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Constant sensation of ultimate speed is the players companion throughout the game. Lightning-fast reflexes and tactical skills are what stands between victory and defeat.
Breakneck rides on near vertical mountainsides with up to 70-degree slopes - feel your heart pumping!
Extreme track design with breathtaking vistas - learning the inside-outs of their topography will be an advantage in the race for #1.
Steer your vehicle mid air allowing for full control over your ride. Shortening or lengthening your jumps, changing angles can make or break your lap time.
Assemble your own vehicles from a wide selection of parts and components. Adjust their parameters to best suit your playing style and personalize the looks, making it unique and truly your own.
Different classes compete simultaneously on the same track
Unique original soundtrack that brings across the vibe of the game, from members reknowned bands such as Deftones, Fear Factory, Hatebreed or Static X, created specifically for nail'd
14 unforgettable tracks in 4 exciting locations
One of the best ATV racing games.hateah | Aug. 1, 2014 | See all hateah's reviews »
That's one of the best ATV racing games. There are so cool tracks and stunts which you can do! So many different ATV's you can feel the speed as you are pushing the speed button down to the race, it's so real that you'll feel goosebumps from the high speed in your stomach. And even if it's made back in 2010 it's still outrates one of the 2014 ATV racing tittles. It'll challenge your reflexes and your feeling for realism.
Not much variety, but still fun while the fun lasts.sonicchaos | Aug. 1, 2014 | See all sonicchaos's reviews »
Before blatantly ripping off their own product with Mad Riders, Techland put a lot of effort into Nail'd. And Deep Silver was so confident in this game that they payed a lot of money for the ad campaign alone. Anyone remember the "white knuckle cream" infomercials? Those were some hilarious days. But on with the game. It only has 4 locations all 14 tracks with slight variations, so there only that much variety. The locations do look great, in a cartoony sort of way, and there's a bit of dynamism going on, so the graphics are nice, but there's not much variety. The ATVs and dirtbikes handle amazingly, you actually get the sense of speed, every tight, twitchy movements, just awesome controls. But you don't have many customizable options, there's not much to unlock, so there's not much variety. So, all in all, you have a good game, although not the most original, but it's just a few hours of entertainment. Between Nail'd and Mad Riders, I'd say get Mad Riders, but at this price, just take it.