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Pure
Game Description: Designed by the speed fanatics who have brought gamers such hits as ATV Off-Road Fury and MotoGP, Pure is the new racing phenomenon that gives gamers the raw thrills of off-road, extreme quad racing. Expect big air, ballsy tricks, mass-crush online play for up to 16 racers, and no end to the mayhem.
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    Hands On: Pure

    X-Play

    We get our hands all over Disney Interactive Entertainment's ATV game, Pure, and see what it delivers.

    Posted: Sep 22, 2008 | 2,322 Views | 04:34 | 3 Comments


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    Pure: Hands On Demo

    X-Play

    Producer Tim Fitzrandolph visits X-Play to give Morgan Webb a Hands On demo with Disney Interactive's upcoming off-road racing title, Pure.

    Posted: Aug 19, 2008 | 1,485 Views | 05:29 | 4 Comments


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