IGN gives Pure 8.6/10

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 16 September 2008 07:31 GMT


IGN’s posted its review of Disney ATV racer Pure, giving it a substantial 8.6/10. Snip:

Pure delivers an outrageous, arcadey off-road racing experience with style and slickness. The controls are intuitive, the tracks are pure eye candy and the tricks are so crazy and over-the-top that you’ll find yourself gasping with glee when you land your first Lazy Girl. Although it’s a blast to play, it’s not the deepest game out there, and we found ourselves wishing for just a few more modes, tracks and options to round out the experience. But overall, Pure is just pure fun, and that’s what it’s all about.

The only other online review at the moment is a 9/10 from GamePlayer.

Watch the IGN video review after the break.

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