Reviews for Trials Evolution Gold Edition


A lot of fun

Demilisz | Feb. 19, 2014 | See all Demilisz's reviews »

Long time ago there was a amateur game about very flexible motorcycle that needs to complete crazy tracks, and every mistake ends with starting from beginning. Now this is a much better and professional version of that game. You are against time as you try to complete crazy levels as fas as possible. It is not easy as you must control your motorcycle very carefully to actually rach the end line. The further you go the more challenging tracks are. And if you got bored by standard game mode thare are numerous others like "long jump" where you have a pair of "wings" and tries to fly as far as possible.


Great game! But remember these tips to make it run better!

hitatree | Dec. 30, 2013 | See all hitatree's reviews »

Trials Evolution: Gold Edition is a fantastic game! It is really just a port to pc, but it is fantastic game. I do have two really important tips to anyone considering buying this game: 1. Check is your specifications ok. This game is rather picky and doesn't work well with laptops. 2. If you have bought this game on a laptop and it is running terribly, go to your battery on your laptop and set your battery plan to performance. Trust me the game will run SO much better after you do this. Great game after you follow the second tip!


Endless fun with Challenging levels

spycid | Oct. 10, 2013 | See all spycid's reviews »

Trials Evolution is a highly addictive 2d platformer. Yes I call it a platformer since you have to use physics to balance your character on various platforms. It is undoubtedly one of the best arcade games out there as it's fun both while playing with either Single Player or Multiplayer. When you are playing Multiplayer you can compete against your friends. Single Player is also immersive as you will never like to settle for anything less than Gold. This game offers variety of challenges and environments with a diverse gameplay as the mechanics get more complicated as you start progressing. It has a creation level also, so even when you complete the Single Player campaign or your friends are not online to compete with then you can create & design your own levels or download tracks designed by various community members and friends which you can give a try. The game also adds the original Trials which is remastered in High Definition so that it doesn't look ugly in your high end PCs. Overall this is a wonderful deal, it would be a sin to miss this wonderful offer. Go grab it right away.


Great game

Gojko | Oct. 9, 2013 | See all Gojko's reviews »

In the middle. This is the look like of simple and jet very interesting game. With your motor bike you need to overcome many obstacles and survive to finish every level. On the beginning you have something like tutorial that will introduce to the game, as you finishing the levels every next level become more and more difficult. Game have a good graphic, a lot of levels, community that are making new levels, lot of bikes, and on the end a lot of fun.


More port than programming

rlh1994 | Aug. 20, 2013 | See all rlh1994's reviews »

I have wanted this game for a long time to come out for the PC and when it finally did I was not disappointed! A very fun game to play single player or online (local or not), a constant challenge (although not too much) and with the track editor you can create your own from scratch, edit current ones or download from the near limitless online repertoire of tracks created by others. The only downside if the background images to help you with some instructions are still in the xbox controller design. Saying this, the game is a lot easier with the controller as this was how the game was designed. It's worth mentioning it is just as fun with a mouse and keyboard, just possibly a bit harder at later levels (but never impossible). If you are on the fence about getting it, allow me to push you off; buy it.


Really fun times with friends!

crunzaty | Aug. 3, 2013 | See all crunzaty's reviews »

I've always wanted this game and now it's finally on the PC, the game is brilliant. It's hard, and really funny to play if you're more like the "I need to win" type of person. The satisfaction for actually winning a "race" or some extremely hard map is really really good! :)


Better than a free flash game?

ganondorf66 | July 6, 2013 | See all ganondorf66's reviews »

Yes. No seriously, the game adds way more than you would expect. Lots of different bikes that all feel different. It looks great and the controls are amazing. (at least when playing with a 360 controller.)


Ride to hell, right to fall

Oldnoobie | June 20, 2013 | See all Oldnoobie's reviews »

An excellent surprise for an arcade revival of Motocross Maniac (Gameboy) : you juste have to rotate the pilot front/rear, to accelerate or break. Despite those basic controls, the levels are very differents, very beautiful with various environments, and full of things to escalade, with jumps and frightning dives. It's really an addictive game, based on fail & retry, with a perfect gameplay : easy to learn, hard to master. It can be played with just a keyboard, even when you just have 15 minutes to kill. You can also download tracks created by fans, increasing the number of levels to ride. The feeling is so good that you are always thinking " I said I stop at 9' PM, but just one more try..." and midnight comes in a second ! Only one inconvenient : the slow and ugly Uplay launcher, for quick sessions.


Fun and challenging

MarkDeejay | June 19, 2013 | See all MarkDeejay's reviews »

Trials looks simple, but it's pretty dificult if you want to truly master it. Getting only Gold medals is going to take you a long, long time. The goal of Trials is to get your motorbike to the other side of the track as fast as possible and, if possible, without falling. The tracks are 2.5D, so it's all 3D but you'll be riding in one direction. Like I said, it looks simple, and it starts off simple, but gets hard really fast and certain tracks will take you hours, maybe even days, to master. The tracks, by the way, look awesome and are cleverly made. The game in general looks pretty sweet, but it does suffer from the occasional FPS drops, without good reason. Messy, but forgivable. Restarting a checkpoint or track is pretty much instant, which is important for a game like this. You'll keep playing and playing until you won that one bike or finished that one tournament. It's really addictive. In a good sort of way. I'd gladly recommend Trials. It's a game anyone can enjoy, even if it's for just a few tracks.


One of the best party-games

Darawnal | June 19, 2013 | See all Darawnal's reviews »

Imagine this: you're in a LAN-party, everybody has gotten tired of any kind of shooters and RTS' and nobody has anything different games. Then somebody says, "Well I got Trials Evolution on my PC". That is the moment when magic happens. Trials Evolution is a must-have. It was bloody awesome on Xbox 360 and it is bloody awesome on PC. Get this game, grab 4 controllers, invite your friends and fire up those motocross cycles (and probably booze it up). Pros: + Funnier than a clown car accident in Berlin + User generated levels (in ridiculous scale) + 4-player motomadness + Worth of your time and money Cons: - Takes up surprisingly much GPU, probably due poor porting from Xbox 360 to PC


Best game for a while!

DanielZo0 | June 11, 2013 | See all DanielZo0's reviews »

After playing trials evolution on the Xbox 360 I decided to purchase ‘trials evolution gold edition’ for the PC, it is a very addictive action, racing, bike, side scrolling game! The objective of the game is to get to the end of the track in the fastest time possible without crashing, simple. You can play online with your friends to try and beat there times or race against them! There are are also lots of various mini skill games such as ‘limited fuel’, ‘skiing’ and even ‘flying’! This is a great game that I would recommend for people of all ages, it is highly addictive trying to beat your previous scores although it can be a little frustrating. The game gets progressively more difficult towards the end and could take you hours to master each level for the best time


wacky motorcycle fun

kendofrog | June 6, 2013 | See all kendofrog's reviews »

a game with tight controls, tons of content and hours of fun. i would recommend a controller; as a port from consoles it has a few issues, but some of these have already been patched, level editor is almost unlimited in possibility. the game can be transformed into pinball, mario or many more, however the xbox and pc versions do not share levels


You need a controller...

TheBuyingSun | May 30, 2013 | See all TheBuyingSun's reviews »

... and the patience of an angel. Or your mother. This game starts slow and easy and so lures you in so you'll keep playing. And then you meet the "Hard" tracks. That's the point when you are practically doomed without a controller. And it's great. The track editor is kind of over-burdening. But very detailed. The library is full of great tracks. The multiplayer is very well done for the money you spend. The money you spend is worth it.



crunzaty | May 22, 2013 | See all crunzaty's reviews »

Really cool game, super hard sometimes but it's awesome! :D BUT you will need an xbox controller to play this, the controls on the pc is really hard. Good game!


This game is amazing

Gakkity | May 22, 2013 | See all Gakkity's reviews »

I bought this game to play with my friend, and i was blown away of how good it was, i'd recommend everyone who has friends to buy it and play 4player, its so good.


Near perfect game

Stebsis | April 10, 2013 | See all Stebsis's reviews »

Trials Evolution does what it sets out to do so perfectly that I just don't think they could do any better outside of expanding the track editor even further than it already is, which has an overwhelming amount of content and possibilities to do whatever you want. Single player game is a great way to hone your skills, early tracks are fairly easy and once you get the best bikes you can practically breeze through them, but later levels get just insanely hard if you haven't really mastered using the bike. Online play is one of the best parts of the game mainly because you can even get user created tracks to play on. But the best part is definitely the track editor. There already are insane amount of such an imaginative tracks there that you can't but wonder how they came up with them. You can quite easily create a track yourself and put obstacles in there, it doesn't take that much to create something and the map where you can put the route is huge, there are lots of different areas. Trials Evolution has tight control over the bike, pretty nice graphics, track editor that lets your imagination go wild and intense multiplayer.