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Trials Rising

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

The game is almost two years old now and this can be considered re-evaluation for new players buying the game.
- Single player gives a good amount of content from easy to extremely hard. Some annoying contracts that not everyone finds interesting, but depending on your skill level it could be required for you to complete some of them if you want the necessary XP to progress.
- Some DLCs are good while some are a regurgitation of the previous games. Have you played one or more of these games then I wouldn't recommend getting these specific DLCs.
- Track central is good, but tracks regularly are one level more difficult than stated.
- Multiplayer seems pretty much dead. Nothing seems to have been done to fix the issues with the way it's made and with few players participating it's difficult getting a match. Players also tend to quit if the game does not go their way, effectively ending the match. (This may not be an issue for console or other regions outside northern europe.)

Review from Steam

Plastered with Ubisoft's bullshit: microtransactions, loot boxes, skinner box progression systems, etc.
BUT, once you get past that stuff (which you can't ever *really* get past; microtransactions line every menu screen), the core gameplay loop of Trials is phenomenal. Incredibly satisfying physics make even the skill floor satisfying and the skill ceiling as high as the stars.

Review from Steam

I am by no means a hardcore Trials player so I'm not too sure what to say about that perspective but as a avid Trials player you can't really go wrong especially with the many many tracks to play. Plus the game has tons of content keeping things fresh and giving plenty of options for sprucing up your bikes and character. I imagine the tutorial lessons will be especially helpful to new players too as it goes into a lot of detail to make sure you can learn all the different skills needed to get through the later stages of the game.

Review from Steam

Note: This is the first trials game I've ever played apart from Trials 1, 2 & 3 on android years ago.
Overview
It is a 2.5D platformer where the controller is a physics based bike that is required to complete a path of ridiculously well designed levels that test you skills whilst providing significant amusement.
Customisation
Cosmetics are an interesting part of the game that includes all of rider's clothes, gear & bike modifications with it's freeform editor that barely works. It's frustrating to use the given editor, thankfully some cosmetics can be bought with in-game currencies from the store. Player also has the option to select from limited option for bikes with varied physics preset. Wheels & bodies of owned bikes can be changed as well, any customisation applied is purely cosmetic.
Gameplay
Gameplay is flexible, smooth & deep. There exists mechanics that need to be studied & mastered. Tutorials provide series of multiple skills as per their difficulty & are well detailed. There's difficulty levels tagged on every map, hard maps cannot be completed consistently without having knowledge of it's mechanics & enough practice. It offers lots of new challenges & I highly praise it even tho I can't do it i.e. In other words, easy to learn hard to master.
The problem comes in progress, I got really confused as to what to do. I kept hitting random floating nodes on the play screen & it loaded me a level. To get to the next set of levels, required some in-game currency that drops like shit unless playing a specific node. It definitely takes longer than it should to progress & eventually resulting in me switching to other games due to it's repetitive nature. The case is similar with multiplayer, it's mostly dead but mainly repetitive. But if you're playing with a friend, occasional co-op can be super fun.
Verdict
Even though I abandoned this game, I see myself coming back to it later. It is actually an amazing game burried under a confusing menu, micro-transactions, loot boxes & more money milking options.
Score:
62/100

Review from Steam

Review from Steam

I like this one as much as the other 2 trials but the menu is kinda confusing

Review from Steam

Would recommend if you enjoy the competition of beating your own times in games.
It's a game that doesn't require much time to enjoy, but you can master it if you commit the time.