For the second in our occasional series about alternate input devices for videogames, we present you with an exclusive look at the control schemes for SSX Blur, the latest entry in Electronic Arts' acclaimed snowboarding franchise. "SSX is a lighthearted, colorful, over the top game," producer Alex Hyde told Level Up in an email. "The motion-sensing features of the Wii controllers seemed a natural fit to the sports of skiing and snowboarding, and at the same time allowed us to add a level of depth to the game that isn't possible on a traditional gamepad using a complex combinations of buttons. Also, the fact that the control scheme is more physical causes the player to be much more engaging and immersive experience, which is a real plus." We plan to get our hands on it within the next few weeks; for now, enjoy our exclusive screens, pictured below.
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