During PS2's heyday, THQ's MX vs. ATV franchise was worth its weight in gold. Rainbow Studios was putting its heart and soul into the racer, bringing countless features each year that pushed the envelope for what motocross games could do on the system. As time moves on, however, so do primary SKUs, and with Rainbow now sinking its time into the 360 as its main platform, the PS2 (and Wii, by association) product is bound to drop a bit in quality. On the PlayStation side, MX vs. ATV Untamed was received extremely poor, with a handful of excellent racers to weight against from the best years of the PS2's life. Needless to say, the bar is extremely high in the world of MX vs. ATV.