Ubisoft just announced Trials Rising. The latest installment in the over-the-top dirt bike racing series looks zanier than ever, though it’ll have a dedicated tutorial system put together with assistance from the series’ community. It’ll be out in February 2019 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and the Switch.
Today at E3, Ubisoft RedLynx announced Trials of the Blood Dragon, which looks about like what you’d expect if you took a Trials game and mashed it up wth Far Cry: Blood Dragon.
This afternoon, we’re trying something new: we’re going to stream ourselves playing Destiny, a psychostimulant cosplaying as a video game.
After helping reveal and solve the original Trials Riddle, Brad Hill, AKA Professor FatShady, and an entire community of Trials fans have been hard at work trying to solve another riddle: the Trials Evolution riddle. This is the end result: a story that spans countries, continents and — crucially — time. Prepare to be…
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?
This kind of thing shouldn't be possible in real life. It's the kind of silly thing you can only do in a video game like Trials. Right?
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.
Ever wonder what it looks like to pull awesome stunts (like backflips!) on your bike while navigating treacherous terrain? If you were actually there, I mean—not if you were playing a game like Trials or something. Well, thanks to Kelly McGarry, you can see what it's like.
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.
I've watched this custom Trials Evolution stage twice now. The first time with white knuckles. The second time thinking I'd gone quite mad.
If you thought the kind of artificial, hair-tearing stunts found in the Trials series were the only way you'd see dirtbike tricks like that, well, Aussie rider Robbie Maddison would like a word.
Plenty of my friends have had babies, so I knew what to expect. The woman goes into labour. There is the physical pain. You rub the back and say ‘there there'. You watch the little lump of flesh flop out like a wriggling trout. You shed the tears, you kiss the baby on the forehead. You take the photographs, you take…
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Trials Evolution is heading to the PC nearly next year. It's optimized for the PC—and some other stuff. I wasn't really paying attention, but focused more on trying to imitate this raspy voice. Triaals Evoluution. Nope, still can't do it!