Monster Trucks Nitro

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WindowsOut Of Eight
This is a game that is extremely easy to learn but hard to master, but not at the same insane level as its predecessor. This ultimately makes the game more enjoyable, as the tracks are less severe and the vehicles are easier to handle. The game strikes the right balance between precision and forgiveness, something Trials 2 Second Edition lacked during its more difficult levels. The graphics continue to be quite strong as well. The only shortcoming is the game’s length: Monster Trucks Nitro comes with a paltry twenty-five levels that can easily be completed in under two hours (around 30-45 seconds per level). While the levers are cleverly designed, they simply fly by too quickly. Monster Trucks Nitro is a game in desperate need of a level editor: it would seem to be easy enough to execute because of the 2-D nature of the levels, so I am at a loss explaining why this feature is still not here.
WindowsGameplay (Benelux)
Dit is dan ook een van die typische games die je snel even opstart om nog even een leveltje te spelen (meestal wanneer je oog plots over het desktop-icoontje glijdt), zodat je wat auto's en bussen kunt pletten. Ideaal om je af te reageren wanneer je weer lang in de file hebt moeten staan.
WindowsOperation Sports
Monster Trucks Nitro is what it is. It's a shameless copy of Trials HD, but it does not quite recapture the glory of Trials.
MacintoshOperation Sports
Monster Trucks Nitro is what it is. It's a shameless copy of Trials HD, but it does not quite recapture the glory of Trials. For the price, it's far from a bad game, and fans of the Trials-type-of-game genre will thoroughly enjoy Nitro on their Macs.
Monster Truck’s short playing time and lack of multiplayer make it one of the thinnest gaming experiences I’ve had in a while. Fans of racing games who want something a bit more of an “all-terrain” feel may enjoy this diversion, but one gets the impression that the game could have been made using dune buggies or motorcycles just as easily as “monster trucks.” Gamers expecting Monster Truck Nitro to offer the iconic destruction of monster truck rallies will be disappointed. But fans of old school platforming who enjoy challenging timed missions and tight gameplay will want to check out this game.