The good news is the art:
‘Trials of the #BloodDragon’ wallpaper is now available for desktop and mobile. ⚡️ https://t.co/S52Whwu5tT pic.twitter.com/0ptaT9pr8G— James White (@Signalnoise) June 14, 2016
Our #BloodDragon shirt is live for a limited time in the Signalnoise @Threadless store. ⚡️ https://t.co/4cqkw0Im5K pic.twitter.com/FSBpDIkh9K— James White (@Signalnoise) June 13, 2016
Want to create your own #TrialsBD art? Our Digital Fan Kit will help you get started: https://t.co/OcpyazdFhS! pic.twitter.com/5gEvsNP9UK— Trials Blood Dragon (@TrialsGames) June 14, 2016
The bad news is apparently the game:
It’s really hard to convey quite how abysmal the platforming is. That Ubisoft and Redlynx considered it in any way suitable to release is bewildering. It feels like a placeholder for when they get around to properly programming it
This is a disaster, and the biggest surprise about it is that Ubisoft thought it worth releasing.