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9.3 out of 10

Trials Evolution

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kritvenge, Metacritic
30 January 2013
  • Summary: i just got trials and had 400 msp left so i got this dlc and its great the maps a great the skill games are good and the user maps just keep getting better
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paulb, Metacritic
31 December 2012
  • Summary: I love the core game, and this first DLC adds more of the same. My only criticism is of the BMX bikes, they handle nothing like their real world counterpart and only serve to frustrate the player even more. There is nothing more annoying that bouncing about like a clown on a poor physics model of a pedal bike. I know it runs on the same model, but BMX's DO NOT have balloons attached.
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RedColobus, Metacritic
23 December 2012
  • Summary: Trials Evolution: The Riders of Doom is a perfect little surprised from redlynx for this holiday season. Firstly, you get 40 new tacks which includes 10 new skill games. The trials tracks is more focused on harder tracks which is nice. A new 24 x 24 km desert area to discover and build tracks on, a ton of new level editor objects, and even a completely new bike! Really fun and definitally worth getting. 10/10.
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Valiko, Metacritic
9 December 2012
  • Summary: The maps are very creative and well done, that editor is just that much more and it opens a new world for 100 of custom maps, for hours for entertaining new tricks and styles this is just a great DLC for only $5
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StllBreathnButY, Metacritic
11 October 2012
  • Summary: Five dollars gets you 23 new trials tracks, 10 supercross, 2 new skill games, as well as a new bike to ride. It also includes a whole bunch of new editor tools, objects, and effects to help make user content even better than before. The new bike is a blast to ride, and is a great middleground between the scorpion and the Phoenix. The tracks are just as excellent as they were in the main game, if not more so.
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potatoes351, Metacritic
10 October 2012
  • Summary: Trials Evolution was the biggest and best entry in the series and one of the best titles for XBLA. Now it gets its first DLC package, Origin of Pain introduces a new play area for Trials users as well as 35 new Trials maps, 10 new supercross maps, hundreds of new editing tools, more customisation options for your rider and a new bike, the Gecko BMX. The DLC is priced at 400MS points (£3.50) and provides hundreds of hours of fun for an already generously sized game.
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Avalon, Metacritic
19 June 2012
  • Summary: Another attempt to cash in on a cheap tacky game, everytime I tried to boot this game up I was greeted with a long period of unreponsiveness, when I do get to play the game I find myself playing something from miniclip.com. Gameplay is same old flash style gameplay, graphics are the only thing worth mentioning about the whole game.
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DudeManGuy, Metacritic
3 May 2012
  • Summary: About as addictive as arcade games get, with a never ending rabbit hole of user-made content. Go buy this game right now. However, I am docking a point for the terrible opening "rap".
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dragoonie, Metacritic
2 May 2012
  • Summary: Absolutely the most addictive and satisfying game on XBLA. I put countless hours into the first one, watching my score edge its way up, and now I get to do it all over again, only with user-generated tracks, which are already awesome (check out the Castlevania track). Bravo, RedLynx...bravo.
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Jobadkins, Metacritic
26 April 2012
  • Summary: A $15 game that has near infinite replay value-there it is.The original game was so unique and challenging,a true classic.I love when a game like this comes out and it is so good that it gets you to either go back to there previous game to play it all over again or it's got genius value to instantly convince you to buy it so you can have both games to enjoy, just like how the newest Mass Effect 3 does the same thing.This game doesn't just have value though it has...
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