This game is awesome. So cool and well made. One can easily see that the creators had fun making this. I love the cartoon-ish design and the music. The graphics are great (still) and the game play really fun. This is how a good game should be and is one of the best for PS2.
Even when the game begins to repeat itself, it never ceases to be fun. The initial wonderment may wear off slightly, but the engine is so solid and the gameplay mechanic is so enjoyable that SSX On Tour never drops below stellar status. [Dec 2005, p.102]
The grinding is good, the tricks are easy enough for a shlub to pull off, and Electronic Arts does a fine job of fleshing everything out with a series of animated pencil line drawings that jackhammer home the game's exceedingly cool style. [Nov p.93]
After SSX 3 it will hard to do a better game: infact this new chapter is the begin of the falling of SSX games. The add of skiing is completely irrilevants and characters have became horrible to see.
Well the 2005 was not a big years for everyone...
See this is the thing, Custom characters do not always make up for the project.
Music is way to inferior to Tricky's and 3.
Umber tricks are so simple to pull out that they took away the fun of it.
Iconic Characters like Elise, Mac, Eddie , Psymon Kaori Viggo Mobby are just there. they don't interact as much as they used to they don't flash out, they re just there#
Multiplayer is no fun, stage design is good but once again feels inferior to the titles before it.
There little to non racing and its just a game that although it came way after its predecessor it failed miserably.
SummarySSX 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 c...