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6:30 PM on 07.29.2014

Ride hard and crash harder in the new Trials Fusion DLC

RedLynx's Trials Fusion gets an injection of Borderlands flavor today, as the game's first add-on takes players to the outskirts of society where rogues reside in the wastelands. Titled Riders of the Rustlands, the...

Brett Makedonski


Updated! Panel details revealed:

Hironobu Sakaguchi Reflection: Past, Present, Future of RPGs

The father of Final Fantasy, Hironobu Sakaguchi, has announced his PAX Prime 2014 panel where he will discuss his history developing role-playing games, along with revealing more about his new RPG, Terra Battle. Find out more info at PAX Prime website.




4:30 PM on 07.24.2014

Trials Fusion passes one million sales

I liked Trials Fusion quite a bit, but I didn't stick with it for long. Been meaning to get back in there to see what the community of track creators has been up to -- impressive things, I'm sure. RedLynx released an update t...

Jordan Devore

1:30 PM on 07.02.2014

Trials Fusion rides to the Rustlands on July 29

Hey, you have that Trials Fusion season pass yet? It's your ticket to keep riding your cute little bike across absurdly dangerous locales. The first guided tour takes place later this month, and there may even be some mu...

Brett Makedonski

2:00 PM on 06.18.2014

Trials Fusion's first update makes it even more competitive

Games in the Trials franchise have a way of bringing out the unbridled competitiveness in people. Knowing that you're just a tenth of a second off of a friend's score, you might play the same track over and over to make ...

Brett Makedonski



Review: Trials Fusion photo
Review: Trials Fusion
by Jordan Devore

There's nothing quite like Trials and, after several games in the popular racing/platforming series, fans know what to expect from developer RedLynx: more of the same.

Yes, there will be a stupid, amazing theme song you'll hate yourself for letting get stuck in your head. There will also be moments of immense frustration made bearable by the eventual satisfaction of clearing that one particularly devious obstacle. And there will be bitter leaderboard rivalries as you fight to shave milliseconds off your best times.

Trials Fusion represents all of these things, and more -- occasionally to its detriment.

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5:30 PM on 03.25.2014

Trick-filled new trailer for Trials Fusion

Ubisoft has released this new trailer for Trials Fusion, with a look at some of the flips, grabs and holds possible with the game's new FMX trick system. Trials may not have needed more ways to screw up a landing, but t...

Conrad Zimmerman

2:30 PM on 03.24.2014

Trials Frontier to arrive on iOS April 10

Trials Frontier, the first mobile version of RedLynx's acrobatic motorcycle series, now has a release date of April 10 for iOS devices. An Android launch of the free-to-play racing title will arrive at a later, as yet undisc...

Conrad Zimmerman

2:00 PM on 03.20.2014

Trials Fusion will be late on PC, but there's a beta soon

Originally slated for an April 16, 2014 launch across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC, Trials Fusion is now going to be a bit late on the latter platform. It's a Ubisoft game, after all. The new date for PC is April...

Jordan Devore

9:00 PM on 09.25.2013

MotoHeroz races to Android, goes free-to-play on iOS

Late in the Wii's life, Trials developer RedLynx released MotoHeroz on the console, which was similar to the legendary motorcycle platformer, but a bit simpler and more focused on party style multiplayer. The following year, ...

Darren Nakamura

9:30 AM on 09.10.2013

Here's a better look at Trials Frontier

Trials Frontier was announced during Ubisoft's E3 press conference and here's our first real look at the game. Surprise, it looks like a Trials game. This one has a wild west setting thing going on, which is kind of funny gi...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

4:00 PM on 05.20.2013

This custom Trials Evolution track boggles the mind

When Trials Evolution released last year, I played around with the level editor enough to see huge potential in it and also to understand that I could never personally tap into that potential. Thankfully, there are people li...

Darren Nakamura





6:30 PM on 01.17.2013

Trials Evolution: Gold Edition finds home on PC in March

RedLynx is finally returning to PC after a well-received stint on Xbox Live Arcade with Trials HD and Trials Evolution. On March 21, 2013, Trials Evolution: Gold Edition -- which includes all tracks from the prior title recr...

Jordan Devore

8:00 PM on 12.05.2012

Trials Evolution 'Riders of Doom' DLC drops soon

RedLynx has another piece of downloadable content on the way for its rage-inducing Trials Evolution, and it's running with the whole "end of the world" theme. Priced at 400 Microsoft Points, Riders of Doom will further expan...

Jordan Devore

6:00 PM on 10.05.2012

Trials Evolution gets 36 more tracks in 'Origin of Pain'

When downloadable content was announced for Trials Evolution, I got nervous. The last thing I want to do right now is go back to see how badly my times are performing on the leaderboards, especially knowing that there's noth...

Jordan Devore

9:00 PM on 04.23.2012

Trials Evolution sets new record for day-one XBLA sales

The people at Ubisoft who made the decision to pick up Trials developer RedLynx probably had a pretty terrific weekend. It was recently revealed that Trials Evolution broke the record for "highest grossing day-one sales" amon...

Jordan Devore



Review: Trials Evolution photo
Review: Trials Evolution
by Jordan Devore

When I reviewed Trials HD back in 2009, I wasn't so sure the game would see the level of success I and other fans felt it deserved. Those concerns were ultimately unwarranted, as it now sits among the all-time best-selling titles available for Xbox Live Arcade. Better yet, RedLynx was able to create a follow-up.

As the name would indicate, Trials Evolution isn't so much a fundamentally new game as it is an extension of everything we've come to love (and hate) about its predecessor. That said, don't go into this expecting little more than a few new features and a fresh coat of paint.

After playing through the first few levels, you'll understand why the new content warranted another full installment.

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