• Publisher: SCEA
  • Release Date: Oct 31, 2006
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  • Summary: Select your favorite ATV, or for the first time in franchise history, MX Bikes, Buggies, and Trophy Trucks to race through 72 tenacious tracks on six different continents en route to the checkered flag. Featuring an all-new story mode, players will be able to live the life of a rookie riderSelect your favorite ATV, or for the first time in franchise history, MX Bikes, Buggies, and Trophy Trucks to race through 72 tenacious tracks on six different continents en route to the checkered flag. Featuring an all-new story mode, players will be able to live the life of a rookie rider and earn a path to the ranks of professional racer. Players will experience the drama and intensity of realistic offroad racing with increasingly difficult race challenges and events all tied together with engaging, story-driven Full Motion Videos (FMVs). ATV Offroad Fury 4 adds cross communication capabilities with ATV Offroad Fury Pro for the PSP (PlayStationPortable) system, including vehicle exchanges and upgrades, shared online communities, and the ability to share user created circuits. Adding to the selection of classic ATVs, more than 30 new vehicles are available to race including MX bikes, buggies, and trophy trucks. Extensive vehicle customization provides players the chance to upgrade a vehicle's suspension, engine, gearbox, exhaust, intake, and brakes. New Cross-Connection Compatibility with ATV Offroad Fury Pro for PSP – Players are now able to share customized circuits, exchange and upgrade vehicles, and access chat rooms and newsgroups with the upcoming ATV Offroad Fury Pro for PSP. [SCEA] Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 26 out of 36
  2. Negative: 0 out of 36
  1. Immense racing. You get 4 different vehicle types, over 70 tracks plus a track editor, robust online modes and even a story mode for those that want it. All of this is wrapped up in an attractive package that runs well, controls very smoothly and plyas like it looks.
  2. 85
    A perfect example of this fact, not only is it the best game so far in this underrated series it's also one of the most enjoyable racing games around at the moment for any console.
  3. Official Playstation 2 Magazine UK
    80
    A confident end to the PS2 ATV series. [Sept 2007, p.88]
  4. It’s exciting, has a wonderful trick system, excellent courses, and all the addictive content the series is known for. It’s more of the same, and for the third time running. But unlike other series that just love to repeat themselves, this one is still really good.
  5. Games Master UK
    74
    Despite strong competition this still has enough under the bonnet to warrant playing it. [Apr 2008, p.65]
  6. GamePro
    60
    This game probably won't appeal to new fans but it has more than enough to keep die-hard mud flingers satisffied. [Dec. 2006, p.119]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 3
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 3
  3. Negative: 0 out of 3
  1. Sep 5, 2016
    10
    I've been playing this game since i was 5 years old when it first came out it will always be my all time favorites its higher up then offroadI've been playing this game since i was 5 years old when it first came out it will always be my all time favorites its higher up then offroad fury 2 thay were the best ones in the game series Expand
  2. jonahkuhn
    Oct 31, 2006
    10
    I don't have one of my own butI don't have one of my own but
    I don't have one of my own but I play your games all the time and I abbsoullutly love love lovvvvve ummm! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
    oh iam 11 years old and my birthday just so happens to be on november 21. thanks for makeing such wounderfull games for all of the people in the united states to play with honor. someone I love passed away from my hands hold on to and hug every beautiful second I saw his eyes, my beautiful careing peaceful dad is who I'm telling you about. He died slowly from a heart breaking moment of a painful desie for me to have to see my only fauther die from the desise called the luegarrick desies. sincerally your friend from Indiana, Jonah christian paul kuhn.
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  3. Feb 21, 2020
    9
    This is not only a very good ATV racing game, it is also a great dirt bike raver, one of the only buggy racing games on the PS2 and one of theThis is not only a very good ATV racing game, it is also a great dirt bike raver, one of the only buggy racing games on the PS2 and one of the best 4x4 offroad racing games on the PS2 (as the competition is not very great and Ford Offroad, 4x4 Evo 1&2 and Testdrive Offroad Wide Open all are at best mediocre).
    I like it much more than ATV Offroad Fury 3, especially because of the much more moderate difficulty: I am challenged but able to sometimes win a race from the start whereas at Fury 3 I got frustrated too often. But also the many different vehicle types, the better graphics, the improved controles put Fury 4 in front of Fury 3.
    There is one single spot, where Fury 3 is better than Fury 4, and that is the reason why I keep number 3: At ATV Offroad Fury 3 you have the possibility of freeroaming without any timelimits, a great relaxing exploration experience, which ATV Offroad Fury 4 abolished. There you only can do "missions" like reaching 15 green spots within 2:45 minutes, then the game is stopped and you have to restart from the beginning. So annoying! Why didn't the developers understand that we gamers sometime want just to drive around without any time limit or specific mission? Okay, since the open world games starting at PS2, but becoming many and great at PS3 they DID understand.
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#45 Most Shared PS2 Game of 2006