The Trials series of games is insanely fun and addictive, and now Nintendo 3DS owners can get in on the fun for super cheap!
Tate Multimedia released Urban Trial Freestyle to the Nintendo eShop today, and through July 4th, you can get the game for just $5.99. What do you get for six bucks? How about:
– 45+ levels within five diverse cityscapes
– 64 Custom Bike Configurations enabling players to customize their Body, Engine and Wheels options
– Three single player modes: Time Attack, Challenge and Stunt Mode
– Asynchronous multiplayer ghost mode and leader boards
– And off course, the highly anticipated Track Editor as a console exclusive, allowing players to create their own levels with unlimited possibilities
Check it out today, and stay tuned for our review of Urban Trial Freestyle!
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