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  • Summary: SSX On Tour is a completely fresh take on the SSX franchise. Building on the core speed and trick gameplay that has been so successful in the past, players can now choose their way to become black diamond fiends. SSX On Tour allows players to create their own boarder or skier and take them from a wannabe to a mountain rockstar. Players can get noticed in all-new shred challenges where they earn an invitation to The Tour where they'll face the best racers in the SSX cast. Fly down the all-new tracks, and master the new monster tricks for both boarding and skiing to make it to the top of The Charts. [Electronic Arts] Expand
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  1. Positive: 20 out of 23
  2. Negative: 0 out of 23
  1. The PSP version of the game very accurately keeps up with the console versions of the game. While some sacrifices were made to make the game work on PSP, overall the developers did an admirable job.
  2. Despite the lack of multiplayer options, there are plenty of things to do in the single-player tour mode, and its steady progression in difficulty is wholly satisfying.
  3. Tricks are easy to do, and the runs are really well designed. Especially in the challenge mode, which is exactly what it should be doing; presenting a challenge. Rails and jumps everywhere!
  4. 80
    It's not as phenomenal as "SSX 3" on consoles, but for a handheld, it certainly beats the crap out of "SSX 3" on Game Boy Advance.
  5. Ultimately, this is just as stylish as the PS2 version, sporting the same cool sketchbook-style animation, weird selection of menus and hip soundtrack. You won't be missing much at all if you choose to participate in this portable tour instead of its bigger brother. [PSW]
  6. 80
    A superb snowboarding game, but if you've already given it a thorough going-over on the PS2 it probably isn't worth sparing it a second thought. [Apr 2006, p.116]
  7. The game is technically sound, but inferior track design keeps this one from the greatness of its predecessors.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10