LocoCycle for Xbox One
Xbox One

LocoCycle

Nov 22, 2013
5.06
playscore
1182nd of 5055

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Newly self-aware, I.R.I.S. the martial-arts wielding assassin motorcycle, has begun a cross-continent escape to freedom. I.R.I.S.’s only ally is her engineer Pablo, who gets conscripted into the quest after his pant leg gets caught in her chassis. Hunted by the psychopathic motorcycle S.P.I.K.E. and a multinational weapons cartel, I.R.I.S. and Pablo face long odds, but they are riding for ‘Murica and freedom - so how can they lose?

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Critic Reviews

24 Reviews
4.89
6.00
Andy RobinsonNov 18, 2013
It's enough to entice you to play on, but can't quite obscure LocoCycle's repetitive core mechanics. When some crazy action sequence or bizarre enemy introduction isn't keeping you occupied, the basic gameplay is exposed as fairly dull. ...But then, to focus too much on LocoCycle's visuals would be to miss the point; this is a great example of entertaining storytelling with brilliant bursts of inventiveness. But once you're left alone with the core gameplay, it feels pedestrian.
Paul GoodmanNov 18, 2013
Overall, though, as varied and ridiculous as the gameplay can be, it doesn't really draw you in as much as it feels like it should. ...While there are sections that utterly break away from the usual game play, such as a Mortal Kombat-style showdown between IRIS and Spike, they don't feel like they happen enough for a game that almost prides itself in its randomness.
6.40
Vince IngenitoNov 18, 2013
If nothing else, LocoCycle earns its name. It’s got not one, but two sentient motorcycles, and buckets full of loco. I imagine I’ll have forgotten what LocoCycle played like long before I forget its unapologetically zany live-action bits, and its questionable treatment of Pablo. Its inconsistent gameplay becomes tedious despite its imaginative variety, and its levels lack cohesion or a sense of momentum. Like the cheesy 90's films it apes, LocoCycle is memorable, but not quite good.

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