Trials Fusion Video Review – Nothing to Ride Home About I The Koalition

Callum May of The Koalition writes:
Difficulty can be a problematic aspect for video games. There's always this question of how much you can punish the player before they lose interest. Are they going to have to sit through long loading screens? Will they have to start from the beginning? Will the experience be rewarding at all?
All of these questions need to be answered in a way that constantly refers back to player experience.

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rbailey1692d ago

Awesome review. I definitely am intrigued by the game and may still pick it up later. Definitely not spending full price for it though.

MrKennedy1692d ago

This is an absolute beauty of a review shiela.

UnbiasedOpinions1692d ago

It's "nothing to write home about" not ride, if your going to act like a journalist and write reviews at least get your idioms right please!


XStation1692d ago

He used it, since the game has you riding vehicles the whole time.

Nitrowolf21692d ago

Not getting it was a Pun

UnbiasedOpinions1692d ago

My bad everyone, i didn't realize it was a pun

user95589031692d ago

Lol... Did this really happen? Like... Is this a real conversation?

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OrangePowerz1692d ago

I have blast with the game.

Allsystemgamer1692d ago

It seems like the author misses the point. He wants dynamic changes and events? The point of the game is about over coming obstacles by learning to control the rider and the bike. Not adding petty distractions that many games these days throw in to distract players from other elements. It's an obstacle course game. The retrying is "practice makes perfect". I've beaten the game. Now I'm just working on unlocking everything. It's NOT THAT HARD. People just seem to try and rush through it.

It would be like playing dark souls/ demons and just trying to rush through and then complain when you die.

It's about perfecting each course for the best time possible. That IS the point. If you don't like those kinds of games then don't play it. It's that simple. It doesn't try and be something it isn't like this reviewer seems to want it to be.

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