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مُساهمةموضوع: اللعبه الاروع الامتعMX vs. ATV: Reflex    الإثنين مارس 28, 2011 4:03 pm

MX Vs ATV Reflex











info from gamespot

MX vs. ATV Reflex Review
A new dual-stick control system breathes life into what is otherwise a well-worn and sometimes frustrating game.

The Good
Intuitive
controls reward skilled riding Tons of races and events on smartly
designed courses Track deformation looks good and really works
.
The Bad
Physics
go bananas sometimes and send you flying off track Disappointing
visuals, especially on the PlayStation 3 Freestyle event judging is
unpredictable.
The MX vs. ATV series seems to not only represent the
battle between motocross bikes and all terrain vehicles, but also the
differences between arcade and simulation racing. The newest entry,
Reflex, attempts to combine the best of both worlds: outlandish tricks
and environments with finely tuned control. The result is a thrilling,
yet flawed racing game. It features intuitive controls and a ton of
content, but it's only worth checking out if you're a racing fan with
patience.


A good start out of the gate can make all the difference.
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Despite
the name of the game, you’ll be driving more than just bikes and quads
in Reflex. You'll also steer UTVs, buggies, and sport trucks through
the game's large collection of races and events. The different vehicles
make for a considerably different experience, depending on what you're
driving and how you have it customized. The options are nice, but the
improvements made to the series aren't as apparent in the larger
vehicles.

Those improvements include track deformation and rider
control. Cosmetically, the deformation is convincing--your tires dig
into the terrain and the dirt they kick up actually piles up into new
mounds--but it doesn't alter gameplay too much, especially if you're in
a larger vehicle. The bikes and ATVs can get tripped up in muddy lines,
but deformation rarely causes wrecks. Still, it's a welcome addition
that inches the series closer to its competitors and makes for a more
realistic racing experience.

The other new addition--the
dual-stick rider control--adds a layer of strategy to the series. You
control your vehicle with the left stick and your rider with the right
stick. You can lean into turns, lean back to preload for a jump, or
lean forward to climb hills or right your bike in mid-air. You also use
the stick to execute tricks by flicking it in different directions
while in the air. The system is intuitive and satisfying once you get
the hang of it, and it also addresses a problem that plagued the last
game: constant wipeouts. When you land a little wonky from a jump, a
green arrow will flash on the screen; if you press the direction
quickly, your rider regains his balance. You'll likely end up playing
this racer in the same way you'd play a first-person shooter--both
thumbs on the sticks making constant, quick adjustments. It might feel
a little weird at first and requires a greater level of attention
because you have to keep your eyes on the terrain, as well as your
rider, but it's a rewarding system when everything works correctly.

Unfortunately,
things don't always work correctly in MX vs. ATV Reflex. Kinks in the
physics system can lead to some unpredictable, chaotic rides. There are
times when everything syncs up so that you're rhythmically soaring over
muddy ramps, as well as leaning into turns like a true MX pro, which is
both satisfying and fun. Then, you'll hit a random little bump or piece
of scenery and your hefty vehicle will tumble around the track like a
tissue box down a flight of stairs. This inconsistency can be intensely
frustrating, especially when it happens at the end of a close race. The
sharp controls help a bit, but even after you master them, you'll still
have to battle an occasional violent gravitational oddity.


A new deformation system makes this track bumpier the second time around.
Some
of the game's courses are more treacherous than others when it comes to
physics freak-outs. The outdoor waypoint races, in which you race
through the open wilderness to reach checkpoints before your opponents,
are the worst thanks to some dangerously uneven terrain and road
hazards. At times, you'll feel like you're barely in control as your
vehicle ricochets off trees, logs, and other drivers. Other courses,
like the guided organic tracks through the mountains or the more
traditional dirt tracks, are easier to handle and, consequently, more
fun to play. Those courses feature smart designs with challenging
elevation changes, as well as surprising twists and turns. Even without
a minimap, you'll rarely get lost on the large, lengthy tracks.

You've
got a bevy of racing options to keep you busy throughout the lengthy
career. These include elimination races, time trials, trick
competitions, a free ride mode that lets you cruise around an open
environment to take on different ********-based goals, and more. The
variety of events and vehicles keeps the racing fresh, even when some
environments are reused. The freestyle trick events have improved since
the last game, thanks to the intuitive trick controls, but the judging
needs work. Instead of just assigning a score based on your tricks,
you're judged across four categories: difficulty, execution, flow, and
variety. It's a novel system that takes a holistic approach to judging
your performance, but like the physics, it's inconsistent. Sometimes
you'll pull off an unbelievable stunt and your score won't budge. At
other times, you'll land two out of 10 tricks and ride away in first
place. It's a good thing there are a ton of other events available
because this one needs some more tweaking.

You can compete in
all of the events online with up to 12 people or three others with
split-screen multiplayer. The multiplayer-only minigames--Snake and
Tag--seem to be getting the most play time. Snake is a Tron-like game
that has you trying to box in your competitors with a colored stream,
while Tag is a game of keep-away where the person to reach the end of
his allotted "it" time, which runs down while in possession of a
weird-looking giant flaming head, wins. Both games can be a blast to
play when a dozen players are frantically ramping up and down the
environment trying to outrun and outdrive each other.

Reflex is
not a particularly good looking game on either system, with blurry,
low-res textures that are distracting in the open world tracks. The
track deformation is a pretty addition, but there are better looking
alternatives, especially for the Playstation 3, where the game looks
considerably worse. The textures are grainier, and they tend to get
drawn in slower, sometimes right under your wheels, and background
objects like trees and fans often pop in just as you pass them. The PS3
version also suffers from a spotty frame rate. It's a bummer to crest
over a huge jump only to see blotchy scenery stutter into view below
you. Load times are also longer on the PS3 version. It's not bad before
race events since the game lets you drive around an arena and practice
some tricks while it loads, but they'll slow you down in the menus when
you're trying to customize a vehicle. The one positive standout is the
rider animation, which reacts fluidly and realistically to your
commands.


ATVs feel a bit more squirrely than you remember.
The
sound doesn't offer much variety. The engine sounds differ between
vehicles, but not between models, so when you're close to other racers
using the same vehicles, it just sounds like one deafening engine roar.
The musical set list is filled with hard rock and screaming vocals. If
that's not your favorite genre, you might want to plug in some of your
own tunes.

MX vs. ATV Reflex takes the series two steps forward
and one step back. The new controls, terrain deformation, and plethora
of events make it a fun, often-exciting racer. But the squirrely
physics sometimes throw water on the fire, leaving you frustrated and
annoyed. If you can put up with the occasional gravity hiccup and poor
visuals, though, there's a ton of quality MX and ATV action available
here




info from ign

MX
vs. ATV Reflex marks the highly anticipated return of the best-selling
off-road racing franchise and features the all-new Rhythm Racing 2.0
physics engine, Rider Reflex control system and real-time terrain
deformation. The Rider Reflex control system provides unparalleled
precision and fluidity by separating machine steering from body
positioning, which allows the independently controlled rider to shift
his weight, perform death-defying stunts and avoid potentially
devastating wrecks. Unprecedented terrain deformation creates
ever-changing courses as off-road vehicles carve lines and deep ruts
that have a real-time impact on gameplay and remain persistent through
the full length of each race.
Genre: Racing
Publisher: THQ
Developer: Rainbow Studios
Release Date: December 01, 2009
MSRP: $59.99
Also on: X360, DS, PSP

























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SYSTEM - REQ




MX vs. ATV: Reflex Minimum System Rquirements

MX vs. ATV Unleashed Tech Info
Publisher:
THQ
Developer:
Rainbow Studios
Genre:
Rally / Offroad Racing
Release Date:
Jan 16, 2006(more)
ESRB:
EVERYONE
ESRB Descriptors:
Mild Lyrics
Game Information
Connectivity:
Online, System Link
Resolution:
1080i
Special Controllers:
Headset
Customization:
Custom Soundtracks
Offline Modes:
Competitive
Online Modes:
Competitive
Number of Players:
1-2
Number of Online Players:
6 Online
Operating System:
Windows 2000/XP
Minimum System Requirements
System:
, 1.2 GHz Intel Pentium III or *****alent
RAM:
256 MB
Video Memory:
32 MB
Hard Drive Space:
1200 MB
Recommended System Requirements
System:
2.4 Ghz Intel Pentium 5 or *****alent
RAM:
512 MB
Video Memory:
64 MB
Hard Drive Space:
1200 MB
Technical Support
Visit THQ web site at: THQ Language select




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