|Bumping this to add to the view that the 4/10 from EG was extra harsh. Yes, it's only an echo of what Trials did but it's still very decent and a ton of fun to play.|
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I'm quite enjoying this - didn't expect to at all, as I usually find these trial and error games too frustrating.
Not sure how often I'll stick it out, but the "just one more try" style reminds me of the BMX event in California Games, back on my Lynx. I think if this was Joe Danger it'd have a bit more charm, but as it stands it's a decent game for free on PSN+ - 4/10 seems very harsh.
FatSternKikwi 1,472 posts
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How many stars do you need for the last world to unlock? Dont think I can manage much more so was thinking of deleting it for space.
Gave this a bash after getting frustrated with Killzone and am enjoying it quite a lot. I'm no pro - usually 3-4 stars - but it's decent fun and well worth the £0 I paid for it
It was the few pounds I paid. good fun
aros 4,260 posts
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Tried this a few weeks after downloading a couple of weeks after it went free and was very pleasantly surprised.
I don't think I'll be replaying to max stars or push onto the final couple of worlds but what I have played I've really enjoyed - it's a LOT better than reviews had me thinking it would be. The collapsing environments were exciting and I would recommend this as a sale purchase even if it wasn't free.
Framerate didn't bother me at all and seemed stable although I may have imagined that was a problem with this game.
Glad it went free and would happily pay a couple of quid to unlock all levels if DLC was available so I was able to try them all without the time investment. It would have made a lot of financial sense for the team behind this to have that up before it went free as i reckon they could have made PS+ very profitable for them.
@aros - Agree. I now just need a few more stars unlock the final stages and have enjoyed it in the main, although it can be pretty frustrating at times.
I've had no technical issues whatsoever and I'd definitely rate it as a solid 7/10. Worth picking up cheap
All stages and challenges completed. That's me done. On to Limbo
Really struggling with some of the last remaining stars in each environment.
The first one I've completed, but on the second environment on the Stormrider stunt level I just can't seem to earn enough points to get five stars. On my very best run I was 300 points short - I think I'm falling short on the rotation obstacle as that seems to be the only one I do where the rider guy doesn't comment on it.
Same deal with the Under Pressure stunt level from the third environment - I'm struggling to get three stars, so I'm well short there.
Anyone got any hints for those levels?
willvilliers 1 posts
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I really enjoyed this game too and agree that the 4/10 score from Eurogamer was harsh Completed the PS3 version to 100% and got all the money bags so hoping for some DLC additions.
My only criticism really are the bugs in the leaderboards. They were pointed out months ago on the official UTF forum but the developers have yet to fix them, and it doesn't look like they intend to either. Puts me off wanting to compete for world records when bugs in the game result in world record times like "0:-1" That leaves me with nothing left to compete for, so what's the point in playing again?
Considering it only cost me £11.99 though I'm very happy with the purchase. Spent £50 on GTAV and was bored within a day or two but have played UTF for an hour or so each day for the last month and I'm craving more.
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