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If you had a chance to check out Dan Ryckert's review of Trials Evolution, it's apparent he had a great time with the game. As he played through it in the conference room next to my office, I heard a steady stream of cursing, laughing, and inhuman squawking and grunting. Dan joined me for a tour of the game's more creative levels and modes in this week's edition of Test Chamber. We even asked him to show us an Extreme-level challenge. While he doesn't play along early on in this video, he eventually caves, and tries to tackle one of these ludicrous challenges. Hilarity and crazy grunting ensue.
UPDATE: Be sure to check out the soundboard Jason made of all the noises Dan made during this episode.
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I was listening to a friend play this game and it was pretty hilarious. Can't wait to hear whatever noises Dan makes while trying to traverse the courses. ^_^
This might make it onto my play list...
hmm i just might get this
So it's going to be rotating editors like replay, is that right?
Why did this have to be posted while I'm at the dentist?
This would be great to have for the live stream!
Ya know this game looks fun and all but there are about 20 free games just like this out on addictinggames and other online game sites. This looks fun but 15 bucks just seems like a lot for a polished version of a free game.
Wow. I was really hoping for a finish to the extreme level. Too bad.
As awesome as it looks, I don't know if I'll get this. If the first Trials is any indication, it will lead to nothing but frustration.
Downloading this tonight. Loved the first one.
I don't know if this is the intended way it is supposed to be done, but I was stuck on the same part that Dan was trying over and over at the end also and the way I got past it was by hitting the ramp and having my front tire land right in the gap of the two pallets leading up the side of the sign. As soon as my tire hit that spot, I gave the bike some gas, leaned forward and did a front flip. My front tire landed far enough up the sign that I was able to lean back and wheelie my bike up the rest of the way. Then I just evened myself out while dropping down the other side.
Haha havent laughed this hard in awhile !
This is absolutely worth buying.