**Edited September 11, 2014**
The trials games are some of the best games out there in my opinion. They can be great fun if you're not all that great, but take a very long time to master. They provide a lot of good entertainment and have a great community for custom tracks, with near endless possiblities (similar to SC 2 Arcade.) This game continues to deliver. There's a lot of new Rider and Bike customization options which are very fun to mess with.
They made Fusion much more competative with friends, too. You are notified if a high score is one upped by a friend, and if you beat a friend it will notify both you and them. You are able to watch replays of all learderboard times which is cool for comparisons or learning tricks. The new challenge system adds 3 challenges to every track that comes with the game. These can make for really hard, but also really entertaining events to each track, or just a little challenge like completing flips.
The physics in this game are spot on and I have not found any game that can match the quality. HOWEVER. Ubisoft bought out RedLynx and have inserted Uplay into the question. Uplay is an awful DRM, and requires constant connectivity in order to play any game. Ubisoft tends to have horrible service and I have grown to dislike them greatly recently but that's not why we're here.
-Beautiful New Art Style
-Lots of tracks
-Challenges to keep you busy and entertained
-Multiplayer Local, and Online in a future update.
-Tricks can be a very fun addition
-Can be VERY frustrating
-Occasional Frame Drops
-Crashes if menu is navigated too quickly sometimes
I highly recommend this game if you like physics based Bike Racing, Couch Gaming, have patience, and have a good internet connection. I love the trials games, and this one (besides uplay) has not disappointed me at all.
It has now been many months, and 2 DLC since the game released, and they still have not added multiplayer and a couple other features. It seems either Redlynx has other priorities, or the more likely Ubisoft is pushing DLC releases on Redlynx. Either way, still no Online Multiplayer. If this is a singleplayer expereince you're looking for, then it is definitely a fantastic one, but don't buy this expecting multiplayer to be implimented soon, because it does not seem likely.