THE GOOD: The upgradable parts and ATVs were cool, and the soundtrack was pretty tight, I'll give them that.
THE BAD: Racing physics blew. The game didn't live up to the other titles before it.
SUMMARY: Rainbow Studios is known for it's uncompromised graphics and racing physics engine. The gameplay feels realistic and is challenging but fun. All of these things were tossed out of the window to make room for Climax Studios to come in and mess it all up.
It's not good for a great racing series that has awesome graphics, realtime physics, and great stunt play to totally belly up and go for broke. The third installment of the ATV Offroad series is a total let down. The bikes are unrealistic, as well as the gameplay. The graphics play as a video game and not something that is supposed to be real. The stunts are well adapted from the other game in terms of variety, but the execution of them blows worse than a 300 pound man after 6 cans of beans. You try to preload and it's as successful...
THE GOOD: In this game there are many new features than the first two, and it is the best of the three. You get more freedom with ATVs, it is more realistic, and it's just overall a better game.
THE BAD: In my opinion there is nothing bad about the game, except for the fact that it is hard to find the shop to buy things. The menu could be more navigable and concise.
SUMMARY: The highly anticipated ATV Offroad Fury is the best game of the trilogy. There are many more features such as customizable ATVs. There are many more tracks, many more options, and much more freedom. And when you are riding, it looks completely realistic - more realistic than any other driving game I've ever played.
I would recommend ATV Offroad Fury 3 to anyone who has either played one of the first two games and like them, or likes racing games.