GT reviews SSX Blur for the Nintendo Wii, which is available now. Product page. Video review after the jump.

On the ground, tilting the nunchuk controls the character’s movement. The analog stick can be used in combination with this to make even tighter turns. The B button is used in conjunction with the Wiimote to hurl snowballs at your competition, thereby slowing them down. The Z button activates a boost, and jumps can be executed with a simple upwards flick of the nunchuk

[via IGN]

GT reviews SSX Blur for the Nintendo Wii, which is available now. Product page. Video review after the jump.

On the ground, tilting the nunchuk controls the character’s movement. The analog stick can be used in combination with this to make even tighter turns. The B button is used in conjunction with the Wiimote to hurl snowballs at your competition, thereby slowing them down. The Z button activates a boost, and jumps can be executed with a simple upwards flick of the nunchuk

[via IGN]