My love affair with SSX goes back to the first release in the franchise. If I were to calculate the amount of hours spent playing SSX over the years it would be damn embarrassing. It’s pretty much the ultimate snowboarding game. Ever. I imagine this new chapter dubbed Deadly Descents, launching February 28 in North America, will be all consuming as well. As with previous SSX titles the soundtrack is one of the highlights. The new one runs the gamut from established and upcoming artists covering indie rock, dubstep, hip-hop, drum + bass and beyond—plus a few original tracks made specifically for the game. If the full 46-song soundtrack feels incomplete (Camo & Krooked, Digitalism, DJ Shadow, Felguk, Flux Pavilion, J Boogie, Nero, Noisia, Pretty Lights, Skrillex, The Herbaliser, Theophilus London, Foster the People, The Hives and The Qemists to name a few artists), you’ll also be able to upload your own music and create a custom playlist. Even better, SSX comes with a dynamic music remix tool that will automatically remix licensed tracks and custom music based on your in-game actions and performance. Good looking out, EA.
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