MX vs ATV Reflex
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Think fast and hang on to your ride as you take independent control of the rider and take the ultimate test of mettle. Dual controls let you tear it up with death-defying tricks and high-flying freestyle action. Fight for traction and dig up the track to leave your mark. Hone in your skills through havoc-laden environments that come alive, creating ever-changing conditions. Rush through raging rivers, slash though swampy everglades, and blaze through desert dunes as the terrain gets altered with every turn. Gain on your opponents lap after lap as you force the competition to carve new race lines, but beware, they can do the same to you.
Test Your Reflexes
Dual controls allow you to control your rider as you power your vehicle independently.
Lean in to take tighter turns and higher jumps.
Think fast and wrestle your ride back from the verge of catastrophe.
Leave Your Mark
Real-time deformation continuously changes the track beneath you with every lap. Dig up the track and force the competition to carve a new race line.
Rush through raging rivers, slash though swampy everglades, and blaze through desert dunes as the terrain gets altered with every turn.
New terrain engine provides unprecedented driving surface detail never achieved in any other racing game.
Pull Off The Sickest Tricks
Dual controls let you tear it up with death-defying tricks and high-flying freestyle action.
Intuitive gestures in the Reflex Trick System let you push the limits to pull off the most extreme stunts ever.
Impress the judges. Increase your score. Emerge victorious in MotoX Freestyle.
Customise and tune the fiercest MX bikes and ATVs.
Choose from a variety of vehicles including Sport Buggies, Sport Trucks and UTV’s.
Flaunt your latest battle scars as truck body panels shatter and break away.
Horrible controlsstealthdf2 | Dec. 27, 2013 | See all stealthdf2's reviews »
I love offroad and mx style or atv games. but i cant play this game at all cause the controls are just horrible. when using a gamepad you have to steer with the left stick as normal, but to lean back and forward you have to use the right stick. its a pain having to use 2 sticks to control the bike and it doesnt work very well at all. This is a huge disapointment as i had heard so much about this game and how fun it was, but i cant get used to these controls. ive tried and tried but it just feels horrible to me. Iveplayed pretty much every offroad racing game and esp the ones with bikes and atv so this is very strange why they choose this control scheme. it just feels like they striped all the intuitiveness from the game by doing this. They could have at least gave the option for classic control setup.
Epic Free Style action!Kevduit | Sept. 14, 2013 | See all Kevduit's reviews »
If you've played any of the other MX vs. ATV games, you'll know what I mean by: SO MUCH FUN. Me and my friends have spent hours racing against each other, or just roaming the completely open world on our dirt bikes, quads, 4X4's a so many other vehicles it's hard to remember them all! If you're looking for a game with amazing graphics, fun gameplay, hours of free roaming, and just a downright competitive game, this is definitely you're kind of game! The endless customizations that you are able to do on your vehicles and character is amazing, and the areas where you can race give a lot of depth and detail to your riding. It overall is a very cool racing experience, and the world is open and ready for the taking!
Great racing gamedrafek | Sept. 13, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »
This game is great for people who like to play racing games now and then, this game is easy to learn, I knew the game within half a hour, which is good if you don't have alot of time to learn the controls. The gameplay is done well, like said before. The graphics are pretty good, they fit the game alot. There isn't a multiplayer at the moment, would enjoy playing multiplayer if available. Worth the price, but would recommend waiting for a sale.