Results for "SSX for PlayStation 3" in Video Games

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SSX 3  (Sony PlayStation 2, 2003)

SSX 3 (Sony PlayStation 2, 2003)

Players can once again shake what their momma gave them with the release of SSX 3, the high-flying snowboarding game that emphasizes speed and aerial ...
  51 reviews
"SSX 3: Uber Cool Snowboarding Game"
Reviewed by lambchops
If you're looking for a cheap, family friendly, and really very entertaining game then check out SSX 3. For $19.99 you really can't go wrong.
SSX  (Sony Playstation 3, 2012)

SSX (Sony Playstation 3, 2012)

Fan-favorite snowboarder characters conquer real-world slopes with feats of exaggerated action and extreme-sports daring, in EA Canada's high-def rebo...
  11 reviews
"SSX- PS3"
Reviewed by yaksic13
This game is very fun and exciting and I reccomend this to any video gamer because it is very unique and nobody would have a hard time enjoying it.

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Pure  (Sony Playstation 3, 2008)

Pure (Sony Playstation 3, 2008)

Pure is an off-road racing title featuring ATVs and fast-paced, arcade-style action. The object isn't merely to cross the finish line before your 15 o...

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SSX 3  (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2003)

SSX 3 (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2003)

SSX 3 comes to Game Boy Advance for more high-speed, trick-performing action on the winter slopes. Once again players can select their favorite boarde...
SSX 3  (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)

SSX 3 (Nintendo GameCube, 2003)

EA takes its snowboarding series to higher ground -- this time, to the tippy-top slopes of three fully-modeled mountains for players to explore and sh...
  22 reviews
"Peak Performance"
Reviewed by Shaunpm60
SSX3 is by far the best snowboarding game available for any system. I think that pretty much says it all.
SSX Tricky  (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2002)

SSX Tricky (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2002)

SSX Tricky glides onto the Game Boy Advance as a snowboarding game closely patterned after its big-screen brothers. A total of eight courses are avail...