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* ArtificialStupidity: At least in the first game, AI racers do not utilize reverse. This leads to situations where they would constantly wreck at the same location for a while until some happenstance event dislodges them.


* Bloodless Carnage: No matter how hard your rider bails, they never even get any cuts (which is fair, considering the games are mostly rated E - E10). Heck, you can't even dent your vehicle.

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* Bloodless Carnage: BloodlessCarnage: No matter how hard your rider bails, they never even get any cuts (which is fair, considering the games are mostly rated E - E10). Heck, you can't even dent your vehicle.

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* Bloodless Carnage: No matter how hard your rider bails, they never even get any cuts (which is fair, considering the games are mostly rated E - E10). Heck, you can't even dent your vehicle.


* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: You can't kill the driver or destroy the ATV, but you can wipe out on purpose, causing the driver to be launched from ther vehicle and wither around on the ground in agony for a few seconds before the game resets.

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* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: You can't kill the driver or destroy the ATV, but you can wipe out on purpose, causing the driver to be launched from ther vehicle and wither around on the ground in agony for a few seconds before the game resets.they respawn.

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* AerithAndBob: The AI names (and default high-score listings) have names like BRYAN, ROBERTS, NOLAN, INVERSIN[[note]]also appears on the tank cars in the first game[[/note]], PANZER, DICOSOLA, and KEVDOG. Doubles as {{Tuckerization}}: they refer to the developers.


'''''ATV Offroad Fury''''' was a UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable series of ATV racing games. Developed by Rainbow Studios, the series is marked by the stunt system, where hitting different combinations of buttons in midair caused the player character to perform stunts, each assigned a name and point system, predominantly used in the freestyle mode. Along with its notable indie soundtrack, the Offroad Series served as one of the flagship franchises of Sony in the early days of the [=PlayStation=] 2.

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'''''ATV ''ATV Offroad Fury''''' Fury'' was a UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable series of ATV racing games. Developed by Rainbow Studios, the series is marked by the stunt system, where hitting different combinations of buttons in midair caused the player character to perform stunts, each assigned a name and point system, predominantly used in the freestyle mode. Along with its notable indie soundtrack, the Offroad Series served as one of the flagship franchises of Sony in the early days of the [=PlayStation=] 2.


'''''ATV Offroad Fury''''' was a PlayStation2 and PlaystationPortable series of ATV racing games. Developed by Rainbow Studios, the series is marked by the stunt system, where hitting different combinations of buttons in midair caused the player character to perform stunts, each assigned a name and point system, predominantly used in the freestyle mode. Along with its notable indie soundtrack, the Offroad Series served as one of the flagship franchises of Sony in the early days of the Playstation 2.

Gameplay is split between three core modes. Racing, which the player can participate in via the Championship mode, regular multiplacer and single player races, and lap attack mode, revolves around finishing a certain amount of laps as fast as possible using their repetoire of driving skills. Freestyle, also a championship and multiplayer event, revolves around performing as many stunts as possible in order to get the highest score, in an almost free roam environment. Finally there are minigames, which enables the player and a group of friends to play sports such as basketball, hockey, and soccer in their [=ATVs=]. Races are mostly confined to special race tracks, freestlye to free roam environments, and the various minigames to special arenas.

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'''''ATV Offroad Fury''''' was a PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and PlaystationPortable UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable series of ATV racing games. Developed by Rainbow Studios, the series is marked by the stunt system, where hitting different combinations of buttons in midair caused the player character to perform stunts, each assigned a name and point system, predominantly used in the freestyle mode. Along with its notable indie soundtrack, the Offroad Series served as one of the flagship franchises of Sony in the early days of the Playstation [=PlayStation=] 2.

Gameplay is split between three core modes. Racing, which the player can participate in via the Championship mode, regular multiplacer multiplayer and single player races, and lap attack mode, revolves around finishing a certain amount of laps as fast as possible using their repetoire repertoire of driving skills. Freestyle, also a championship and multiplayer event, revolves around performing as many stunts as possible in order to get the highest score, in an almost free roam environment. Finally there are minigames, which enables the player and a group of friends to play sports such as basketball, hockey, and soccer in their [=ATVs=]. Races are mostly confined to special race tracks, freestlye freestyle to free roam environments, and the various minigames to special arenas.

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* PurelyAestheticGender: Gender affects only one thing: the character model of the rider. Since all the rider models are decked out in racing gear that doesn't even show their face this hardly makes a difference anyway.

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* SuperDrowningSkills: Spending more than a few seconds underwater will reset the driver.


ATV Offroad Fury was a Playstation 2 and Playstation Portable series of ATV racing games. Developed by Rainbow Studios, the series is marked by the stunt system, where hitting different combinations of buttons in midair caused the player character to perform stunts, each assigned a name and point system, predominantly used in the freestyle mode. Along with its notable indie soundtrack, the Offroad Series served as one of the flagship franchises of Sony in the early days of the Playstation 2.

Gameplay is split between three core modes. Racing, which the player can participate in via the Championship mode, regular multiplacer and single player races, and lap attack mode, revolves around finishing a certain amount of laps as fast as possible using their repetoire of driving skills. Freestyle, also a championship and multiplayer event, revolves around performing as many stunts as possible in order to get the highest score, in an almost free roam environment. Finally there are minigames, which enables the player and a group of friends to play sports such as basketball, hockey, and soccer in their ATVs. Races are mostly confined to special race tracks, freestlye to free roam environments, and the various minigames to special arenas.

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ATV '''''ATV Offroad Fury Fury''''' was a Playstation 2 PlayStation2 and Playstation Portable PlaystationPortable series of ATV racing games. Developed by Rainbow Studios, the series is marked by the stunt system, where hitting different combinations of buttons in midair caused the player character to perform stunts, each assigned a name and point system, predominantly used in the freestyle mode. Along with its notable indie soundtrack, the Offroad Series served as one of the flagship franchises of Sony in the early days of the Playstation 2.

Gameplay is split between three core modes. Racing, which the player can participate in via the Championship mode, regular multiplacer and single player races, and lap attack mode, revolves around finishing a certain amount of laps as fast as possible using their repetoire of driving skills. Freestyle, also a championship and multiplayer event, revolves around performing as many stunts as possible in order to get the highest score, in an almost free roam environment. Finally there are minigames, which enables the player and a group of friends to play sports such as basketball, hockey, and soccer in their ATVs.[=ATVs=]. Races are mostly confined to special race tracks, freestlye to free roam environments, and the various minigames to special arenas.



* [[InvisibleWall InvisibleWalls]]: Another mainstay of the series. Most of the freestyle maps are cut off, and the ones that aren't have a auto respawn within bounds timer activated whenever the player character goes too far.

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* [[InvisibleWall InvisibleWalls]]: Invisible Walls]]: Another mainstay of the series. Most of the freestyle maps are cut off, and the ones that aren't have a auto respawn within bounds timer activated whenever the player character goes too far.



* VirtualPaperDoll: Both the riders and their ATVs can be customized.

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* VirtualPaperDoll: Both the riders and their ATVs [=ATVs=] can be customized.customized.

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* JungleJapes: A few appear, but they usually have tracks for players to drive on, making them easy to navigate unless the player goes off road.


* ShiftingSandLands: Each game has plenty, usually with really tall hills. One even has a mini dust tornado blowing about!

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* ShiftingSandLands: ShiftingSandLand: Each game has plenty, usually with really tall hills. One even has a mini dust tornado blowing about!

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* ShiftingSandLands: Each game has plenty, usually with really tall hills. One even has a mini dust tornado blowing about!

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* PalmtreePanic: Plenty of beach areas to explore. One area in the second game even has sharks and a volcano! [[spoiler:Though neither pose any sort of threat to the player.]]


* VideogGameCrueltyPotential: You can't kill the driver or destroy the ATV, but you can wipe out on purpose, causing the driver to be launched from ther vehicle and wither around on the ground in agony for a few seconds before the game resets.

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* VideogGameCrueltyPotential: VideoGameCrueltyPotential: You can't kill the driver or destroy the ATV, but you can wipe out on purpose, causing the driver to be launched from ther vehicle and wither around on the ground in agony for a few seconds before the game resets.

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