Summary: PROS Fun! The feel of the bike, the way if handles and the way you drive with both joysticks is great. The graphics are pretty good. CONS Online is terrible, you can easily spend 20min trying to find a game and maybe even not find one at all.
Summary: Motocross racing gets physical in MX vs. ATV Alive; colliding with opponents is now a legitimate tactic rather than a cause of frustration and the action is significantly more exciting as a result. It's not all good news in this scant sequel to MX vs.
Summary: Initially I hated this game and still do hate the beginning of the game. You start off only having two outdoor tracks to race, free ride, and two stupid short tracks (a figure 8). I had to race each of the two outdoor tacks probably 20 times before I unlocked the next couple of outdoor tracks.
Summary: An okay game but yet another franchise getting rid of a career mode with any depth and placing their emphasis on multi player. I'm not sure about the status of the publishers THQ but they last I heard the company was no more so no idea if the on line part of the game is even still live.
Excerpt: I have found myself buying a lot of the games in the MX vs ATV series over the years, not that I am a huge fan of racing games but just generally I tend to enjoy the mayhem inherent in these titles as well as the diversity.
Summary: MX Vs ATV is a well established motocross series. Alive is the new instalment to the series following Reflex, does it offer anything new or is it a dead weight to the series? Reflex, the previous instalment brought many new ideas to the series so Alive has a lot to live up to.