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Trials Fusion and Trials Frontier

A Ragdoll game that wants you to learn physics the fatal way
Dulani Wilson 23rd December, 2014 Gaming
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trial fusion. ubisoft. the action pixel. @theactionpixelIn reference to Murphy’s Law, there is a basic saying that is “everything that could go wrong, will”. It’s the kind of thing we should come to expect when… I don’t know… jumping off an Olympic-standard diving platform into a pool whilst riding a bicycle on fire. You kept doing that sort of thing in real life, we’d be surprised if you’d survive to see a new year.

But what what better way to promote Ubisoft and RedLynx’s chaotic, kamikaze, ragdoll games Trials Fusion and Trials Frontier than that. No different than the game really, as a poor sap becomes the receiver of physics, that cruel mistress. A this point, inertia, velocity and gravity are not your friends. And your crushing bones will snap in tune to classical music. It’s like Tony Hawk committing suicide- repeatedly. Or that “movie” Jackass. And you’re it.

See the trailer for Trials Fusion and Trials Frontier in the video player below to see what we mean:

Trials Fusion is available now on Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC along with the Season Pass!
Trials Frontier is available now on iOS and Android devices.

 

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