SSX on Tour Screenshots

User Screenshots

GameCube version

Part of the introduction sequence
Title screen
The main menu
The map; choose an event
Get ready...and go!
Performing a mid-air flip.
Watch out for skiiers!!
Some snowboarding...
Some events take place at night
Chasing opponents...Ah, we have a knockdown!
Bonus points for riding a railing
I need to tag some opponents, highlighted by the red beam of light.
Flying through the air...

PlayStation 2 version

The PS2 game uses an optional auto save feature.
If this is not enabled the player is given repeated chances to save their progress. The auto save can be enabled in-game
The game starts with an introduction in an unusual hand drawn style resembling an animated doodle, it culminates in this rock concert scene
The game's start/title screen
The main menu, not much to it is there? The characters in the background of this, and all similar screens are animated
The Extras tab on the main menu gives the player access to the game's credits, it's where cheat codes are entered, and has this Music option where different playlists can be selected
The Extras tab on the main menu gives the player access to alter the controller setup. The difference between Trick Stick & Trick Stick Pro is the effect of the L1/2 & R1/2 buttons.
Starting a Quick Play game
The first screen is the character selection screen. Only four characters are available to start with
Starting a Quick Play game
After selecting their character and choosing between board or skis the player chooses their challenge from the same map that the Tour mode uses
Starting a Quick Play game
Once the player has chosen s challenge from the map they choose an event. The events vary in difficulty
Starting a Quick Play game
As the game loads the event it draws a green spiral in the centre then waits for the player
This is a Quick Play event but the same event features in Tour Mode. All we have to do is beat our opponent, the guy with the red light coming out of his head, to the bottom
This is a Quick Play event but the same event features in Tour Mode. All we have to do is beat our opponent to the bottom and we failed
This is a Quick Play event but the same event features in Tour Mode. All we have to do is beat our opponent to the bottom and we failed, but we can do it again and again
Another event just to show the game is not all about racing
In this event the object is to find thirty collectables. Looks like there's one up ahead
In this event the object is to find thirty collectables. Looks like there's one up ahead but we have to grind the rail to get it and how will we ever get onto the right hand rail for the next?
In this event the object is to find thirty collectables. This is an OMG moment because there's a collectable on the overhead log!
The first time the player enters Tour mode they must create a profile. This means entering a name, choosing male/female, board/skis, and selecting a persona
The first time the player enters Tour mode they must create a profile. After selecting a persona they customise the build, height, complexion and make-up
Starting an SSA Tour. This is the first challenge
Starting an SSX Tour
The first challenge is to our opponent, the girl with the red light coming out of his head, to the bottom. We start in mid air and she's already ahead
Racing down the hill and we nearly hit someone
This is a good thing because Close Calls and Knockdown's score points so it pays to be nasty, as long as you win
The end of a successful first event on the SSX tour.
The SSX Tour map currently shows all the amateur challenges, which the player can complete in any order, and the shops for gear, clothes and styling
In the Gear shop the player can buy new tricks, increase their skills and pick up rewards.
Rewards are given for winning events
Lots of things in the Clothing shop including this list of special items that half a million dollars each!
In some events the screen that precedes the challenge points out key controls
When a challenge is completed successfully there's a short animated victory sequence before the score is shown
Not only has the player won an event they have been rewarded with a new board
In this event we have to grind 150m within the time limit
Here we have caught some big air, it's a chance to do some great tricks. Unfortunately this is a race and tricks don't count
In this race we're using skis and have to beat our opponent by scoring trick points
Falling down can happen a lot but the game reminds the player which button to use to regain their balance

PSP version

Title
Main Menu
Loading Screen
Starting Gates
Racing
tricks