MTB: his was the sentence that was written on the e-mail I got from I-Illusions with my copy of Element4l. If riding my bike had been this hard, you would have probably found me in a ditch with my neck broken that sunny afternoon when I took off my training wheels. Element4l has straightforward controls and a simple premise, and then uses those things to leave you a whimpering shell of your former self. It’s a system you can get very good at, one that looks beautiful when you learn it and everything is in full motion, but this won’t come easy. This game is designed to break you before it can be enjoyed, so expect a sharp uphill battle right from the moment you hit start.