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Originally posted by iCamp@Sep 22 2003, 09:37 PM

The game was made with the PS2's 4 shoulder buttons in mind. It just doesn't feel right on the cube or Xbox.

I agree with you on that one. We bought the first SSX on PS2, then bought SSX tricky on the Gamecube. It was much harder to pull off the moves on the GameCube version. That Z button is impossible for me to get to comfortably.

 

I'll have to weigh the control scheme carefully when deciding between the PS2 version and the xbox version. I will definitely want to try the combos on each system first. If the xbox wants you to hit a black/white button in conjuction with the triggers, forget it.

 

Carlos.

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Originally posted by Carlucci@Sep 22 2003, 10:27 PM

If the xbox wants you to hit a black/white button in conjuction with the triggers, forget it.

Since this won't be a Live game, the Pelican Eclipse wireless controller would be a perfect solution if this button combo is indeed the case. This controller has two shoulder buttons that act as the White & Black buttons.

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I'm hesitant to buy ANY EA games on the XBox anymore. EA seems to favor the PS2 first and treats the XBox as a redheaded stepchild. SSX Tricky looked worse on the XBox and had more framerate hiccups, which tells me it was an afterthought.

 

That being said, I'm buying SSX 3 on the PS2. I can't play any SSX game without all four shoulder buttons available anyway.

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