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MX vs. ATV Alive Latest News - PS3

  • Publisher: THQ
  • Genre:Racing
  • Developer: Rainbow Studios
  • Release Date:May 10, 2011
  • # of Players:1 player, 12 online
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Mild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Mild Violence)
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Game Description: Own the competition as you wrestle for position with tightly contested racing in the fifth iteration of the MX vs ATV franchise. Feel the realism of the revolutionary real-world physics engine which has defined the racing genre. Live the sport as Alive captures the spectacle of motocross and the essence of competitive racing while providing the best riders and gear from the latest manufacturers.
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MX vs. ATV Alive News

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  • THQ Cancels MX vs. ATV Series, Closes Two Studios As Part Of "Internal Realignment"

    THQ announced today the cancelation of its long running MX vs. ATV franchise, as well as the closure of two studios in Australia and a Phoenix-based development team. THQ reports the move is part of an “internal realignment” initiative. "With this realignment,” THQ president and CEO Brian Farrell said in a statement,...

    Posted August 9, 2011

    THQ Cancels MX vs. ATV Series, Closes Two Studios As Part Of "Internal Realignment"
  • MX vs ATV Alive Launch Trailer

    Posted: May 9, 2011

    1,476 Views | 00:30

  • MX vs. ATV Alive "What Are Whoops" Video

    Posted: April 28, 2011

    1,001 Views | 01:06

 


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