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Trials: Fusion Review

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Welcome to our CHEATfactor Game Review of Trials: Fusion. We review the game and then factor in how the available cheats affect the overall game experience.
 

Reviewed on: PC
Developer: RedLynx
Publisher: Ubisoft
Rated: "E10+" for Everyone 10+

 
CHEATfactor Game Review
by Joe Sinicki
Presentation 8/10 
Backgrounds and environments look remarkably detailed compared to older games and its still as fun as ever to watch the awesome physics engine at work.
Gameplay 7/10 
The physics based engine is a perfect fit for those obsessed with dominating the leaderboards and the twitch style gameplay is incredibly addictive and before you know it, you've been playing for an hour.
Lasting Appeal 7/10 
Fusion features the huge selection of tracks and secrets that we've becomes used to with the Trials series but like in previous games, Fusion gets its real life from the user created tracks and challenges.
Overall 8/10 
The game's real life comes from the user created tracks and challenges. Trials Fusion may no offer much new to the franchise, but it does give you more of what you want, and there's nothing wrong with that.
CHEATfactor 4/10 
 

Trials Fusion is a game made special not by what it is, but by what it can be. Sure, the game features the series trademark physics style gameplay and the usual huge selection of tracks and secrets developed by the team at Red Lynx, but the true lifeblood of the game is the extensive track creation suite and the awesome ideas that come from it. Trials Fusion may not add much to the formula, but it does give fans more of what they want, and that's a very good thing.

 
   

If you've played any of the Trials games before, you'll feel right at home with Fusion. The game is almost criminally easy to pick up and play; you have three main buttons - -forward, backward and lean but it's also deceptively deep. Your goal may be simple, get your motorbike and racer across the finish line in the fastest time possible but there's so much more to Trials, and especially Fusion that it's hard to classify in any certain genre of game. The easiest way? Fusion is an incredibly fun way to play with physics.

It's incredibly fun to go through the tracks created by developers Red Lynx. The developers have honed their craft and know what makes fans of the series happy and they deliver it here in spades; each track is full of cool jumps, obstacles and other elements that make the tracks each feel unique and fun to play. Some of my favorites rely on the future motif, like the platform that slowly raises and then shoots you up wildly into the sky, free to perform flips and other stunts to your hearts content.

Yes, Trials may be easy to pick up and play, but mastering it is a completely different story. The lean mechanic can both be your best friend or your worst enemy since it can mean the difference between sticking a perfect landing or whipping out all over the track. Fusion benefits from that twitch, "one more time" type of gameplay that leaderboard perfectionists love. You'll set out to play a quick game and often find yourself playing for hours if you're not careful, but there are worse things in the world.

 
   

Fusion is also chock-full of secrets that are a ton of fun to explore and play through. Most of these secrets can be found by completing certain tasks or accessing certain sections of the map that normal racers would just buzz by and a lot of them are take offs and nods to other gaming franchises. There's even an Angry Birds section and one that may or may not be based after Super Monkey Ball.

The developers at Red Lynx may have created some tracks that are fun and cater to what fans want from the franchise but like it's predecessors before it, the game's legs truly come from the robust track creation engine and the unique tracks and challenges that comes as a result. I had a lot of fun going through some of the challenges that completely change the feeling and structure of the game. There are some very skilled creators out there and it's great to see what they're creating on a daily basis.

There's really not much new in Trials Fusion - especially if you've played the previous games. Luckily though, it does deliver on the same principles the series always has - easy to access yet incredibly fun and addictive gameplay that's deceptively deep. The game's real life comes from the user created tracks and challenges. Trials Fusion may no offer much new to the franchise, but it does give you more of what you want, and there's nothing wrong with that.

 
 
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CHEATS USED: XBox One Achievements, Playstation 4 Trophies, XBox 360 Achievements
 

As of this writing there are no cheat codes or trainers for Trials Fusion but there are a ton of secrets and hidden areas to find if you know where to look for them.

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