Trials Evolution: Riders of Doom
Featuring the Smoke Monster from Lost, the latest DLC for Trials Evolution is titled Riders of Doom and is based around the Mayan apocalypse bringing with it even more content than the Origin of Pain DLC to deliver even more playability to this amazing game.
What do I get and why do I want it?
Riders of Doom brings you 20 new tracks to race on, as well as 5 new motocross tracks to challenge your friends to. These new tracks are using the Mayan apocalypse as a theme for most the levels, and If you are one for taking on a challenge there are also 5 new tournaments you can sink your teeth into to see how much you can endure. To add to the great aesthetics the levels have, you also have some great ear candy to go alongside the tracks, in the form of epic/ominous/intense music which greatly suits the levels and provides a very pleasing experience.
On top of the 25 new tracks are also 10 new skill games which includes the Human Torpedo in which you are to throw yourself off the Motorbike before reaching a line to get the maximum distance you can, as well as Block stacking, a superfast paced rocket powered motorbike to reach the end as quick as you can, another Marble Blast styled skill game and more!
And for those who enjoy new toys there is a new motorbike named the Banshee which has great speed and handling to get your hands on and tear it down the tracks and have an absolute blast trying to shatter your friends’ times!
Just like the Origin of Pain DLC, Riders of Doom brings you more Items for track editing, except while the first DLC bought you a hundred new items to tinker with, this one is giving you access to ‘hundreds’ of new items to release your creativity and make a track to be proud of.
How much does it cost?
Just like the Origin of Pain DLC, this will set you back for 400MSP, which for the amount of content added into the game certainly delivers incredibly bang for your buck!
- Small price of 400MSP
- Loads of new content
- Increase the already ridiculous amount of playability
Conclusion – Is it worth it?
For such a small price on a DLC which delivers such a large amount of content to get your hands dirty, this is truly worth the price and your time especially if you frequently play Trials Evolution, even more so if you enjoy track making!