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SSX 3 box art cover
By avatar Takahashi2212 40 on June 27th, 2016
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SSX 3 is an extreme sports racing game released in 2003 for the PS2, Gamecube, and Xbox. There is also a version for the GBA, and of all things, the Gizmondo.

I guess the best way to describe this game would be take a good Tony Hawk game, but them on snowboards, and make it a racing game. The difference bewteen this game and other SSX games was that it had one large mountain that you're free to explore. You could immediately go to the challenges, or just free ride down the mountain, from the peak to the base.

This game is one of my favorite extreme sports/racing games ever. It's so fast-paced, that tracks are well designed, and the game tricks are so satisfying and well animated it just makes the game so much fun to play. (plus the licensed OST isn't too bad). It's pretty cheap nowadays (shouldn't run you more than 5-10 dollars), and I highly recommend it.

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Higashi89 48 [ 5 years ago ]

These comic strips are awesome dude! Only bugs me the small game logo on the bottom. It could be better on the center of this whole comic strip somehow

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TheTombRaider 46 [ 5 years ago ]

Looks pretty good! The text on the back could've been handled better in my opinion, maybe a different font. The smaller text is harder to read with it being so thin as well as having the black stroke.

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Sarashi 45 [ 5 years ago ]

Body text is in a poor font, for some reason features are significantly smaller than flavour text just for the sake of keeping it on one line and I think the tagline would be better if it was a lot bigger. Design is very nice though so you should really not let your text let it down!

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Sarashi 45 [ 5 years ago ]

Yes, the update is much better. However, the screenshots are really close to the left edge and there's a big gap with the screenshots not reaching the right edge of the back for some reason, which again limits how many words you can put on each line of your main paragraph (which should be justified if you're going to be limiting it to be in line with the screenshots). Space usage is crucial for a nice looking box!
I would also fiddle around until the features text is about the same size (maybe a bit bigger or a bit smaller if the same size doesn't look right) than the body text.
I hope you don't take my comments the wrong way- I legitimately want to help you improve your boxes, but unfortunately my instructions are limiting your creative control over the box.

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