Pure HQ

Pure HQ (Xbox360)

Developed by Black Rock Studio, Disney Interactive Studiosí award-winning development studio in Brighton, England, Pure takes quad racing to a new level, featuring massive jumps and spectacular airborne tricks in memorable, photo-realistic settings all over the globe.

Featuring never-before-seen, vertigo-inducing massive aerial jumps in real-world quad locations, Pure delivers heart-pounding off-road racing unique to the genre.

Players start by choosing among a variety...
Developed by Black Rock Studio, Disney Interactive Studiosí award-winning development studio in Brighton, England, Pure takes quad racing to a new level, featuring massive jumps and spectacular airborne tricks in memorable, photo-realistic settings all over the globe.

Featuring never-before-seen, vertigo-inducing massive aerial jumps in real-world quad locations, Pure delivers heart-pounding off-road racing unique to the genre.

Players start by choosing among a variety of male and female character riders. They can then either race against deft A.I. opponents or online players (up to 16-player multiplayer) in frenetic races and freestyle competitions all over the world.

Available on: PC, PS3, Xbox360 XBOX360 Rank: 1696 / 1,781  | Overall Rank: 10696 / 14,327

Game tags: Biking, Realistic, Rally / Offroad, Modern Times

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Split/Second studio Black Rock "officially closes its... (0)
The Disney Interactive owned Black Rock Studios is now officially closed down confirms former director Nick Baynes. Three new studios have already formed.

Cancelled projects at Black Rock included a sequel to Pure, and to Split/Second. Some claimed Disney 'mishandled' the Brighton studio by outsourcing.
Posted: 02.09.2011 by Technet2k
Disney moving from consoles to casual gaming? (1)
Analysts think Disney's closer of UK-based Black Rock is influenced by their perception that families are moving away from console gaming and embracing social networking and casual gaming such as Facebook.
Posted: 10.07.2011 by JonahFalcon
Split/Second developer Black Rock Studios closed by D... (1)
Brighton-based Black Rock Studios are set to shut their doors after Disney decides the developer is no longer feasible. Their latest project wasn't greenlit.

Earlier this year a workforce pruning left only 40 developers at the UK studio, of which two new studios sprung to life in their wake. Farewell Black Rock.
Posted: 01.07.2011 by Technet2k
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