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SSX was amongst the biggest video game titles around the launch of the Sony Playstation 2, although not made exclusively for Sony's Console, the early Playstation 2 did come with a demo version of the original SSX game in the box.

After SSX we got newer sequels of the game such as SSX Tricky and SSX 3, then it seemed to have taken a bit of a break and we only got reintroduced to another SSX game in 2005 with SSX On Tour, then again in 2007 with SSX Blur then one last game in 2012 simply titled SSX.

But it's been nearly a decade since we saw an SSX, will there be another one? Here is what the creator, Steven Rechtschaffner, had to say:

"A lot of things that excite us are creative extensions of experiences that we would've liked to create at that time, but couldn't," he explained. But what we are working on is not rooted in the world of SSX. We're not nostalgic in the sense that we want to bring something back. If we were, we'd be working with EA to create a reboot of SSX. It's not that at all. We don't want to be beholden to people's expectations of where that goes. But we do want to make this arcadey, amazing-feeling, very accessible, competitive and fun game."

So it will most likely not be an SSX, but if there were to be another snowboarding game, our best bet would be having the creator of SSX handle the project.

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Electric Playground Network - EPN on SSX Creator Steven Rechtschaffner on What's Next! - Electric Playground

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