Summary: The kids like driving the ATVs. They especially like playing "Tag" with the ATVs and the beach ball. Some of the physics aren't very realistic, but entertaining. Loaded and ran great on the old PS2.
Summary: I've played this game for years, but recently lost it. ATV Off Road Fury 2 is such a fun game, I can play it for hours an never get bored. The mini games are one of the best parts about it, especially the hockey. I highly recommend this game.
Summary: This game is still a lot of fun even though it's simimlar to the first Offroad Fury. Good controls, sound effects, and music if you are under 30 years old. Your ATVs have more control in this one, instead of bouncing all over the track in the first one. It has all the same racing modes plus .... jumping through red or green targets, combo jump contests, and 4 cool mini games of tag, hockey, king of the hills, and treasure hunt.
Vroom vroom! I'm not one for racing games, but I do have fun with this one.
S. Bouley "Derelict", Amazon
2 February 2008
Summary: I'm quite particular about the racing games I play. They have to be arcade-y, and easy to get into. Lucky for me, ATV ORF2 fits the bill. The tracks are fun to drive, and unlike most driving games, you can take your ATV off course and have some fun as well. There's a decent selection of tracks, as well as few ways to play them. some examples are your standard race, time trials, endurance race, challenge modes, or just try to rack up as many trick points as possible.
Summary: I really like this game. My brother's a big fan of motocross-type games (most of which are complete rubbish) and bought this game months and months ago. These types of games aren't usually my bag, but one day he challenged me to a race on two-player mode and from then on, to my surprise, I was hooked. Most, if not all, of the tracks require no braking at all - which makes it a high octane arcade racing game.