"Earlier today Ubisoft announced The Origin of Pain, the first DLC add-on for the popular Xbox Live Arcade physics-based motorcycle racer Trials Evolution.
The upcoming downloadable content pack includes:
*Tons of new track editor features including support for teleporting, gun firing, vector math, and a host of new objects.
*36 new tracks like a haunted circus, deserted beaches, and even the rip of a volcano.
*Players can use an actual BMX Bike with it’s own special event and in-g..."
With Trials Evolution being a sequel to one of the most successful Xbox Live Arcade games of all time, it's financial success was all but guaranteed. But, is the game's quality up to that of its predecessor? Matt of Gaming Irresponsibly let's you know in his review.
"Hey everybody. Guess what? John-Charles Holmes was gone this week, watching anime or something like that. Know what that means? It means that I had to record and edit the podcast. Turns out I’m not good at that, so forgive this weeks show for being a tad rough. Regardless of that it was a fun show, we talked about Fez and Trials: Evolution, as well as how God of War: Ascension could be a farm sim/kart racer."
"The first title in the new parade of Xbox LIVE Arcade releases known as the ‘Arcade NEXT’ season, the long awaited Trials Evolution is now available to download. Developed by RedLynx, Trials Evolution promises to deliver the next dimension of the smash-hit Trials HD on every front."
Weekly round-up of the latest video game screenshots. Check out new galleries for Epic Mickey 2, Dishonored, Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, World Gone Sour, Trials Evolution, Bloodforge, LittleBigPlanet Karting, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Foosball 2012, Confrontation, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy and Armored Core V.
RedLynx's upcoming XBLA title, Trials Evolution, was listed on the Xbox Marketplace with an April 18th release date. The page was since taken down and the date changed to hundreds of years in the future, but it has to be assumed that is in an attempt to distract from the probably April release.