Trials Fusion’s “you shall not pass!” moment, and other brick walls
Quarter to Three
15 January 2015
Excerpt: Trials Fusion, like the Trials games before it, is 100% accessible up to a certain point. Using its extremely simple “vocabulary” of only four verbs — lean forward or backward, accelerate or brake — you drive a motorcycle along 2D trails, trying to set the best time with the fewest wipeouts.
Excerpt: The absolute insanity that is the Trials series is back with another iteration and is still great fun to play. That having been said there are a couple choices in design that I’m not sure they thought out particularly well.
Excerpt: “Welcome to the future”…again. Last week we reviewed Trials Fusion on the PlayStation 4 and now we are back to check out the game on the PC. As mentioned in the next-gen console review , the PS4 was already looking and playing pretty much like a PC gold standard version of the game, so I was...
Excerpt: Developed by RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev, Trials Fusion offers players an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges as they race against the clock – with players from around the globe – to set track records.
Pros: -Good challenge and competitions options, -More polished versions of trials
Cons: -Finicky trick system, -Some texture pop in issues when restarting a level
Excerpt: Free flash game sites were some of my biggest time wasters when I was a college student with lots of free time and little money to use to entertain myself. One of the games I remember most fondly was a Trials demo with a single, simple little course that would kick you out after 10 minutes or so.
Excerpt: Trials Fusion is the newest release for the insane racing series from developer RedLynx and publisher Ubisoft. Trials is a game series that has been around for many years but first rose to popularity on Xbox LIVE Arcade with the release of Trials HD in Summer of 2009 before releasing a fantastic...
Excerpt: “Welcome to the future”, or at least Ubisoft’s vision of the next generation of puzzle platform racing on two (and occasionally four) wheels. Trials Fusion is the latest installment in the infamous Trials franchise; this time spanning both last and current gen systems as well as PC .
Excerpt: It could just as easily allude to the rising conflict between giant game publishers like Ubisoft and subsidiary studios like RedLynx -- a tug-of-war that the RedLynxes of this industry are presently losing.