Jeff is pretty good at the game, I've only beaten him a few times in events. How do you guys like the trick system? I think its kinda dumb and don't really care for it so far.
I think the trick events are a lot of fun. It's frustrating and difficult to grasp at first, but once you understand how it works, maintaining your multiplier while trying to land perfectly is a pretty fun challenge.
My brother's awesome. The fact that we're 10 years apart yet still so close is a testament to how cool he is. When I was going through my teenage years and he was in his 20s, he let me go out with his friends to watch movies and stuff. I could only imagine how annoying and immature I probably was, but he always invited me to tag along.
I'm confused about how this game is coming out. PC is $20 with an optional $20 season pass, and physical console versions are $40 and come with the season pass... Will the digital console versions sell the season pass separately? Because that season pass had better be daaaaamn good if they're charging the price of the game for it.
Yeah, the pricing on this game is a little confusing. Will I be able to buy the $20 version of this game on consoles? I only see the Deluxe Edition available on PSN.
@spaceinsomniac: I didn't have an Xbox last console generation, so that's mainly the reason why I never played Trials. Only considering it now that I have a PS4. Downloading the Evolution demo is a good idea, though, I'll try out the Steam version.
Hey, I'm thinking about picking up this game, only one question. Does Trial still hold up even if I don't care about leaderboard scores against my friends/the world? Is the process of finishing each track fun in itself?
Went to Crane's apartment first (it's in the same friggin' building, seemed logical to go there first)
Made a deal with Jack
Burned Greenleaf's tree (I mean I am a cop, and what she's doing is illegal)
I killed Tweedle Dum (those assholes were a pain in my side for one too many times. Also, I'm a cop, and this is the second time they tried to kill me)
I always try to play how I envision the character to be and act, and as a big bad wolf/cop, he would have burned that criminal's illegal tree and kill the guys who have (on more than one occasion) tried to kill him.
So far, good stuff. Telltale's episodic game have gotten a little shorter, but I can't wait to see how all this wraps up. Bloody Mary especially was awesome.