The bottom line is that SSX is special. And the reason for that is the incredible replayability and the pure game design it offers. It's constantly rewarding you with new tricks, new unlocked features, and new and different play modes designed to keep you playing. Playing to knock out a hated AI rival who's become your foe, to master that extremely difficult new trick, to play with a newly unlocked character, or, maybe only to better your own score. The game never becomes boring and you'll be playing a long, long, time before you exhaust all the possibilities, and then you can find someone else to play. Best of all the game can be enjoyed as a pure racer, you don't have to perform tricks, so it's still fun for the, um, less coordinated among us. This makes SSX Tricky a perfect addition to the Xbox library, something any game would want to own. Hey, "To rock around, it's right on time… (Here we go!)"