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Pure (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
4.4 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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  • Choose among a variety of male and female character riders
  • Race against deft A.I. opponents or online players (up to 16-player multiplayer)
  • Take part in frenetic races and freestyle competitions all over the world
  • Developed by award winning development team Black Rock
  • Pro rider Wes Miller, founder of H-Bomb Films, known for showcasing his team's incredible stunts is advisor to the development team to assure the game adheres to the sport's culture and authenticity but still allows creative liberties
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B001910ITC
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 23 g
  • Release Date: 26 Sept. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,182 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:Xbox 360

Thrill seekers will be racing against skilled rivals and performing gravity defying aerial tricks in Pure, an extreme sports off-road racing videogame. Pure takes off-road racing to a new level. Featuring vertigo-inducing massive aerial jumps and spectacular airborne tricks in photo-realistic real-world locations all over the globe, Pure delivers heart-pounding experiences unique to the genre.

  • Choose among a variety of male and female character riders
  • Race against deft A.I. opponents or online players (up to 16-player multiplayer)
  • Take part in frenetic races and freestyle competitions all over the world
  • Developed by award winning development team Black Rock
  • Pro-rider Wes Miller, founder of H-Bomb Films, known for showcasing his team's incredible stunts is adviser to the development team to assure the game adheres to the sport's culture and authenticity but still allows creative liberties


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By J. Hull on 29 Sept. 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
So I got this game a few days ago and have been thrashing on it for quite a few hours now, and my impressions of it are very good indeed. The first thing that struck me about the game was that it was completely undemanding, and yet challenging, leaving you with a deep satisfaction - mainly due to the fact that the game is just fun. Fun in the pure meaning of the word. It's one of those games you can just pick up and play for half an hour and just have fun. However, there's also this other aspect to the game which will draw you in over time. An aspect that's very in-depth and logical.

The main part of the game is the world tour allowing you to go all over the world to different countries ranging from Italy to America to New Zealand - over all sorts of different terrains - from grass, to mud, to sand, concrete and more. This mode has you going from track to track simultaneously within the engine category - be it the begining D class engines, slwly building up the extremely fast A and S class engines. As it is, the game slowly gets more and more challenging as you move higher up the ranks and higher up the engine categorys. Before you can start your world tour, you have to create your vehicle. This is no simple creation ranging from a few choice parts and putting them together. The entire bike can be changed and modified ranging from the suspension, bars, wheels, tires, hubs, fans, rests, seat, design, aesthetic cosmetics and everything else. The whole bike has to be made from scratch. On the initial start-up your choice is limited to what you can have - all the different pieces have different effects on how your vehicle performs in the different areas - whether it's tricks, handling, boost, speed, acceleration, etc.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
"Pure" is an ATV-racing game, but it is not a simulator, as you can perform stunts in the game that would be either stupidly dangerous or impossible in real life (hence the warning when you first load the game not to imitate the tricks depicted within).

Before you race you must go to the Garage and use one of the available ATV slots (you can unlock more in the World Tour mode as you progress) to build a vehicle from the ground up using various parts. Different combinations and parts will affect things such as handling, speed, acceleration and how adept the ATV is at performing tricks, whereas other parts (such as the style of handlebars or even the shape, colour and motifs on the ATV) are purely cosmetic. You can either design an ATV part by part manually, or you can do a Quick Race or Quick Freestyle design where the console picks a part for you depending on the discipline you are designing for. You can amend your designs at any point between races, so if you unlock new parts or different upgrades then you can apply them to any ATV by visiting the Garage.

There are three race disciplines in "Pure": Race, Sprint and Freestyle. In Race mode you simply race against opponents while making the most of jumps to perform tricks to fill up the Thrill Bar on the right. To do a trick you simply press A (or B or Y once the Thrill Bar is high enough) together with any direction on the Left Stick, and you can preload a jump by holding down on the Left Stick then pressing up just as you leave the ground; this will give you more height, and thus more time to perform tricks. You can also use the X button to give your ATV a speed boost, although doing so depletes your Thrill Bar. You also lose some of your Thrill Bar every time you crash.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Pure is brilliant fun. Load times are short. Graphically it's superb and there are no noticeable framerate issues or glitches. There's some banging music too!

The game begins with the same introduction as the demo, where you have to do a lap, perform a trick, boost and so on. Once you've completed that (which you only do once of course, not every time like in the demo!) you're taken to the main menu. Getting started is a breeze. There are tons of customisation options for building a vehicle, or you can just hold down either X or Y to automatically build either a speed racer or a trick racer. It's a great option for people who can't be bothered selecting individual components, but the depth is still there for those that want it.

The trick system is more complex than I first imagined, as you not only build up juice to activate the X and Y button tricks, but you can also use either shoulder button as well to do variations. Tap the analogue stick either up or down twice and you'll do a full somersault. I think they got the balance just right between tricks and boosting. It sounds cliched to say it, but Pure really is one of those games that's easy to pick up and play, but hard to master.

There are a few game modes. I got to try the world tour mode, where you race against the AI opponents, unlocking more tracks, vehicle parts and events as you go. That was great fun. I tried another mode (can't remember the name) where I was driving around the course trying to string together as many tricks as possible to build up points. That was good fun. I didn't get to try the online play, but I believe you can have up to 16 people racing at the same time.
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