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MX vs ATV Alive - Playstation 3
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- We are delivering the best MX vs. ATV game yet.
- Building upon the franchise's physics engine to deliver an enhanced racing experience in MX vs. ATV Alive that is easier to play.
- With tracks and modes, gamers choose the game that they want to play.
- Instead of us choosing how much of each mode to put in the game - gamers make this choice.
- Extensive downloadable content available
- Experience total control of both rider and bike with easier controls as part of the enhanced Rider Reflex. An advanced real-time deformation continuously changes the track beneath you with every lap
- Go bar-to-bar with in-your-face motocross racing. Rider-to-Rider collisions and win/loss conditions through a new bar banging system
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MX Vs ATV Alive is a multiplayer motocross game for Next-Gen game consoles. Own the competition as you wrestle for position with tightly contested racing in the fifth iteration of the MX Vs ATV franchise. Feel the realism of the revolutionary real-world physics engine which has defined the racing genre. Live the sport as Alive captures the spectacle of motocross and the essence of competitive racing while providing the best riders and gear from the latest manufacturers. Features include: real riders and gear, extensive downloadable content, multiplayer support both locally and online, enhanced Rider Reflex, a new Bar Banging system and more.
The Ultimate Motocross Racing Experience
MX vs. ATV Alive is simply the best MX vs. ATV game yet developed. Building on the franchise's physics engine, MX vs. ATV Alive delivers an enhanced racing experience that is easier to play, yet as challenging as you choose to make it. The difference is the approach to features like modes and tracks. Along with classic modes that everyone loves, Alive allows gamers to more easily tailor the game to their specific play style and likes via downloadable content. Can't get enough of a certain mode? Get online and pull down more of that content. Instead of the game developers deciding how much of each mode that you play, the choice is yours. MX vs. ATV Alive also has a dedicated online store that is live from day one, containing everything from rider gear, tracks, modes, etc.
Key Game Features
- Definitive Realism
- Experience total control of both rider and bike with easier controls as part of the enhanced Rider Reflex
- An advanced real-time deformation continuously changes the track beneath you with every lap
- Wreck-avoidance lets you correct collisions and landings to race like a pro
- Elbow-To-Elbow Action
- Go bar-to-bar with in-your-face motocross racing
- Rider-to-Rider collisions and win/loss conditions through a new bar banging system
- Awe-inspiring Sports Experience
- Real riders, real gear, and real licensor's to be announced
- A wide range of vehicles
- Event Types
- Compete in the Nationals and claim the Motocross Championship title
- Additional event types to be announced
- Multiplayer - Race against a friend in local play or take on all comers in 2-12 online multiplayer action
Real riders and licensed gear.
12 rider online multiplayer.
A new bar banging system.
Loads of downloadable content.
Platform: Sony PlayStation 3
Top Customer Reviews
As an addicted REFLEX gamer I was highly anticipating the hyped up sequel ALIVE. I was disappointed to say the least. Here's the short and sweet.
Most reviews I've read so far on this game glamour and rage about the graphics being far superior over Reflex.
FALSE, I own a brand new $25,000 dollar entertainment system with a 82 inch 3D TV and this game could not keep up. The graphics were slow, glitchy, pixilated and flat out terrible. I had absolutely ZERO problems with REFLEX as it was far superior on MY system.
AF riders don't intentionally wreck you if you are winning (best update to the series)
Tire tracks in the dirt/mud are more realistic
Engine Sounds are more realistic
Rider ability evolves as you progress....however, it still is leaves much to be desired.
Rider Reflex seems a little more realistic.
Two bikes....That's it...that's all the choice you have unless you purchase more online
Short, figure "8" style courses
TINY Free Ride with no hill climbs, and lame jumps. Free ride can be conquered in 10 minuts of play. REFLEX took hours+
Nailing, pulling off and landing jumps is much more difficult because of the added feature of the clutch
CLUTCH....as if we needed one more button to control (BTW they changed the controller configuration making it uncomfortable to learn if you spent any time playing the previous versions)
You MUST play the same two tracks OVER and OVER until you build up enough XP to make it to level 10 which is boring, repetitive and stupid even if you finish 1st in the race.Read more ›
At 1st I though this game sucked & if it werent for the warnings from the other reviews I would not have put so much effort in getting the 250F's so far. I guess THC decided to leave out the two stroke 250's because in the real motocross/supercross world they only have the lites (250F) and the 450F's in competition. I miss my RM250, oops I mean takashi 250 two-stroke that was in Reflex. This game is much more realistic in the way the bike handles. Like another reviewer stated Reflex has the "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon" effect when hitting jumps. Alive is more realistic.
I have read complaints about whips not being as easy and I think its more realistic in the fact that it takes actual effort and the mechanics of the whips and scrubs is more realistic than in Reflex. What I dont like is how you have to keep racing the same tracks over & over & over again to gain levels to access other tracks & bikes. Not that big of a deal though because I will play the hell out of it trying to get better lap times.
I also like that they added all of the current MX & SX warhorses as playable riders too. Great addition. Someone asked where is Carmichael, well he doesnt compete anymore... A suggestion would have been that that THC gave the player flexibility to use their own custom music playlist like the developers did in "The Fight". Overall I give this game a thumbs up in the fact that THC did revamp MX vs ATV in a good way & I hope that the developers actually add more tracks as DLC.
They could have done a better job on Reflex doing this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this game has amazing graphis but in content it fails, hard. not much going on. and in order to unlock more content, which is more than half of it, you have to level up first. Read morePublished 1 month ago by tonofclay50
My little suns and I love the game, it's pretty realistic. But the numbers of tracks are to small and opponents are not that hard. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elisabeth Alphonse
Personally, I am no good with it. I wind up crashing. But all of my grandsons and sons can make it through winning. Read morePublished 9 months ago by a single pearl
It was horrible when I receive the game wit didn't work I would recommend buying from this placePublished 11 months ago by Brandon g flanagan