Parents' Guide to

SSX Blur

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Use your body to board and ski -- say Wiiii!

Game Nintendo Wii 2007
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While the colorful graphics aren't revolutionary, controlling the boarders or skiers feels intuitive and rewarding, plus the rocking soundtrack brings a lot to the party. In fact, the music is dynamic -- the tunes intensify the better you perform. Wii Blur features a dozen tracks spread out over three unique peaks. If you don't want to partake in the various tournaments and other challenges, simply carve yourself a path from top to bottom to practice your moves.

SSX characters from past games are back again -- including Mac, Psymon, and Kaori -- along with two new faces. Add unlockable content and multiple game modes, including a deep career mode and a multiplayer option (on the same TV), and you've got yourself another downhill classic.

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