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Wreckfest is a racing video game developed by Bugbear Entertainment and published by THQ Nordic. Wreckfest is described as the spiritual successor to the FlatOut series and a cross between FlatOut, Destruction Derby and cult 1989 PC racer Street Rod. A notable feature of the game engine is the use of soft-body damage modelling, which enables location-based damage that affects the driving dynamics of vehicles in a realistic fashion. After a four-year long early access phase, the Microsoft Windows version was released in June 2018, with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions released on August 27, 2019 after multiple delays. A PlayStation 5 version is set to release on June 1, 2021. The game includes a variety of gameplay features, namely banger racing and demolition derby. The racing gameplay follows the same fundamental rules as most modern racing games, such as Need for Speed or Gran Turismo. The player controls a car in a race or demolition derby, the goal being to win the race or be the sole survivor of the derby respectively. Before participating in an event the player must choose a vehicle, select either manual or automatic transmission, and finally select either a dirt or tarmac track on which to race. Players will also be able to buy and sell vehicles, customize vehicles, and perform "research". The game features three modes: career, multiplayer and custom events. The races themselves focus heavily on "vehicular combat", where players have to find a balance between defensive tactics such as avoiding debris or opponents' vehicles and more aggressive tactics such as grinding against opponents and forcing them out of the way in order to overtake them or avoid harm. While Wreckfest's focus on physics and vehicular damage is similar to previous destruction-based racing games such as Criterion’s Burnout, it follows a somewhat slower and more strategic approach, resulting in a more traditional racing gameplay experience than in comparable games.
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Wreckfest is a racing video game developed by Bugbear Entertainment and published by THQ Nordic. Wreckfest is described as the spiritual successor to the FlatOut series and a cross between FlatOut, Destruction Derby and cult 1989 PC racer Street Rod. A notable feature of the game engine is the use of soft-body damage modelling, which enables location-based damage that affects the driving dynamics of vehicles in a realistic fashion. After a four-year long early access phase, the Microsoft Windows version was released in June 2018, with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions released on August 27, 2019 after multiple delays. A PlayStation 5 version is set to release on June 1, 2021. The game includes a variety of gameplay features, namely banger racing and demolition derby. The racing gameplay follows the same fundamental rules as most modern racing games, such as Need for Speed or Gran Turismo. The player controls a car in a race or demolition derby, the goal being to win the race or be the sole survivor of the derby respectively. Before participating in an event the player must choose a vehicle, select either manual or automatic transmission, and finally select either a dirt or tarmac track on which to race. Players will also be able to buy and sell vehicles, customize vehicles, and perform "research". The game features three modes: career, multiplayer and custom events. The races themselves focus heavily on "vehicular combat", where players have to find a balance between defensive tactics such as avoiding debris or opponents' vehicles and more aggressive tactics such as grinding against opponents and forcing them out of the way in order to overtake them or avoid harm. While Wreckfest's focus on physics and vehicular damage is similar to previous destruction-based racing games such as Criterion’s Burnout, it follows a somewhat slower and more strategic approach, resulting in a more traditional racing gameplay experience than in comparable games.
13 Apr 2021
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Matt, Stan, and Frank riding dirt bikes.
1 Apr 2007
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Dirt Bike
16 Sep 2007
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A helmet, scratched and chipped to hell, can be the best indicator of a great ride - but one that's crushed? The chinguard, virtually sheared off, serves as a token reminder of the fascinating time we had chasing ghosts through the Mojave Desert. We rode from California City, CA all the way to the living ghost town of Randsburg and back on Honda's newest on/off-road family member, the 2008 CRF230L. Read all about the new Honda CRF230L dirt bike at www.motorcycle-usa****
4 Oct 2010
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Freestyle dirt bike- Alaskas best female Lisa Dietrick hits ramps does freestyle
16 Apr 2008
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Of all the ways a bad dirt bike burnout could have ended, I honestly can I say I didnt see that one coming. Dont let go of the brake next time.
13 Apr 2008
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A cop tests out a dirt bike they recently confiscated from some kids in the police headquarters. She quickly loses control of the bike and slams into a file cabinet.
25 May 2008
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Cleaning dirt bike (ZI CARLOS & G.E COLLECTION)
21 Nov 2008
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Played on www.addictinggames****, Max Dirt bike is your average 2D biking game. The background changes every now and then, but you have to admit it's kind of better than your average 2D biking game.
21 May 2009
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This the second video of how ever many it takes me to post the whole game. Max Dirt Bike is your average 2D biking game with changing backgrounds every so often. There are twenty levels in the game. I know the times are different. That's because I recorded them at different times. I played this on www.addictinggames****
5 Feb 2009
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If you enjoy riding motorcycles, ATVs, or Dirt Bikes, please visit us at MidMoRiders.Com and become a part of our community! We look forward to meeting you!
20 Apr 2009
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