MX vs ATV Alive may not be the most highly-anticipated title coming out in May, but since we got a copy of the game with THQ, we gave it a try. Not everything is perfect, far from it, and there are clearly flaws in the way it is designed (no careeer mode, no single player championship, few tracks - especially when you start the game and have to wait a few hours to unlock new ones). However, the gameplay turns out to be pretty interesting and the graphics are more than ok for a $40 title. Add to that the local and online multiplayer features, and you have a pretty decent title in the end. It is even probably the best choice in the genre, mainly because it is a lot more realistic than the likes of Pure and Nail'd. We have prepared a big bunch of videos so you can see what to expect, so enjoy!
@asdfg: I started off with a pretty messed up schedule this week :P (8 minutes ago)
I took a break from it a month or a little more ago. Really need to get back to it but Dishonored is eating up all my game time, plus i am in a big movie mood lately. (55 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: did you forget to go to bed? (1 Hour ago)
Zelda is kinda a time machine, huh? (3 Hours ago)
I will wait for someone like digital foundry to confirm the issues are fixed and then i will consider buying it (3 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: You would think the whole point of releasing the demo so close to launch was to get final product quality, so for the demo to have these big issues is frustrating. (3 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: Keep in mind that the PS4 demon has very very bad input and will be fixed in final version. So that should make the handling better. (4 Hours ago)