Summary: The product was listed as new and factory sealed but it was not. It was opened and used and the cover was scuffed up. The only reason I kept it and did not complain about it was because I did not have time to return it and get another one (I could not find this game in any of our local stores) and because I tested it and it did work. But because it was used I couldn't give it as a Christmas gift to my grandson.
Summary: The game MX vs ATV: Untamed for all systems was not to its highest potential, but especially Wii. On all the other systems (I've played on 3) The game is below decent. The Wii's though is Bad enough that you'd have more fun throwing the game at a wall! The games maps aren't very fun, the vehicle selection is decent, the customize feature was a fail, and the physics were poorly made. surprisingly ,the game's lasting appeal though is actually better than all other systems.
Summary: I already own MX vs ATV unleashed for PS2. It's a great game, but only allows for 2 players at a time. There are 4 players in my household, and all four of us wanted to be able to play this game together at the same time. So, I found MX vs ATV Untamed on Amazon. The written description on Amazon for this game specifically states that it can be played by 4 players in 4 split screens. THIS IS INCORRECT. THIS IS A 2 PLAYER GAME.
Summary: This game has the worst graphics of all my games,it has worse graphics than some of the ps2 games I would have expected better I have been playing ps3 pure atv racing from 2008 and the graphics blow this game away when they come out with a new game system they need to step up the graphics or not bother I'm tired of buying new game systems getting a library of games and then they come out with a new system at least make it worth it
This game harkens back to the older ATV games, but that's about all that it does... harken
4 February 2009
Summary: This game seems like a cheap knockoff of it's predecessors. Sure, the graphics are slightly improved, but there is absolutely nothing new or appealing about any other change made. The levels are sparsely detailed with almost nothing creative. There's no point to free ride because once you've seen one course, you've seen every inch of every other course. The racing modes feel like a mobile app, as do the vehicles. I miss ATV offroad fury.
Summary: The concept of this game seemed cool, but my boyfriend and I both tried it, although he did better then my, we both felt that the games response to the controller was too touchy, it made game play totally unenjoyable for me, the slightest little move on my nunchuck and the bikes were all over, I basically had to let go of the gas to even get around turns well, and even then it was still next to impossible.
Summary: IF YOU LIKE HARD ROCK, THEN I GUESS YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO TOLERATE THE GAME AND BECOME PROFICIENT. I AM A BABY BOOMER AND COULD NOT GET PAST THE AWFUL YELLING NOISE THAT THEY USE FOR BACKGROUND MUSIC. HAD TO GIVE IT TO MY 36 YEAR OLD SON-IN-LAW. HAVE YET TO GET HIS REACTION.