Excerpt: Konami’s Le Tour De France may have stayed rooted to its source material; although sadly the task of taking on this ever-aging and gruelling event doesn’t exactly convert into an enjoyable game that well.
Excerpt: The graphics in Downhill Domination are those of a mixed bag. At first glance, the visuals won't make your jaw drop. However, upon closer examination, you'll begin to notice the little things.
Excerpt: Incog, the Sony first-party development studio behind such great games as the Twisted Metal series and this year’s surprisingly addictive War of the Monsters, has been secretly working away on this adrenaline-fueled super-human mountain bike simulation for the past 19 months.
Summary: All in all, Downhill Domination
is a fun racer and a nice addition to the field. Easy controls, a great
sense of speed and violence, and some entertaining tracks all keep it
really high on my "extreme" sports list.
Pros: Great concept, smooth controls, and some killer racing.
Cons: Some graphics glitches and no on-line...What the hell?
Excerpt: Mountain biking games are few and far between. The barely controllable and poorly realised section of the Dreamcast’s Sega Extreme Sports and Codemasters’ own PSone title – No Fear Downhill Mountain Biking – being the only titles that you could honestly put into the tiny sub-sub-sub-genre alongside...
Excerpt: , in conceptual form, is a biking game. Simple, no? To add to that, it is a downhill biking game, but I bet you guessed that from the name. To be a bit more specific and give credit to the game's complexity,
Excerpt: Do you remember the Twisted Metal series? It is only one of the most popular franchises on the PlayStation and PlayStation 2. Developer Incog Inc. created the series and after other developers tarnished the name by releasing some subpar sequels, they took the development reigns back and created the...