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For those thrill seekers in the audience who like flying through the air clinging to a motorized bucket of metal, flipping about in the hopes that you manage to stick the landing rather than faceplant like a chump, then Trials Fusion is here to make your day. Xbox 360, Xbox One and PS4 owners the world over can try their luck in single player mayhem on a quest to grab a leaderboard top spot.
GamesBeat is reporting that developer RedLynx has confirmed to them that the upcoming Trials Fusion is 1080p and 60fps on the PS4 and a paltry 900p on the Xbox One.
Ubisoft announced Trials Fusion and Trials Frontier at E3 tonight. The two games will allow gamers to enjoy stunt bike action at home as well as on the go.
I know what you kids are into these days: Racing your motorbikes through the streets, doing flippy-doos and pulling off phat tricksters and wicked jumps. It's love of those types of activities that has made the Trials series of games so popular on the Xbox 360 and, now, you can finally dig down into all of that xtreme goodness on the PC with the launch of Trials Evolution: Gold Edition.
Later this month RedLynx will release a new DLC pack for Trials Evolution called Riders of Doom. Instead of being full of holiday cheer, this new content is inspired by the end of the world.
Since Trials Evolution's launch in April, users have created and shared a huge amount of custom tracks. Developer RedLynx has decided to pay tributes to the building community with a trailer highlighting some of the best.
It's Saturday and you can play either Trials Evolution or Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. What do you do? One gamer decided on an unusual solution to the dilemma: create a custom Trials track based on Skyrim.
Redlynx has released a fix for a track ranking bug in Trials Evolution. The sequel's user-created track listing caused various popular courses to vanish from the rankings.
Developer RedLynx has outlined what they believe to be the reasons behind Trials Evolution's success. The game set a record when it sold over 100,000 copies on Xbox Live during launch day.
Trials Evolution, the sequel to 2009 Xbox Live Arcade game Trials HD, has had a record-setting launch. Evolution is said to have sold more than 100,000 copies in a day, making it the highest-grossing XBLA release day ever.
Indie dev Redlynx happens to be a big fan of PlayDead's trippy, minimalist platform game, Limbo. To show their appreciation for the title Redlynx has included some Limbo-inspired levels into their upcoming Trials Evolution.
Xbox 360 owners may receive Trials Evolution, sequel to surprise hit Trials HD, next month. The Xbox Marketplace briefly listed an April release date for RedLynx's platform racing game.
Earlier this week Ubisoft revealed that they had acquired RedLynx, the Finnish developer of Trial HD. RedLynx co-founder and creative director Antti Ilvessuo said in a new interview that Ubisoft wasn't the only publisher interested in buying them.
Worldwide publisher Ubisoft just snatched up one of the hottest Xbox Live Arcade developers around. Today Ubisoft announced their acquisition of RedLynx, the studio best known for their work on the Trials series.
RedLynx revealed a sequel to their well-received Xbox Live Arcade game Trials HD today. Trials Evolution will arrive on XBLA in 2011.