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Mad Riders

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Mad Riders – A Ride Like It Says On The Box!

The Game Reviews
11 August 2012
  • Summary: MAD RIDERS is a great little arcade game for the price, and more fun than quite a few games of the same genre. OK the soundtrack and gameplay can get a bit dull after a while, and the lack of off line multiplay does take the edge off a bit. But overall not a bad little game.
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Overall 8
Gameplay 1
Graphics 1
Sound 1
Versatility 1
Funfactor 1

Mad Riders (Xbox 360 Arcade) Review

2 July 2012
  • Summary: Overall, Mad Riders is a fun, fast paced racing experience for a very affordable price (800 Points). You can't really go wrong by giving it a shot. Plenty of tracks, and unlockables for you to work for, grab some friends and pass the controller around.
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Overall 5
Performance 9
Gameplay 4
Multiplayer 4
Appearance 6
Singleplayer 5

Mad Riders Review

New Game Network
6 June 2012
  • Summary: A frustrating and entirely uninspired addition to the ATV racing genre
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Overall 6

Mad Riders Review

5 June 2012
  • Excerpt: Techland returns to off-road racing with this downloadable effort. Does it impress?
  • Pros: + Fast racing action, + Solid visuals
  • Cons: Progressions feels pointless, Repeating tracks, Lack of modes, Stiff animations
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Overall 7

Mad Riders

Strategy Informer
4 June 2012
  • Conclusion: Mad Riders borrows a little too liberally from other titles to truly have its own identity. What is there, however, is an enjoyable enough arcade racer. It won't take players hugely long to complete but given that it's priced reasonably low for a downloadable release (less than a price of a pizza as the trailer will gleefully tell you), it's long enough to feel worth the asking fee.
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Overall 10
Video quality 9

Mad Riders

BluRay Authority
1 June 2012
  • Excerpt: If you’ve ever wanted to ride an ATV at insane speeds while dressed as a gorilla, Mad Riders is now available and wants to make that wish come true. The game focuses on speed above all else, with breakneck action that also lets you bust out a myriad of tricks and stunts. And since most of the tracks are placed in rugged, mountainous environments, each lap is filled with razor thin turns and hair raising moments.
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Overall 8

A Well-Constructed Combination of Thrills and Speed

Game Informer
31 May 2012
  • Conclusion: Concept: Pick up where Nail'd left off with fast racing, big jumps, and a few surprises Graphics: The game looks pretty good, and the color palette in particular makes the game pop off the screen Sound: The generic rock music and arcade-cabinet announcer is as clichéd as it comes Playability: The in-air steering is really helpful, and the racing feels solid Entertainment: Mad Riders keeps things nice and simple, which streamlines it for speed Replay: Moderate
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Mad Riders Review

31 May 2012
  • Excerpt: ' Sometime between populating getaway resorts with the walking dead in Dead Island and evoking the perils of the Wild West with the Call of Juarez series, Polish developer Techland also released the flawed Nail'd , an off-road arcade racer with a manic sense of speed and expansive big-air drops.
  • Pros: Pleasing aesthetic, A real sense of speed
  • Cons: Dull, unoriginal racing, Narrow course design restricts freedom, Getting stuck behind scenery mid-race
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Overall 8
Gameplay 8
Looks 8

Mad Riders (X360) - Review

30 May 2012
  • Excerpt: So you like racing games? That’s good. You like real-world race tracks? That’s bad. You like a blinding sense of speed? That’s good. You need gear ratios and realistic physics? That’s bad. However, if you like insane thousand foot jumps and impossible stunts, you will find a lot to enjoy in Mad Riders . And that’s good.
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Overall 5

Mad Riders

30 May 2012
  • Excerpt: Four-wheeled all-terrain vehicles are a hoot, but their real-world weight will disappoint anyone hoping to soar above treetops. Launch your quad off Mad Riders ’ exaggerated ramps, though, and you’ll often have time to pull a couple of flips before slamming back down into the mud. Riders can perform just a handful of different stunts (including power-slides and backflips), but there’s more to off-road racing than hang-time.
  • Pros: + Tropical tracks with branching routes, shortcuts, and high-flying jumps; online multiplayer.
  • Cons: ? Why no split-screen multiplayer?
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