Summary: I've gotten interested in ATVs recently. Unfortunately, a sport ATV is slightly out of my price range right now. So, I did the next best thing: bought this video game. The game is a bit dated. The graphics are not on par with today's newer ATV racing games. However, you can still enjoy this game. And the sounds of the game's ATVs are the actual sounds of their real-world counterpart, for example. The 2-stroke Yamaha Banshee has been discontinued.
A Very Fun Game But It Needs Help In Making More Boards
Thomas Everstein, Amazon
12 May 2005
Summary: This is a great game. Alot of fun to play. The only downside to it is that it doesn't have a ton of boards. An unbelievable game needs to have many boards to play at. I love racing Games. The make you get more competitive. I'm not normally into video games but I like these types of games. So I believe that you should get this game. It's fun and competitive.
Conclusion: The gamplay and graphics are great, but the A.I. is bad, a decent buy for anyone.
Pros: With the diffrerent views and angles puts you right in the action. The detail in the landscape is great, the best in a long time. The best thing is that the men look like men and the women look like women.
Cons: The A.I. really isn't that great, but what can you except from a quote "racing game"? I also you could do more tricks in the game as well.
Summary: So I saw that ATV offroad fury 2 just came out and so I dusted off this old gem. I had forgotten what a great game this was! This is definitely a bargan at $20. Froim what I heard, Sony has taken all the things that make this game good and then threw in a killer soundtrack and fixed all the complaints for Offroad Fury 2! This game is a must for any racing gamer. Go get it!
Summary: This game is available... these days. It is a fun game, but it didn't keep my interest for too long. I would have preferred this game if it had all the real ATV models, instead of using a bunch of fictitious ATV's mixed with real ones. I realize they are trying to push current ATV's but the best quads ever made were the 2-cycles of the late 80's.
Summary: ATV off Road fury rocks! ...i didn't take me to long to beat this game but it was fun all the way through! Here is a fun mini game I made up! In the main menu go to freestyle and then click two player and crater park. With a friend, in the camp ground you can play tag. To do this all you have to do is hit your friend with your ATV or, well, your body. When your not it you just run away but the rule is you CAN NOT GET OUT OF THE CAMP GROUND!
Summary: As part of the PS2's new Greatest Hits lineup, ATV Off Road Fury is a solid racing title that any PS2 owner can't go wrong with. The graphics are fantastic and the ATV's respond realisticly. The controls are solid, and the soundtrack really stands out. Alice in Chains, Soundgraden, Sevendust, Bender, Anthrax, and Primus? Not bad. While the fun factor can wear thin, ATV Off Road Fury is a solid title and racing enthusiasts will enjoy it.
Summary: This is one of the best PS2 games I have ever played. It's really fun and great for all ages. It's fun cause you get to choose from some types of the game, you choose your own ATV and your own person. You also get to costomize your ATV.
Summary: This was a great game and there were some good and bad things. Some good things were the graphics. They were clear and looked like sky outside your window. Also the Quads were great. There were Polaris's, Yamaha's, Honda's, Kawasaki's, and some made up quads. They all had their strengths and weaknesses, but after you beat the easy career mode, you get the king of all quads, the 1000. It has top speed, top power, top stability, and top handling.