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RedLynx's acclaimed Trials Evolution has a rival: meet its PlayStation Vita lookalike, Urban Trials.
An impossibly convoluted riddle hidden away within acclaimed Xbox Live Arcade stuntbike epic Trials HD has finally been laid bare by developer RedLynx.
Life at Trials HD developer RedLynx won't change now that it's a part of the Ubisoft family, according to co-founder and creative director Antti Ilvessuo, other than the fact that it will have more time to devote to making great games.
Trials HD developer RedLynx is now owned by Ubisoft, the French publisher has announced.
Trials HD has a successor: Trials Evolution for Xbox Live Arcade.
Evolution goes outside, swapping warehouse interiors for fresh air and a pretty day and night cycle.
Crucially, Evolution introduces a track sharing hub called Track Central. That means no more editing Friends Lists to get the latest community-made treasures thank goodness.
Super-duper Xbox Live Arcade stunt bike game Trials HD has passed 2 million sales, maker RedLynx has announced.
That number includes sales of Trials HD and the Big Pack and Big Thrills expansions.
Those sales cement Trials HD as one of the best ever selling games on the Live Arcade platform. And so it should be, after earning 9/10 on Eurogamer.
Limbo, Shadow Complex and Castle Crashers are among the titles featuring in a one off Xbox Live Arcade sale later this week.
The XBLA triple-pack containing Limbo, Trials HD and 'Splosion Man now has a UK release date of 13th May.
Formerly download-only indie gems Limbo, Trials HD and 'Splosion Man are to get a full US retail release in a forthcoming Xbox Live Arcade triple pack.
Sublime Xbox Live Arcade motorbike game Trials HD will drop in price by two-thirds tomorrow.
Big Thrills, the second downloadable add-on for Trials HD, will be released on 1st December.
The forthcoming Big Thrills DLC pack won't be the last gamers see of Trials HD, RedLynx has hinted.
Following news that Microsoft will soon be releasing Kinect development tools to independent studios, Eurogamer has asked a number of indies whether they are interested in developing for Kinect.
The Eurogamer Expo 2010 will host an official Trials HD tournament that will crown one of you the best player in the land - well, the UK.
Xbox Live Arcade game Trials HD has sold over a million copies, Finnish creator RedLynx has announced.
RedLynx told us back in March that it had sold over one million pieces of "content" - over 825,000 copies of Trials HD at 1200 MSP (£10.20 / $14) a pop, and over 185,000 copies of the Big Pack DLC at 400 MSP (£3.40 / €4.65) apiece.
But this announcement relates to Trials HD only, and the "over a million" figure does not include sales of the Big Pack.
Trials HD creator RedLynx has another big project in development besides the newly announced WiiWare game MotoHeroz.
Finnish developer RedLynx has revealed a second add-on for Trials HD called Big Thrills.
Xbox Live Arcade tour de force Trials HD has been discounted to 800 Microsoft Points (£6.80/€9.60). That's a saving of 400 MSP (£3.40/€4.80).
The Xbox 360 community has voted Trials HD as Best Overall Arcade Game released in 2009 on XBLA.
RedLynx has sold over one million pieces of content on Xbox Live.
That's over 825,000 copies of Trials HD at 1200 MSP (£10.20/$14) a pop, and over 185,000 copies of the Big Pack DLC at 400 MSP (£3.40/€4.65) apiece. Drinks on them!
GamerBytes correlates the sales data by painstakingly analysing leaderboards for each game, because these generally tell you how many people are playing.
RedLynx has revealed the three new Trials HD Achievements arriving as part of the BIG Pack DLC. And that's due, remember, on 23rd December for 400 Microsoft Points (£4.80/€9.60).
RedLynx has pulled back the curtain and exposed the now dated and priced Trials HD BIG Pack downloadable add-on.
Inside are 23 new courses to hop around on and they focus on the medium and hard tiers - the "sweet spot", the developer told us. They are split into 12 medium, 9 hard and 2 extreme.
Each has been built to focus on the new objects added to the editor. On our visit to Finland to visit RedLynx we saw a space-themed level that simulated zero-gravity by using the new wind-gust object. We were shown another level where players must stay atop a moving monster truck, which highlighted the new rolling car model.
Microsoft has finally announced a release date for the Trials HD DLC dubbed BIG Pack.
RedLynx has announced that Trials HD has passed 300,000 sales after barely a month on sale.
At 1200 Microsoft Points (£10.20 / 14.40), that's over three million quid. Hey good-lookin'!
"It's a remarkable and proud moment for us to have Trials HD as one of the highest-ranked games among Xbox Live Arcade users, and one of the best-selling Xbox Live Arcade games this year," said RedLynx boss Tero Virtala.
Microsoft reckons that it's king of the hill when it comes to downloadable games, following a period that saw a 200 per cent boost in sales compared to last summer.
Trials HD mastermind RedLynx is working on new content for the XBLA game right now.
Microsoft is offering 800 MSP (£6.80 / €9.60 / $10) cash-back to anyone who buys all five Summer of Arcade games. Anyone who lives in North America, that is.
Major Nelson has revealed a bundle of release dates for this year's Summer of Arcade titles over on his blog.
RedLynx creative director Antti Ilvessuo reckons Trials HD will take the stunt-bike series to "the next dimension" when released on Xbox Live Arcade towards the end of July.
Xbox Live boss Marc Whitten reckons XBLA title Shadow Complex can be as good, if not better, than Braid when it's released this summer.
Microsoft has outed an Xbox Live Arcade version of motorbike game RedLynx Trials. Yes! Goal!
Update: RedLynx has no date or price yet, but the game is included in the Summer of Arcade, so "soon".
Dubbed Trials HD, it packs over 50 high-definition courses sporting sparkly graphical effects like explosions. Look!