Take on an unlimited array of platform-racing challenges in the unreal world of Trials Fusion. Using your skills to traverse across obstacle-laden, ramp-ridden courses, you must strive to set track records against the best Trials players around the globe. Whether you’re racing alone, with friends, or in a global tournament, competition is always around you. And racing on official courses is just the beginning. A rich world of custom courses — built by some of the most creative and skilled content creators in gaming — awaits those who are continually searching for a new, insane track to conquer. And with long-term support of fresh features and content, the Trials experience will continue to expand and challenge players in new and exhilarating ways.
Ever been addicted to something that’s so infuriating that you’ve wanted to tear your own eyeballs out? Well that’s Trials Fusion in a nut shell.
Taking gamers on a dive in and dive out arcade style adventure, Trials is the sort of game you can hop in and out of at any given moment, it’s short, its sweet and it’s replay factor is through the roof. With an introduction that will have you flying high on dirt bikes and more, Trials Fusion settles you in on an easy route to success before throwing in that odd jump that makes you think twice before hitting that throttle one more time.
The danger lies in getting too confident, too soon, one thing Trials Fusion makes clear early on is that wheel placement is key to getting the fastest speed, later on it becomes about balance and wheel placement and then come the tricks. You’ll feel like Superman one moment and then next you’ll be taken down by one jump that requires you to take a very different approach to the way you’re heading into battle and be aware Trials Fusion is a war, a war that will see you attempt tracks time and again, not just to beat your score but beat your friends scores as well.
The environments early on are really something to behold, the whole set up actually reminds me of my 8 bit days but of course the graphics are super realistic instead of pixelated fun, I half want UBISOFT to bring forth a new iteration of California Games using the Trials Fusion set up, it could work and be bloody successful.
That’s beside the point, the game offers up a whole host of insanely intricate and differing looks at the world you’re hurtling through; from the tops of sky scrapers to the wilds of canyons and deserts, you’ll never get bored of the display sprawling out in front of you.
It’s fresh, it’s stunning and it’s insane.
If you do not throw the controller down in frustration then Trials Fusion has not done its job. You may think it’s weird to find joy in getting so clinically pissed off with a game that it becomes enjoyable but this is a game that allows you to better yourself, allows you to try things over and over again in order to better times and scores.
If you’re looking for an instantly entertaining game but don’t have the time to invest into a huge story driven single player than Trials Fusion is for you.
Although if you want to settle in for the long haul why not build your own tracks for gamers around the web to enjoy? With an extensive amount of props, scenery and jumps to throw at unsuspecting gamers, this can be a truly rewarding experience, especially if you do it well… be as sadistic as you please but remember if it’s driving you insane on your first attempt, it will drive the Call of Duty hoards to self-harm…
Live it, love it… screw with the minds of the masses, it’s Trials Fusion!