Despite some issues with visuals and AI, MX vs ATV All Out Anniversary Edition is somehow still a lot of fun to play and brings back memories of Motocross Madness.
Mx Vs ATV All Out Anniversary Edition pairs an accessible, almost arcade-like (in a good way) driving/riding physics model with enough realism to make it a compelling and enjoyable way to race on the new tracks included in the anniversary edition. The majority of the new tracks are long rides through open scenery, but there are also a few shorter, indoor tracks as well for those that prefer tighter racing.
When it’s all said and done, MX Vs. ATV: All Out is an ok racing game.
Overall, MX vs ATV All Out Anniversary Edition is a worthy way of celebrating one year since the original launch of the game, and fans of the genre will squeeze quite a few hours out of this title.
Unless you're a huge, huge fan of the series, then I wouldn't go all out on this one, as the developers certainly didn't.
This game has a lot of content and a wide variety of races and options. sadly, the subpar technical performance and mediocre driving experience brought the whole package down.
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MX vs ATV All Out Anniversary Edition is a largely passable experience.
MX vs ATV All Out certainly isn't for everyone but it does offer a lot of fun for those who enjoy practicing their off-road racing skills.