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Trials Rising

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Explore over-the-top action and physics-bending motorcycle racing in Trials Rising, the latest edition of the Trials franchise. All new features, more competitions, and more tracks mean new challenges! Ride challenging tracks around the world – from the Great Wall of China and New York City to the Eiffel Tower and everywhere in between. With the new hilarious Tandem Bike mode, partner with a friend and try to control one bike with two riders. From your local backyard to worldwide stadiums, defeat all your opponents online and rise to glory. Create unique levels in Track Central using hundreds of different components. The possibilities are endless – and so is the fun!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

As typical, Ubisoft tried to milk their somewhat successful brand trials as much as possible. Uplay required (now Ubisoft Connect), DLC season pass, micro transactions, payed track packs, payed cosmetics. you name it.
Though for some reason they accidentally built an extremely good core gameplay into trials rising. So if you're like me able to ignore all the annoying feats and like to grind the tracks on ninja difficulty for days till you got the skill to complete'em, I recommend it.

Review from Steam

This is one of my favorites.
Extremely addictive. A ton of fun to play. But I am absolutely amazed at the contrast between an incredibly fun game with a multi-player system so horribly designed that it's almost as if the person who made it wanted the game to fail.

Review from Steam

:3

Review from Steam

Why does everything have to be online? It's a decent game, it really is quite fun, has lots of easter eggs, packs a good challenge in later levels, that is if you can navigate trough the confusing level select, you get used to it eventually but at first it's awful. Music is something not everyone will like no matter what you choose, you won't be able to satisfy everyone, just listen to your own if you don't like it. Runs fine and didn't encounter any bugs or anything. Level design is really good in my opinion. I feel like there's a lack of bikes for a bike game, and you do need to unlock a lot of them they're not available from the gecko, but what you do get, you can customise a lot. Just requires you to buy those items and or get lucky with loot boxes. Loot boxes are a thing, but none of it's content is exclusive so you can get everything, it just requires time. All in all, a decent bike game, but what kills it a lot is the required online, it makes the load times longer, adds unnecessary player shadows to compare your driving with other players, wish you could at least toggle that. But at the end of the day, for like 20$ or cheaper during a sale, for the amount of content it has, it might be worthwhile.

Review from Steam

Beautiful.
I've been a Trials Fan since Trials HD on the Xbox. To see this game flourish to the outer beauty it has today is amazing.
I feel its lost its Magic though. I don't mean its got boring, i honestly can't say for sure what its lost over the years but its something that made it feel incredibly satisfactory to complete each stage.
Still, Highly recommend Trials to anyone interested in this category <3

Review from Steam

Very challenging and very fun with loads of content to do.
Just when you think you are getting good at the game, you try a Ninja Level 1 and get yo ass handed to you. You go back to extremes defeated thinking you'll never pass one. You go back and try the Ninja track again because you reaaaallly want to complete just one more checkpoint, one more PB. You timeout or move on because you are defeated. More hours pass in the game you go back to that one track you think will hold you back forever. You crush it this time. You are happy, safe, and comfy. You start passing more Ninja Level 1s. You think you are getting good. Best at the game. You are proud of your 50 fault 8 minute run. You check the leaderboards and would you look at that, its GT4 with another 0 fault 30 second clear. You stare in awe at the replay reminded of just how far away these players are. Nevertheless you keep playing Level 1s, you pass more and more. You think you are legendary. You see Level 2s on Ninja Central. You think to yourself, "It's only one level higher how hard can it really be?" You try a level 2 for the first time. You stare at CP0 for 20 minutes after trying to jump over one box...just barely out of reach. So close you can feel the back tire catching hold and clearing the obstacle. You give up. You go back to Level 1s, to safety. To the place you know home...Congratulations you just completed one end game loop of this game.
Then diamonds. GL It's one of the hardest achievements in gaming.

Review from Steam

Spent in total around 1500 tries on a single obstacle on ninja difficulty.

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