I can only imagine ATV Offroad Fury 3
ís gameplay is similar to that of previous versions. This being my first time with the series, I found the handling to be rather addictive at times. Sure, the tricks seem to be more arcade-like than realistic, but sometimes thatís the fun. Pulling off the stunts felt a lot like the Tony Hawk Pro Skater
series, where tricks will get noticed, and combos will get you points. Oh by the way, you sometimes have to race around the track too.
There are plenty of different modes and events that come with Offroad Fury 3. For the events, you can play at either Amateur or Pro Class status (being the more difficult). Here, you can play in Supercross, Nationals, Enduro, Short Track, Freestyle, Freestyle Objective, and Olympics. Each one basically challenges your skills on the ATV in a variety of ways, whether it be handling corners and jumps, to your ability to hit targets or pull off sick stunts.
As for the modes, you can either play in Single Event fashion, Championship, Multiplayer, or Online. Championship is the big one where you can unlock a whole lot of things, including tracks and Multiplayer options. As like many other racing games, the more points and wins you get, the better the upgrades you can buy, which will definitely be needed for those tougher courses (either when racing or freestyling). You can also edit together your own track in the Enduro Waypoint Editor.