MX vs ATV: Reflex (Xbox 360)
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- RIDER REFLEX: Battle for position with new independent rider and vehicle control
- Wreck avoidance system lets you wrestle your ride back from the verge of catastrophe - if you can
- TERRAIN: Real-time deformation continuously changes the track beneath you with every lap. Dig up the track and force the competition to carve a new race line.
- New terrain engine provides unprecedented driving surface detail never achieved in any other racing game.
- STUNTS: Dual controls let you tear it up with death-defying stunts and high-flying freestyle action.
- Intuitive gestures in the Fluid -Motion System lets you push the limits to pull off the most extreme stunts ever. VEHICLES: New event specific MX bikes, ATVS, pro buggies and trucks
- Flaunt your latest battle scars as truck body panels shatter and break away. MULTIPLAYER: The mayhem never ends as you string together your own series of events.
- Streamlined 12 player multiplayer interface lets you challenge your friends and brings players of all skill levels together with competitive mini-game.
- LICENSE: 2010 Official sponsor of AMA supercross
- # Off-road event in the world!
- Over 750k attendees
- National CBS broadcast.
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- Platform: Xbox 360
- Media: Video Game
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- Pull off the sickest tricks - Get big air and push the limits of freestyle.
- Test your reflexes - Experience total control of both rider and bike with new rider reflex
- Leave your mark - Dig up the terrain as the track changes with every lap.
Players 1-2 (Online multiplayer 2-12)
BECOME THE RIDER. Dual controls let you tear it up with death-defying stunts and high-flying freestyle action. Grip tight and hang on, off-road gaming has been redefined.
LEAVE YOUR MARK. Battle for position and avoid catastrophic disaster as you blitz through motocross mayhem. Fight for traction and dig up the track to force the competition to carve new race lines.
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Reflex invests in a brand new control system, the left thumbstick controls the basic movement of the bike, while the right thumbstick controls the driver's movement on the bike. So if you are turning left, by turning both thumbsticks further to the left, the quicker and sharper the turn will be. This can also make sharp turns easier, and controls your speed while going over bumps. For example if you are approaching a big jump. When you are about to take off, pull down both sticks to get maximum height, and then push both forward equally to level the driver out for a smooth landing.
The controls takes some time to get used to, however if you are about to fall off your bike, you will get an on-screen prompt telling you which way to move the right thumbstick before you fall off. It's all very well planned, and pretty much perfectly executed and it really does add to the atmosphere of driving the real thing.
Reflex also boasts a new trick system. By jumping off a ramp as explained above, you can then press the LB button down while moving the right thumbstick three times in any mix of directions to perform an airborne stunt. You can usually string two together without crashing down, but the faster you go, the more you can string.Read more ›
Brilliant! The new game in the MX -v- ATV series has surpassed expectations, and is amazing fun to play, with so many choices of vehicle, track etc. Would definitely recommend this one to anyone.
Overall a great game which I have played hours on both on my own and with my son in multiplayer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Having had a dirt bike game on the ps2 then the ps2 broke so i up graded to 360 i was looking every where when found this the game is very good and well worth buyingPublished 14 months ago by dragonfire4
Used to play the hell outa this, then lost it, so got it again and just as happy with it, just a shame more people aren't online with it.Published 16 months ago by Anthony Hart