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Fly Like A Squirrel In SSX

Posted on Friday, February 24 @ 15:37:36 Eastern by

I almost feel like I'm in the minority. I'm incredibly excited to be hitting the slopes with the likes of Mac, Elise, and Eddie again. SSX is just a few short days away, and this race gameplay has me eager to get in the game.

Have you played the demo? While a ton of content has been locked behind the veil, I feel like EA has done an amazing job offering eager gamers a vertical slice of their upcoming games. Let's examing the situation on your PS3 or Xbox 360 right now:

Side by side you've got a hunk of Mass Effect 3 (releasing March 6th) and SSX (releasing February 28th). The genius part of it all is that the most addictive parts of these two games (the multiplayer, cooperative for Mass Effect 3 and asynchronous for SSX) are on full display.

In short, I'm excited. You can catch me on the slopes Mt. Fuji on the PS3 version of SSX (PSN ID: danielrbischoff) or defending Noveria in Mass Effect 3 (Xbox Live Gamertag: danielrbischoff). Send a friend request and let's play together!
Related Games:   SSX (2012)
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