Excerpt: I'm not quite the ATV game virgin; I've played one of the ATV series of games on the PS2, and though it didn't rock my world, I quite enjoyed what little time I spent with it. But I'm close to being an ATV game virgin, having only made past third base on one occasion, so I had no idea until very...
Excerpt: ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin’ Trails looks great. After reviewing almost half the system’s launch titles, I’m still amazed at how much power the little system has inside its shiny, black casing. It almost makes the short battery life worth it... Anyway, back to the graphics.
Excerpt: Lets Blaze Some Trails In ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin Trails, you control an all terrain vehicle and race either against three other computer opponents or you can choose to play an ad-hoc networking game against live competition.
Excerpt: Sony and Climax have basically transformed the PS2 version of ATV Offroad Fury 3 into a portable special edition that is in some respects better than its console counterpart. The graphics and audio are roughly the same, but there's a little more to digest in the PSP game.
Conclusion: I know I already mentioned this, but the ATV series has always been known for being fun, but I just did not get that vibe this time around. When I was playing Blazin’ Trails I felt not only very frustrated with the controls, but I also just was hoping for more.
Conclusion: There really isn’t much to the game, to make it very worthwhile. There are a lot of different mini games throughout the game that don’t amount to much at all. If your child loves the Rocket Power series then this may be a good holiday present, otherwise we recommend that you look somewhere else.