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Pure allows you to custom-design your bike and rider's uniform. There are several licensed parts to build your bike with, but most of them don't make a genuine difference to how your ride handles. You'll still hit big air with different types of back plating, for example.
Aside from the controls, you have a couple of other things to enjoy across Pure's 12 tracks. There are multiple shortcuts available, some leading to jumps and others revealing tight corridors that could lead to a crash if you veer off-course. There are also bloodthirsty computer driven players that don't hesitate to play catch-up after you think you've left them in the dust. The single-player campaign has several stages, each ramping up in difficulty as you go. It's the kind of comfortable progression that a good racing game should have, rather than one that starts you on kiddie wheels and then ramps up the challenge on the next course.
World Tour only lasts a few hours, but Pure offers plenty to do outside of that. Sprint Mode requires focus on high-speed driving, without so much emphasis on getting air. Race Mode is a nice little hybrid between acceleration and jumps. Freestyle Mode lets you rack up stunt points in a specific amount of time while competing with others. Even better, you can play these modes alone or hop online (Xbox Live or PlayStation Network) to challenge others. All of them are fun in their own little way, but they're all more enjoyable with human competition. Up to 16 players can join, and if you don't have enough to fill the open slots, artificially controlled drivers will join the race.
Pure has some of the best racing action we've seen all year. The throttling gameplay, gorgeous presentation and sweet multiplayer options make it a ride you cannot miss.
Disney's Pure on PlayStation 3 (Pure)
I got Pure at christmas time last year, when i bought a PS3 80GB pack with Little Big Planet, Grand Theft Auto IV, Pure, Bluray Batman Begins and a Bluray remote! For £340. I played Pure for hours and hours when i got it but then it got bad gameplay after a while it got very hard! Everybody who was racing had a bigger engine than you and it was impossible to Beat them and win the race! Well impossible for me! But it was good online though! About a week ago i traded in Pure, Call of Duty 3 Wii and Tomb raider underworld. Into game and got Call of Duty World at War (COD5).
Pure is a Quad racing game for the PS3 or Xbox 360. There are four or five events in a class. Everytime you do a race you get A upgrade to your Quad. It is very easy at the start of the game but as you continue throughout the game it gets extremely hard near enough impossible. But when you go through a corse there are jumps and u hit various buttons on your controller to do stunts, then you get boost! So you can go faster. It is very good game play at the start of the game!
I really enjoyed playing this game and it was a shame I had to trade in the game because it became near enough impossible to play! But I COD 5 for it and it is a better game. But if you where you buy a good Quad racing game for the PS3 then i would reccommend Motorstorm!