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Released on 26 September 2008

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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Thrill seekers will be racing against skilled rivals and performing gravity defying aerial tricks in Pure, an extreme sports off-road racing videogame. Pure takes off-road racing to a new level. Featuring vertigo-inducing massive aerial jumps and spectacular airborne tricks in photo-realistic real-world locations all over the globe, Pure delivers heart-pounding experiences unique to the genre.
  • Choose among a variety of male and female character riders
  • Race against deft A.I. opponents or online players (up to 16-player multiplayer)
  • Take part in frenetic races and freestyle competitions all over the world
  • Developed by award winning development team Black Rock
  • Pro-rider Wes Miller, founder of H-Bomb Films, known for showcasing his team's incredible stunts is adviser to the development team to assure the game adheres to the sport's culture and authenticity but still allows creative liberties

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 Average rating (84 reviews)


| | See all 3103jake's reviews (11)

So I got this game a few days ago and have been thrashing on it for quite a few hours now, and my impressions of it are very good indeed. The first thing that struck me about the game was that it was completely undemanding, and yet challenging, leaving you with a deep satisfaction - mainly due to the fact that the game is just fun. Fun in the pure meaning of the word. It's one of those games you can just pick up and play for half an hour and just have fun. However, there's also this other aspect to the game which will draw you in over time. An aspect that's very in-depth and logical.

The main part of the game is the world tour allowing you to go all over the world to different countries ranging from Italy to America to New Zealand - over all sorts of different terrains - from grass, to mud, to sand, concrete and more. This mode has you going from track to track simultaneously within the engine category - be it the begining D class engines, slwly building up the extremely fast A and S class engines. As it is, the game slowly gets more and more challenging as you move higher up the ranks and higher up the engine categorys. Before you can start your world tour, you have to create your vehicle. This is no simple creation ranging from a few choice parts and putting them together. The entire bike can be changed and modified ranging from the suspension, bars, wheels, tires, hubs, fans, rests, seat, design, aesthetic cosmetics and everything else. The whole bike has to be made from scratch. On the initial start-up your choice is limited to what you can have - all the different pieces have different effects on how your vehicle performs in the different areas - whether it's tricks, handling, boost, speed, acceleration, etc. As you make your way through the world tour, you unlock even more parts for the vehicle creations and open up new garage slots allowing you to make more and more bikes to fit your personal style of play. When all the pieces are garnered together, there are over 60,000 different possibilities for bikes to make - leaving you with all sorts of different choices.

The gameplay is pretty simple, but not so simple so as to make the game get boring. The handling feels right, and of course your different aspects created on your bike make a big difference to how it works. Similar to SSX from the Playstation 2, you drive around do tricks, land them and get boost. Boost allows you to drive super fast on straights, and getting more boost allows you to do super tricks. The different modes such as freestyle allow you to go around the track over and over again until your fuel levels run out trying to get as many points as possible from doing the tricks. This is all relative, and makes the game extremely fun and something you won't get bored of easily as the number of different trick combinations amount into the thousands. The replay value is also there, getting your times better and better on each track, trying to finish higher than you previously did - and the 100 player online mode is going to be unreal. Tournaments online driving along dirt tracks on all terrain vehicles just seems outrageously fun to me - and the game is.

Really, I can't find any flaws with it at all. The graphics are some of the best yet - with huge ranges of landscape looking over beautiful countryside and vast moutainous regions as you jump hundreds of feet in the air over cliff edges doing absurd tricks. The gameplay is challenging but fun, and the whole thing just feels right. I can't recommend this game highly enough.

 Think SSX3 and ATV Off Road Fury and you are almost there

| | See all Mobius's reviews (173)

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This game is a total surprise, i have always had a atv game of some description and though they had their good point all still felt flat and a little dull, pure has changed that and has set a benchmark for simple fun. Your quad bike can be built from a selection of hundreds of parts or you can have it built with a single push of a button. The tracks are big and full of over the top jumps. And the graphics are quality, i think the only way i can describe the game play of pure is to say that it's a mix between atv offroad fury and ssx3.
Oddly enough it works,

 Pure Entertainment!

| | See all AndyStreet's reviews (24)

Gameplay - 9/10 - INSANE ATV mayhem!
Story - 7/10 - Be the Best in the Pure championship
Graphics - 9/10 - Very good
Soundtrack - 8/10 - they got some good songs
Multiplayer - 5/10 - You can play on live, but not 2 controller multiplayer

Played SSX? The snowboarding game with insane tricks and gravity-defying jumps? Apply that to ATVs and you have PURE! You get to customise you ATV and then go racing, but the customisation is just choosing a couple of colours and types of tyres, oh no, you go for the full thing! You put every part of the ATV together! There is loads of ways you can tweak your quad and you unlock better pieces as you go on so your quad is always getting better! The racing itself is also immensely fun, racing against others and doing insane jumps, pulling off wild tricks. My only problem with the game is that you can't play multiplayer on one console, so if you want to go against a friend then you both need live. But other than that I can't fault the game!
Like Racing games?
Like SSX?
Like ATVs?
You'll love Pure!!!


| | See all Retrogamerz's reviews (1)

I bought this game based on the reviews listed for this and i am in total agreement on this one. It is a great game and the only drawback i can see is the split screen which is not an option for two players on same console. Apart from that this is very similar to SSX Tricky (not as good as Tricky) and will hopefully keep you occupied for a long time.
Go buy it now ! Great Value

 Amazing game

| | See all corky2k7's reviews (102)

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Well i downloaded the demo thought wow its quite good so i decided to buy it and im glad i did its a brilliant racing game i love it the stunts are ace ive just completed it today but not 100% just to stage 10 its quite long aswell and if you want to come 1st in every event that would take you some time so its worth the buy

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Rating3+ (PEGI)