricks. Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 9
  2. Negative: 2 out of 9
  1. It may not look as nice as the PS2 version, but for all intents and purposes it feels identical.
  2. It’s slow running, sluggish to control and there’s some horrific pop-up.
  3. The graphical detail of SSX Tricky’s characters is actually impressive. The levels are well rendered too.
  4. 70
    Visually, SSX’s twisty 3D environments look excellent but are maddeningly monotonous.
  5. 65
    Its control flaws and its limiting 3D engine hurt the overall enjoyment of the design conversion.
  6. The action is not quite as fast and frenzied, and the courses are not as wide open as they are in the original game. [Jan 2003, p.178]
  7. A stuttering frame rate in a high-speed racing title absolutely kills any fun players will have with the game, and it's a shame considering how close the graphic engine tries to replicate the SSX experience.

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