Release date18 Apr 2012
Trials Evolution: Gold Edition denotes the Trials franchise's triumphant come back to the PC gaming stage. RedLynx's signature establishment, the Trials arrangement initially transformed gaming with the 2008 arrival of Trials 2 SE for the PC. That breakout outside the box achievement prompted further accomplishment on the Xbox, however since the time then PC gamers have been clamoring for more trials. Trials Evolution: Gold Edition is the thing that they have been sitting tight for. The Gold Edition Is Two Trials In OneTrials Evolution: Gold Edition will contain all the substance of the first, top of the line XBLA game Trials Evolution. Likewise, the entirety of the single player tracks and expertise games from Trials HD will be found in Trials Evolution - viably multiplying the substance offering with two complete games, neither of which have ever before been accessible on PC.OPTIMIZED AND ENHANCED FOR PCTrials Evolution: Gold Edition will be upgraded and improved for the PC gaming stage. The entirety of the highlights of its harbingers - from the in-game manager, player sharing of tracks, and worldwide Leader Boards, will be re-incorporated into the game such that fits the new platform.Key FeaturesMultiplayerTrack EditorIndoor and Outdoor environmentsBike and rider customizationsGlobal rivalry
About Trials Evolution
Trials Evolution is released by Microsoft Studios in 18 Apr 2012. The game is designed by RedLynx. Trials Evolution is a typical representative of the Racing genre. Playing Trials Evolution is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Racing, there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Trials Evolution will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.
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In Trials Evolution, the player controls a rider on a physics-based motorcycle from the start of the level to the end while navigating a number of obstacles. The objective is to complete the course as fast as possible and with as few crashes as possible.
Trials Evolution - Analysis
Upon entering the main menu we will see that the option to play has a star, this indicates that there is new content available. Once inside we can select between the original or new content, Paine Island. Once inside, as was the case in Choque County, we will have several events available which we must overcome to obtain new medals. Regarding being, we must say that they all add up, an important point since if you missed some in the first part of the game to unlock new content, thanks to the simplest tracks of Origin of Pain you can get it. In case you already brought a high number of these from the Trials Evolution , you will automatically have unlocked "unnatural selection", three extreme level tracks.
As we go above the levels, a total of 36 new, we will open the new tournaments, which like the previous ones are based on several tracks followed by different difficulties. All of them with new environments and decorations that will surprise us thanks to the high level that has been put into them. Some of the examples we will see are an old amusement park, a circus in its last days of function, a natural site between waterfalls and meditation areas, apocalyptic places, a cemetery of airplanes, urban places, or sites with various dimensions among others . Of course we are not going to reveal them to you all, you must discover them for yourself.
If ours is the multiplayer, we will also have additional content, since we will have 10 unpublished Supercross tracks. But one of the strongest points that Trials Evolution has always had has been the user community and all the content created by them. True wonders in which hundreds of hours have been invested, for this reason, all these creative minds will have new materials to continue creating new clues and skill games by incorporating static, dynamic objects among other capabilities.
Special mention deserves the BMX bike. It seems that in Trials Evolution not everything will be motorcycles and this is what our developers wanted to reflect. This new vehicle has its own peculiarities, obviously the first of all will be its design. Another visual feature will be when our rider is up on it, unlike on motorcycles, he only needs a wrist turn to open gas and body inclinations for impulses, with the BMX we will also see how he pedaled. Regarding the attributes of the Gecko 520, it will have the maximum acceleration and agility, with almost a maximum level and somewhat slower in its maximum speed, this means that it will not be easy to master but we will have fun with it.
But everything does not end here. Players will also enjoy two new skill games, although some more would have been appreciated. In the first of them we will be fired by a giant cannon, our goal will be to plan to fall as close as possible to the target, yes, it will be increasingly further away. While the second will require much more skill in our hands, we must try to reach the top of a top full of obstacles, increasingly complicated and difficult to overcome, all this without making a single mistake, if we do it we will have to start again.
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Johannes RoheTrials Evolution: Gold Edition in the test - fire and flame
The skill racing game Trials Evolution is finally back on the PC and there burns a real fun fireworks display in the test.
Bikes, speed and fat explosions - one thing is clear: The Trials Evolution: Gold Edition is a darn male game. After the first attempts at driving over shaky wooden planks and tipped containers, we become aware of something else: Without much skill we won't get very far here.
If you pull the gas tap of your motorcycle in the skill racing game of the Finnish developer Redlynx by force, you won't win a flowerpot. Instead, skilful weight shifting and metered use of gas and brake are required. This is the only way we can overcome the many obstacles that pile up between us and the finish line and end up seeing a new best time on the clock.
By the way, Trials was originally a browser game whose great-grandson Trials HD was released on Xbox LIVE and celebrated huge successes there. The successor Trials Evolution was initially also only released for Xbox LIVE and has now been ported to the PC as a »Gold Edition«. All content from both Xbox 360 titles is included.
Sit on, drive off, fly off
Unlike in conventional racing games, we do not compete against direct competitors in trials, but instead, as in Trackmania , we fight with the clock. And with the great physics engine, because it is the one that always snips us and our driver to the ground when we overcome the junk. The physics engine is consistently credible and understandable. Only in very rare cases did our driver get off the saddle through no fault of his own after hard landings.
Whenever this happens, we only have the option to restart the route or to reset to the last checkpoint at the push of a button. Fortunately, the reset points are numerous and very fairly placed. Most of the time we start just a few meters from the obstacle at which our driver was painfully acquainted with the asphalt and can therefore make a new attempt directly.
Our best time should then be gone, but the first drive on a new slope is mainly about somehow reaching the goal. For that, Trials Evolution gives us a bronze medal. If you want to call silver or even gold precious metal your own, you have to master the route and the motorcycle perfectly and have to overcome the courses quickly and (almost) flawlessly. Our friends can then view the successful journey as a ghost and then duel indirectly with us.
We learn how to use our machine correctly on the first, still very easy routes. But the more slopes we unlock by collecting medals, the crisper it gets. In order to survive the most difficult courses, we have to have all the tricks up our sleeve, from jumping from a standing position to a controlled backflip. Trials Evolution teaches us this in four tutorials disguised as license exams, upon completion of which we also unlock a new two-wheeler. There is more to learn in the online leaderboards. We can watch the repetitions of the record drives of others at any time at the push of a button. Even the keys pressed are displayed.
Despite good help and a pleasantly increasing learning curve, bikers without a gamepad with analog shoulder buttons will eventually reach their limits. Trials Evolution can also be wonderfully controlled with the keyboard, but with the tricky combinations of jumps and steep climbs that await us in the later levels, we have to dose the throttle precisely to avoid involuntary somersaults.
UFOs and editors
On the other hand, we should do voluntary somersaults in one of the challenges of Trials Evolution - with skis on our feet. If you only have question marks in your head, you will feel exactly like us when we hit the slopes for the first time. Or take a seat in a UFO. Or swing us from trapeze to trapeze like ape. The completely wacky ideas with which the developer Redlynx bombarded us provide plenty of fun and variety from everyday racing.
The ideas also demonstrate the possibilities of the included route editor. With that you can not only create simple junk slopes, but also game variants that have little in common with the original trials. Although the editor is offered in a beginner and professional version, the operation of the powerful modular system requires some training. It is all the more incomprehensible that, apart from a few basic tooltips, the game does not offer a comprehensive tutorial. At least the developers have published some video instructions on YouTube, which we can access via a link in the menu. We load courses created by the community directly into our game from the route center. This ensures long-term fun even if we already know the 129 levels of the game better than the way from bed to toilet.
Cool guys don't look at explosions
But boredom does not come up so quickly even without self-made slopes. In addition to the bizarre challenges, this is ensured by the varied and spectacularly staged courses. Right now we are driving "comfortably" over a few ramps, when our biker is suddenly ablaze after jumping through a ring of fire and races through a loop at an insane speed. Another time, we are completely surprisingly catapulted through the air like a pinball ball and try desperately to find our balance again.
The environment is also trying hard to get us out of the concept: baseballs and saw blades fly across the screen and fat explosions shake the route. After crossing the finish line, we almost always experience a funny and our driver a painful surprise. Be it a catapult that shoots the poor guy across the map or an unfavorably placed electric fence - we definitely have fun.
We also have fun in Trials Evolution's multiplayer. Whether with three friends on a PC or via online matchmaking, the direct duel on the Supercross courses ensures storms of excitement and cheating orgies. The Trials mode, in which we fight with other players on a course for the best time, is also a lot of fun. At the moment, however, the online game is still suffering from lengthy search for players and crashes. Redlynx urgently needs to make improvements here.
Trials Evolution also reveals some (porting) quirks technically. Many players, for example, complain about blatant frame rate drops, despite the powerful hardware. In any case, the game surprises with high hardware requirements given the simple backdrop. In particular, the weak textures and effects should only cause a bored yawn instead of a hesitant cough in mid-range computers. Nevertheless, after a reset, we clearly see how textures have to be reloaded - that shouldn't be. The racing game is atmospheric thanks to the different lighting moods, the already mentioned creative surroundings and good background music.
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