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…
Yesterday I gave you the terrible yet awesome Mickey Rourke raps from Rogue Warrior to lull you through your Saturday. Sunday is a much worse deal.
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…
Today Ubisoft teased the Origin of Pain DLC pack coming to Trials Evolution this fall on XBLA for 400 Microsoft Points.
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!
The gates of hell. An asteroid belt. A few homages to old-school games. The super-talented track-making community busying themselves with RedLynx's latest moto-physics hit have made all of this and more. This new Trials Evo trailer shows off some of the cleverest user-generated levels made with the Xbox 360…
The latest physics-intensive racer from RedLynx features a killer track editing system that lets users build ridiculously intricate environments. As seen on YouTube, one Trials Evo creator paid homage to Bethesda's hit action RPG with a medieval race course. The only thing it's missing are Jarls and Hold Guards. I…
Even though I'm on the record saying that Trials Evolution's soundtrack is so bad it's like they were kidding, the game itself is a blast, and some of the user-generated levels are truly spectacular.
Achievement Hunter's trek through maps of Trials Evolution has recently taken them through a level full of dragons and burning lava. Dragons. Dragons that you drive on top of, and maneuver around to avoid their spits of fire.
It really is impressive what people design in games with open level editors. I'm just sad…
Two men, three hands and a pair of rubber gloves may not sound like a recipe for video game victory. But it is! Until a cruel glitch denies them their massive accomplishment.
How much of a difference does it make for Trials Evolution to have tracks set in the great outdoors? A whole bunch. As great as the tracks in Trials HD were, Evolution's levels open up a whole new plateau of vertigo and surprise. Here, you'll see two of my favorites, Roller Coaster and Sewage Plant.
When a game gets as many things right as Trials Evolution, it's all the more noticeable when it gets something wrong. And man, this game's soundtrack is all wrong.
Microsoft, publisher Ubisoft and developer RedLynx all thought they were ready for the release of Trials Evolution on Xbox Live yesterday. Turns out they weren't.
My time with Trials Evolution got me thinking a lot about human perfectibility. It's essentially the principle that no matter how good a person is at something, given enough will and effort, there's still ostensibly room for them to get even better. That idea seems to be one that developer RedLynx banks on. "Yeah,…
Maybe the insane physics-based racing tracks that come with RedLynx's upcoming Trials sequel won't be enough for you. Maybe you want to pull a 540 in front of one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
You may perhaps remember that racing/platforming/puzzleish XBLA game Trials HD about injuring yourself on a motocross bike. Its sequel, Trials Evolution seems to be even more genre defying.
This trailer for Trials Evolution twists the Darwinian motto into "Survival of the fastest," and truly it does seem that the spring-bound sequel will be a more sophisticated beast.
PC games leak all the time. Even console games eventually turn up on torrent sites once their discs are pressed. But an Xbox Live Arcade game getting out, and one which isn't that close to release, that's a little stranger.