Reviews for the PS2 version, ATV Offroad Fury 4, as well as the PSP version, ATV Offroad Fury Pro, have hit the web and most are quite positive. Here are a few samples.
The original ATV Offroad Fury Blazin’ Trails was a fun, fast off-road racer for the PlayStation Portable. While the gameplay formula hasn’t changed much in the follow-up, ATV Offroad Fury Pro dramatically ups the ante in terms of content. Simply put, there is an awful lot to do in ATV Offroad Fury Pro and much of it is a rollicking handheld good time.
ATV Offroad Fury 4 does an impressive job of adding to what made the previous game such a hit. The game’s controls are simple enough for novice players to jump right into, but also have enough little intricacies to keep the interest of more experienced racing enthusiasts. The graphics and sounds have also been polished up quite a bit from the last game. The character and vehicle models are sharp, the tracks look great, and the animations do an excellent job of conveying a real sense of speed.