GamesRadar writes: "Riding ATVs is something we don't get around to doing that often. As a result, Pure is a wonderful exercise in escapism, taking you away from the daily grind and into a high-octane environment in which you're able to zoom around beautiful countryside without a care in the world. And that's the beauty of Pure. You'll find yourself blazing through the tracks at breakneck speeds, with just enough control to make you feel connected, tempered with an edge of "Oh my god, I could fall off any moment." Pure plays a lot like the old Burnouts, but with the added mayhem of off-road dirt-tracks, full of bumps, hills, mountains, and big pools of water for you to either drive through or fall into. You can accelerate, break, and all the usual gumph that you'd expect from a racer, with the addition of being able to boost, as well as jump your ATV high up in the air and pull off Tony Hawk-esque tricks."
* Satisfying to pull-off tricks
* Modifying your ATV is addictive
* Real sense of horrifying speed
* Tricks are pretty hard
* Unforgiving to newbies
* Unsure of its arcade/sim status