Snowboard Supercross (more commonly known as SSX) is a series of skiing and snowboarding video games published by EA Sports BIG. It is an arcade-style racing game with larger-than-life courses. SSX Wiki is a collaborative encyclopedia for everything related to all the SSX games. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article, so we can all work together to create a comprehensive database for fans of SSX. To browse this wiki, click here.
The game was developed by EA Canada and released in North America on February 28, 2012, New Zealand and Australia on March 1, Europe on March 2, and Japan on March 15 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Upon release, the game received positive reviews from critics who praised for the motivation behind its development. SSX was a commercial success for Electronic Arts.
SSX received generally positive reviews from critics, with a Metacritic score of 82 and 81 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions respectively, signifying "generally favorable reviews".
Not many know Moby's culinary side. He grew up in and around the Brixton Market and often cooks up quite a spread for his mates. Though serious and fearless on the outside, Moby is also known as a supportive ally and good friend. Despite not making an appearance on SSX on Tour, there was concept art being developed for him, showing us how would he possibly would have looked like, if he had made the final cut.
Moby Jones was born in Brixton, England in 1982 to Trinidadian immigrant parents. Growing up on the rough streets of Brixton meant growing up fast but Moby managed to find a way around that rule; at age ten he had a skateboard thrust into his hands. Moby took to the sport like a duck to water. He began entering into local skate competitions and found himself winning more often than not. After a short while he was picked up by a local skate shop and given his first taste of what sponsorship could offer. After that more lucrative deals started to flow in; he was making a name for himself and it was paying off in dividends.