Two More SSX Comic Book Trailers

By Rebecca Smith, 7 years ago
EA has slowly been revealing the roster for their upcoming snowboard jaunt through the mountains, SSX. Franchise veteran Elise Riggs had already been confirmed as returning to the slopes. Having left The Tour, Elise has appeared in films and conventions, but has refused to leave snowboarding behind. At the end of May, she received a comic book trailer that told fans exactly what the character had been doing since the last game. That comic book can also be read here for those of you who can't watch the trailer.

A few days later, during E3, Mac Fraser was also confirmed as returning to the franchise, and he received his own cinematic trailer. Mac holds all records on the pro circuit, but now finds very little left to challenge him. He has now left the Pro Tour to co-found SSX. His comic has since been posted on the SSX Facebook page, and can be viewed here.

Another familiar face, Kaori Nishidake, was freshly unveiled in a couple of screenshots and made a cameo appearance in a cinematic trailer released towards the end of E3. She has now received her own comic book trailer, showing how snowboarding, skateboarding and DJ stints allow her to be herself. The comic can be read here if you can't view the trailer.

Today, Moby Jones also received a comic book trailer. Players get to see why the character constantly pushes his self to the limit, and why he takes so many risks. If you can't view the trailer, you can read the comic here.

Finally, Psymon Stark will also be returning to the franchise. A motorcycle race against an unknown competitor leads Psymon to join the Deadly Descents Tour. Although Psymon is yet to receive his comic book trailer, his comic can be read here.

The Facebook page still has five empty slots, with more characters to be revealed at a later date.

SSX is due to be released in January 2012.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.