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  • Summary: Supporting multiple players via Wireless multiplayer connectivity, riders can choose from more than 24 highly detailed ATVs as they tear it up in more than 30 unique environments with six distinct terrain types including snow, dirt, mud, ice, water and grass. During both single and multi-player gameplay, gamers are able to see from both first and third-person perspectives as they cruise through visually stunning backgrounds featuring water and mud effects along with fully interactive objects and instances such as ramps, tires, cones and trees. ATV Offroad Fury for PSP provides gamers several gameplay options including a training course, and competitions in several race modes such as race, freestyle, career or any of the various mini-games. [SCEA] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 32
  2. Negative: 3 out of 32
  1. The total package. It's fun, it's involved, and it's portable. Some of you will no doubt have worries that the A.I. may be too challenging or that the career mode may be too time consuming. With regards to those concerns, my only advice is that you cowboy up.
  2. 75
    Packs enough features to rocket it over a dozen lined-up trailer trucks, but the clunky graphics engine and stiff control give it a ramp that's might make you think twice about trying to air over a VW Bug.
  3. Unfortunately, the control isn't anywhere near at tight as the previous PS2 games, and you'll often find yourself overcompensating and weaving around the track. It doesn't ruin the game, but it makes it harder than it was designed to be.
  4. There were times when this game aggravated me so much I wanted to throw down the controller, before I realized I was holding a $250 controller.
  5. 60
    There is plenty of content in the game, but the difficulty level and average controls may mean that most people don't see all that the game has to offer.
  6. 59
    Unless you are a die-hard ATV fan who can put up with frustrating gameplay mechanics, I cannot recommend ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin’ Trails to you.
  7. 40
    Its sloppy controls and poor presentation will likely turn off even some of the most diehard fans of the ATV Offroad franchise.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 9
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 9
  3. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. BillyF.
    May 15, 2005
    This game owns, online is great!
  2. BillL.
    Apr 22, 2005
    Great game, control is fine. I use mostly the d pad for control and its not harder to control than a game like tony hawk or ridge racer. Great multiplayer modes, tons of replay value, graphics are decent-relative to the rest of the handheld world-pretty sweet Expand
  3. DougR.
    Apr 29, 2005
    I'm frankly surprised at the generally average to poor reviews this game is receiving. The complaints about the controls are overblown. Are the reviewers using the correct tires for the track surface type? The online play is the best so far in a game on a handheld. I agree that the framerate is choppy in crashes during races against 3 other opponents but it does not affect the actual racing. It's a tough game, but not any more than so than Wipeout Pure. Due to the online play, I find myself playing this title much more than NFSUR or Wipeout. If you liked the PS2 ATV Offroad Fury games, give this one a shot. Expand
  4. J.Moore
    May 6, 2005
    I really dont see why people hate the controls with this game. At first, it can be frustrating, but overtime you get adjusted to it and it fits really well with the PSP. The super tight controls of the prevoius games are gone, leaving a more drifting, realistic touch to it, rather than cornering supertight everytime. The A.I. can get really tough but it only makes for a more challenging experience. Overall the graphics are incredible for a portable, soundtrack is well put together, and the career offers a lot of depth to it, basically everything the PS2 has. My only complaint is difficulty sometimes. It can get a little difficult in the later times with rhythum sections and controls, just due to the smallness of the controls. Not much of a complaint, but the only thing keeping it from a 10. Expand
  5. M.Webb
    May 14, 2005
    The negative reviews from major sites for this game leave me scratching my head. The framerate is great! Yes, it slows to a crawl during a racing wipeout animation but that only lasts for less than two seconds. Otherwise, the framerate during racing, including cornering, is quite solid. And what the negative reviews do not tell you, is that during Free Run, Hot Laps and Freestyle, when you are the only rider, the framerate goes through the roof and the driving as well as the wipeouts are thirty frames a second or better. The load times are on par with THPS Remix. Overall, Blazin' Trails is challenging to be sure with very realistic physics, but that is what makes it satisfying to play. The depth is astounding. There are tuning and customization options, many tracks, lots of ATV's and gear and a fantastic handlebar cam that looks identical to the one used in ATV Off-Road Fury 2 for the PS2. I have Metal Gear Acid, THPS Remix and Wipeout Pure and this game is superior to all of them. If you like racing games with realism and depth then you won't be dissapointed with Blazin' Trails. Expand
  6. JoeR.
    Jun 18, 2005
    Tightest ATV game EVER, ya herd.
  7. Dom
    May 5, 2005
    I love the atv series. This game does not measure up. The controls are not the greatest, the challenges this game presents just are not worth the time. What I mean is that you have to memoriez, the lay out of the track to suceed in any race, it does not matter how good you are, the tracks are unforgiving. Maybe I am a 30 year old with the attention span of 13 year old , but I'll stick with Ridge Racer for now.....can't wait till SSX comes to the psp. Expand

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