The bulk of the content comes in the new tracks, with 12 medium, nine hard and two extreme courses to contend with. It ensures that players of all abilities have something to chew on, and initially makes good use of the new toys added to the level creation suite. Rocket turbines to send you flying over the furthest jumps, wind turbines to carry you from ledge to ledge and bouncing cars can give you a piggy back to distant platforms.
The slew of whimsical additions makes it more like a platformer than ever before, especially when it turns the established formula on its head. For example, 1 Bit Trip is a stage constructed of a neon green backdrop and black silhouettes, with floating platforms and bombs timed to drop, while Space Station turns down the gravity to make objects and your racer glide through the air.
The pack extends the existing content, too: although it disappointingly doesn't add any new skill courses, each one has been given a new route and you will need to play an original tournament to gain access to a motorbike for one of the harder courses. As well as three new achievements, the near-impossible Marathon achievement is now made bearable through a tweak that drops the harder trials, which will please completionists no end. (This is made through a free title update, so you won't need the DLC for this in particular.)
Trials HD: BIG Pack is available now for 400 Microsoft Points (£3.40). You can view a trailer of the pack here and read our review of the full game here.
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