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The Wii's SSX Blur in action


2:25 PM on 12.02.2006



 

 

Yesterday, Spike TV aired a Game Head episode featuring Mr. Reggie Fils-Aime. In the episode, he and Geoff Keighley continued their battle that started back in February this year with a go kart race. This time they were bowling and Wii bowling, but the world premiere for the trailer of SSX Blur was the highlight. It is the latest installment of EA's popular snowboard franchise and actually looks pretty great to me. Especially in comparison to the most other and less impressive looking games for the Wii. I'm just curious how the controls will turn out.

 






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