Just In
Community
Forum
V
More
for My Real Job Pays For My Snowboarding Habit

6/4/2012 c2 1SSXfanatic
It looks like you're getting right into what's gonna happen next in the conflict against Griff. I hope you'll continue on!

Just one thing to say: If you're trying to refer the characters to the mountains they were stationed to in the game, Alex had Siberia, not the Alps. Either way, it was interesting to see behind her reasoning, and your characters, including Alex, sound like they will all have important central roles later on in the story.
4/23/2012 c1 2aRSeNRiGGS MHiNe
Oh, I really love the story! Look at that, Elise became so matured that she's able to get along with her old enemies! That's so cute of her!

Wait... WHAT? She has a family now? Well then, I think her husband there was JP. (I'm only kidding. Don't take this JxE fantard's joke so seriously. XDDD!)

And Alex! Sheez! I really thought she's going to hate Elise! But then, just as what I expected, they shall be good friends!

You made me expect to much and it's all worth it. Rock on, dude, ROCK ON LIKE A BOSS! :D!
4/15/2012 c1 Sweet Christian
This is a good start to a great story. I enjoy playing the ssx games and when a back story is added I enjoy it even more.
4/13/2012 c1 1SSXfanatic
Awesome, a new story! It's not often readers for SSX get these. Unfortunately, reviews for stories here are not very common, especially since SSX just came back after such a long time. But I'm sure that it'll change.

Your story is very easy to understand. Clearly you're following the SSX 2012 cast, along with the Campaign story of taking out Griff Simmons. I know there's at least one more story similar to this, but none have gone into extreme detail with snowboarding and conflicts, so it'll be interesting to see where you take this.

My favorite part of the story is definitely the quote that Elise stated about the "habit," because it's so true in the realm of SSX! And it strengthens the plot of getting back into snowboarding.

If I HAD to complain? Probably that "Zoey" is actually spelled "Zoe" in the game, with no 'e' sound at the end. It's so minor among your very spot-on writing, your quoting and syntax is very readable and you always know who's the speaker.

Good Luck with writing on, I look forward to the next chapter!

Desktop Mode . Twitter . Help . Sign Up . Cookies . Privacy . Terms of Service