Summary: This game really isn't that great, it's made out to be amazing and it's really not. The only good thing about it is the james stewart compound. its an awesome place to ride but there are no supercross tracks, its all nationals. you have to pay for the bikes and extra stuff.
Summary: This is my first review of anything on amazon. Mainly b/c THQ is such a drag. They never got Reflex quite right (so that online game play worked). You would think the time it took to develop this game they would have learned something. Instead, the physics are all messed up, rubber tires stop 220#, 50hp, state-of-the-art motocross bikes (apparently the developers have never ridden a bike before), and you end up "goon riding" all over the place.
Summary: FAILURE As an addicted REFLEX gamer I was highly anticipating the hyped up sequel ALIVE. I was disappointed to say the least. Here's the short and sweet. Most reviews I've read so far on this game glamour and rage about the graphics being far superior over Reflex. FALSE, I own a brand new $25,000 dollar entertainment system with a 82 inch 3D TV and this game could not keep up. The graphics were slow, glitchy, pixilated and flat out terrible.
Summary: I was hoping that the game play would be better than the older version mx games. I was fooled again. The Old Xbox motocross games are so much better. I get freedom ,control of the bike as if I am really pulling off some knarly tricks.
Summary: I loved the previous games in the MX Vs ATV series, but this last installment is the worst ever. The gameplay itself is pretty much like the previous one, but upon purchasing, there are only 16 races and two maps. In order to unlock all 16 race, you need to reach level 25, and since you don't have many races, you have to do the same ones over and over... and over.