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If you are a casual gamer with real money to burn buying virtual items costing potentially thousands of dollars to "beat" the game, then this "pay-to-win" fest is for you. It has pretty graphics, but just awful storytelling, narration and game play. You have to be online all the time to play single player, and that leads to a raft of performance issues. Forget about even playing if you have an iffy internet connection.
This bike replaced a 13yo TREK 6500 and I couldn't be happier. The 2012 version of this bike has a few upgrades over the 2011 model most notably, 3x10 gearing and an improved fork/shock. While I had a $1431 budget (moving company payout for crushing my old bike), I decide I didn't need that much bike for the kind of riding I do. This is an XC bike, and that's the kind of riding I will using it for. I live in coastal SC. Forest trails, swampy areas, and the occasional downed tree. I appreciate the lock out front fork for the frequent transitions from asphalt, trails, open forest,and back.
Brockmann is a mastery story teller. This story is very interesting because you see it through the eyes of many different characters. Loved.it.