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When I think of hand held ATV video games I think of ATV Offroad Fury on the Playstation Portable (PSP). Well Storm City Games has graced Family Friendly Gaming with a game that aims to take that title. ATV Quad Kings may not have all the presentation of ATV Offroad Fury, but it is a much more solid racing title. I really wonder what Storm City Games could do if they ported ATV Quad Kings to the PSP. The goal of this hand held video game is to get to the finish line first.

ATV Quad Kings is not the best game to look at. The graphics are pretty bland, and the girls that serve as eye candy are lacking in details. I am actually happy they are, because it negates the enticement to lust. The water effects are muddy at best. The ATV vehicles themselves look fantastic. The animation of the drivers look good too. The menu screen show some interesting effects, but could use some work as well.

The rockish music in ATV Quad Kings really got me excited about racing. There are some really neat special effect sounds in ATV Quad Kings as well. My favorite was the sound when a new lap was starting. My only gripe against ATV Quad Kings is the music can get repetitive if you are playing for an hour or more straight.

ATV Quad Kings contains eighteen tracks in nine different locations. There are three difficulty settings in four different circuits in the world mode. On top of that there is a nice little customizable arcade mode. I can see this game being worth the money for a lot of families. My only complaint concerning ATV Quad Kings is there is no multiplayer mode. I would have loved competing against others in this game.

The race tracks are fantastic in ATV Quad Kings. I had a blast racing through the various curves, jumps, and water traps. The control scheme in ATV Quad Kings works wonderfully. Taking hard curves is really easy in this game. The touch screen controls are not used a whole lot in this Nintendo DS game, but I barely noticed.

You are allowed to bump into other racers in ATV Quad Kings, however it does little to help you. I also liked how there is no punching or kicking other racers. This makes ATV Quad Kings a lot more realistic than a lot of the ATV racing games on the market. ATV Quad Kings is not the best thing to look at on the market, but it is one of the most solid ATV racing games.
- Frank


Graphics: 67%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 83%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Storm City Games
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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