Trials Fusion: Awesome Max is an an expansion to Ubisoft’s bike trick/puzzle quest game that’ll be out on July 14.
This isn’t Mirror’s Edge. It’s a first-person parkour game built using the tools for Trials Fusion. Seriously!
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Trials Fusion is a side-on motorbike game. It is not a first-person shooter. In fact it's about sa far from a first-person shooter as you're going to get. So it's magic that you can take the game's map editor and build a replica of Call of Duty: Zombies with it.
How? How this is possible?
Countless games and game locations have been remade in Minecraft. Everything from BioShock to Mirror's Edge to, er, Ubisoft art game Valiant Hearts. Now, though, someone's gone and done the unthinkable: create Minecraft inside a video game.
Over the weekend I had two gaming goals. Finish Dark Souls II and finish Trials Fusion. Lofty goals. Unbeknownst to me, as I was just about to finish the final obstacle on the final track of Trials Fusion, Kotaku Tech Man Ben White began filming me on his mobile phone. This is an insight into many things: my mental…
I understand why you hate these video games. I really do. I understand why you shake your head as I play them. The truth is I don't always understand the impulse myself. Why do I want to hurt myself. Why do I choose to put myself through this physical pain and stress. What is the benefit? What is the evolutionary…
This homage to video game classics of yore presents a pretty steep challenge to folks playing RedLynx's latest motocross stunt game. But it's damn pretty to look at least.
Trials Fusion is out now, and it apparently has a collection of hidden minigames, including a first-person maze, and Trials versions of Marble Madness, Angry Birds, and... Tennis. Here's how to find 5 of them.
Finally, an accurate video game trailer. When I started watching this trailer for the upcoming Trials Fusion, I thought it would be the same marketing nonsense as most trailers. Then I started paying attention to what was actually happening on screen, which, yeah, that's Trials.
I don't know whether to be excited or filled with dread about the tricks system coming to Trials Fusion. Yes, the special moves look like they'll add a lot to the game but they'll also provide ample opportunities for embarrassment as players chase down Trials' particularly punishing brand of perfection.
Trials is coming back with all the gut-sucking drops and teeth-gritting ascents you remember from the dirt-bike racer's first two editions, this time adding ATVs, midair tricks and a slew of new environments to Trials Fusion, coming April 16.
As we know, the Trials series of frustration- and physics-based motocross stunt games is getting two fresh entries in the near future. One of them, Trials Frontier, will be a mobile game. Let's talk about that one for a bit.
Trials, the high-flying, controller-throwing, maddening moto-cross series from RedLynx, will get a next-generation version called Trials Fusion and a mobile version called Trials Frontier, Ubisoft just announced.