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Urban Trial Freestyle 2

Rating Summary

Based on 9 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

70

Top Critic Average

44%

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General Information

Available on:Nintendo 3DS2017

Developer: Teyon

Publisher: Tate Multimedia

Genre: Racing

Pull off insane stunts on top of skyscrapers, speed down busy highways and take an intense ride through the suburbs while competing with others to get to the top of the leaderboards! Raise the bar by making the highest jumps or the most head-spinning flips in Stunt Mode! Try Time Attack and beat the best time at neck-breaking speeds! Take on the Challenge levels to test your skills! Create your own unique levels in the Track Editor and share them with friends! Still not enough thrills? Then try downloading more player-made tracks for endless replayability!

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Urban Trial Freestyle 2 Reviews

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I'm sure there is a demographic out there that Urban Trial Freestyle 2 will appeal to, but it is clear to me now that I am not a part of that key demo. While I can appreciate what they were going for here and I found myself really getting into the challenge, any feeling of joy I experience doesn't last for long when I'm faced with so many bewildering design choices.

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Urban Trial Freestyle 2 makes a few improvements over the original, but it's not quite there in terms of network functionality.  The connection issues I kept having as well as needing to type in a code just to download a track made that a bit of a hassle, but at least you can now share your tracks online.  If you enjoyed the original game, you should enjoy the second outing with twice as many stages to dominate and more obstacles to trip up players with in the track builder.

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Urban Trial Freestyle 2 plays it safe and improves on several aspects of the original while keeping its main assets intact, such as its amount of content and its addictive gameplay. Adding new online leaderboards and level sharing are certainly very positive ideas but some of the predecessor's flaws are still here and its visual environment could use some improvement.

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The Nintendo 3DS has no shortage of racing games, but there aren't quite many like Urban Trial Freestyle 2 on the handheld. If you've played Ubisoft's Trials, then you should already have an idea of what to expect from this game. Seeing that this is coming from an indie studio, you may think that the quality would be on the lesser side. Surprisingly, that isn't the case.

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