So letís just be honest. LocoCycle isnít the greatest game in the world, but itís also not the worst to roll along to gamers. The game is on rails from start to finish and all you will really do is steer left and right as well as do some button mashing. Itís a very basic game on every level, but with a developer like Twisted Pixel part of me feels thatís the way they wanted it. And the price tag is pretty decent for this fairly simple and short game. I have to say that I would rather play it on the Xbox One since it offers up so much more gamerscore for the exact same experience.
For anyone that hasnít played the game on the Xbox One or maybe hasnít heard much about it let me give you a quick little insight into the story. The game follows the adventures of I.R.I.S. and Pablo as they race across the country in search for freedom, chicks and cold frosty beverages. I.R.I.S. was meant to be a super weapon used by military and terrorists around the world but a lightning strike fries her circuit and she suddenly sees a different side to life as a bike. She attaches herself to Pablo and takes him on the ride of his life as the evil corporation that created her tries to take her down.
There are several regions you will race through each contain a few levels and plenty of enemy resistance. As you progress in the story enemies will get much stronger and more difficult to beat and youíll even have another bike named Spike , voiced by Robert Patrick, that you will have to contend with. His mission is to destroy you. Youíll mostly find yourself driving on the road but there are some moments when youíll be thrust onto the waters as a bike with water ski talents and another time when youíll be airborne with her flying ability. Regardless of the instance, there are plenty of enemies to destroy.