Excerpt: The first thing you’ll notice is that Alive looks fantastic. The bikes and ATVs are true to form, and the riders on top of them move realistically and smoothly, including head-bobbing and clothes moving in the wind. Lighting effects create sunspots and believable shadow effects across the courses.
Excerpt: It seems like THQ have been involved with the MX vs. ATV franchise for a while now, they have made some huge leaps with this sub-genre over the years. Having been a long time fan of the series, and having missed out on the chance to play MX vs.
Excerpt: Every couple years we've seen another addition to the MX vs ATV franchise, with Alive marking the fourth installment, and it really seems like Rainbow Studios hit their stride with Reflex back in 2009.
Excerpt: Mud flies and handle bars collide in MX vs. ATV Alive, THQ's latest lap around the motocross circuit. Building on 2009's MX vs. ATV Reflex, Alive brings back and refines the series' dual-stick racing, allowing players to control their vehicle and rider independently with the right and left analog...
Excerpt: At $40, MX vs. ATV Alive is an amazing value for racing buffs -- as long as they have access to the game's copious DLC.
Pros: The racing has been refined to near-perfection; the differences between vehicles and track types offers up a lot of racing variety; there's a good amount of content for $40 if you can utilize the DLC code that comes with the game.
Conclusion: A popular série MX Vs ATV volta com tudo aos consoles da atual geração levando muita velocidade em meio a poeira e neve nas pistas mais onduladas do mundo. Confira o review no novo título da franquia:
Pros: Jogabilidade precisa., Modo online eficiente.
Cons: Falta de modos de jogo., Gráficos medianos., Bugs durante as provas.