Summary: This game is fun but it is very hard. I tried to beat it for over a year than i gave up and used cheat codes. Which then i tried to go back and beat it with cheat codes and i still couldent. So i just did freeride and messed around at places and explored. I used every veichle there is a atv, mx bike, sandrail, buggy, trophy truck, and a golf cart. Each of them have different colors and u can put ur name and number on them.
Summary: I bought this game for my 6 year old son because he loves riding motorcycles and four wheelers, There was a little problem finding it because local retailers no longer carry it and Hastings couldn't even order it, The game is very graphical and exciting to play mainly because of endless unlockable features such as more maps, equipment and even more things to drive. I recommend this for any age person the enjoys dirt bikes and ATVs.
Summary: MX vs ATV On the Edge is an awsome game. The game takes forever to load but it is worth the wait. The graphics are great. There's a store to buy vehicles & gear for great customizing. You can also check your profile to see your game completion and unlocks percentage. What you can play is Single Player, Ghost Racing, Free Ride, Practice, High Score Challenge, Follow the Leader & Big Air Challenge.
Load times aside, this game is a lush, long, and high replayed expirence
M. Warren "gamer", Amazon
14 October 2006
Summary: Think Midnight Club 3 had horrid load times? Pfft, that game is super fast compared to the disastorus load times of MX vs ATV on the edge. The load times are absoluty mind numbing and it's quite painful to watch the gear (the object that indicates loading). move S...L...O...W...L...Y. And it's no help either that the game gives you a boring backround to read, basically the controls over a grey, boring backround. Waiting for a game will never kill you as much as this.