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4 Apr 2024

REVIEW: Art of Stunt (2024 Video Game) on PC

Review by Jon Donnis
Art of Stunt, a 2.5D side-scrolling motorbike game in the mould of Trials, propels players into a world of daring stunts and adrenaline-pumping challenges. With over 80 levels, the game promises a variety of heart-stopping scenarios, from leaping off skyscrapers to navigating treacherous mountain paths. However, beneath its flashy exterior lies a game struggling to find its balance.

One of Art of Stunt's redeeming qualities is its visually appealing graphics. From industrial landscapes to perilous mountain ranges, the game's environments are well-crafted and immersive. Each level presents a new backdrop for players to explore, adding to the game's sense of adventure.

However, the game falls short in its execution of controls. While the motorbike controls are touted as realistic, I found them cumbersome, particularly when using a keyboard. Gamepad control, while an improvement, still leaves much to be desired, hindering the overall experience. Additionally, poor level design further compounds these issues, detracting from what should be the game's main draw: exhilarating stunts.

In comparison to similar titles like Trials, Art of Stunt lacks the polish and intuitive controls that make for a truly engaging experience. While it offers glimpses of potential with its diverse levels and stunt opportunities, these are overshadowed by its fundamental flaws.

Ultimately, Art of Stunt falls short of its promise. Despite its visual appeal and potential for excitement, the game's lackluster controls and poor level design prevent it from reaching its full potential. With room for improvement, it's clear that Art of Stunt has yet to master the art of delivering a truly thrilling stunt biking experience.

I score Art of Stunt 4 out of 10

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