Capsulecomputers.com writes: "While actually being an incredible amount of fun to play, the game was simply too limited in content. People on any kind of time constraint will get too frustrated with the amount of time needed in order to level up and open anything more than the first 2 tracks. Mx Vs Atv Alive plays very much like an arcade game but with a much more advanced and realistic control system. What initially seems like a lot of work soon makes perfect sense, and once mastered really will give you the edge over your competition. If you are a fan of the franchise then you won’t be disappointed as long as you can pick yourself up a cheap retail copy and are willing to pay for any DLC you want. Visually it surpasses any of the other games in the franchise, but its let down by aspects such as lack of weather interaction and an inconsistent crash/off-road system. The new reflex control system combined with the new seat and bar bump mechanics aid a very realistic control system. Best suited to those who embark..."