Conclusion: For those first two hours alone, though, Nail’d was a very humourous and downright loopy experience. I can’t recommend it enough if you can understand how unwieldy controls can actually make a racing game better.
Excerpt: Nail’d is the latest ATV/MX game to hit store shelves, and in such a crowded genre, it definitely has to have something special to stand out and make it worth your time. In just a few years, it’s seen one of the generation’s best overall games in Pure, and some exceptional games like MX vs.
Summary: And that’s pretty much it. There’s not a lot more to Nail’d than its off-the-wall off-road racing. You can swap out parts for your machines, but it’s simply a choice between the engine that makes you accelerate faster or boost better. Likewise, there are some big jumps, but no tricks to speak of.
Excerpt: With all the adrenaline filled dirty racers centered around ATV's or otherwise such as PURE, Motorstorm and FUEL, it begs the question what exactly Nail'd fetches to the table to make it worthwhile.