Summary: After playing it a few days, I think the game is ok. I was expecting the game to be as good as ATV off road fury 2 but the game seems simplier and not as much fun. It's not bad, but its just not great....in my opinion.
Summary: When my roommate moved out and took his PS2, the series of ATV: Off Road Fury games were the only games I really missed that X-Box didn't have. MXvATV:U more than fills the void. The race stategy is much more than "mash-the-gas" and go. On the hard or 100% difficulty settings you have to really work the track to get a win. Nothing like losing that 3 second lead you worked on for the last 10 laps because you got greedy and over-jumped the last berm.
Summary: When you consider the pricepoint of this game (as of today, $35), I think it's a good buy for someone interested in off-road racing. I come from the world of off-road R/C, so this game interested me. The game is stable, has satisfactory graphics, and a soundtrack that gets a little old. What I like about the game is it's VERY easy to pick up, but as you play it you realize that there are a lot of subtleties to master to get the best laptimes.
Summary: I wasn't that excited about MX vs ATV Unleashed, so i decided to rent it. I'm just thanking myself that i decided not to buy it considering that it is an extremely average made game. Graphics: The graphics in MX vs ATV Unleashed are very simplistic and resemble graphics that you might find in a Gamecube. (No offense Nintendo.)To put it in a better way, they are graphics that you would find in an average MX/ATV game.
Summary: I purchased this game a few days ago with high hopes. I have been waiting for a good racing game featuring trophy trucks for a long time, and after I saw some in the game's trailer, I decided to give it a try. At first, I was very entertained, as I hadn't played a dirt bike game since excite bike for the nintendo.