/n/ video games
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I actually think the Pokemon series is /n/ as fuck.
>spend most of the game walking or cycling
>ride on boats, trains
>fly on pokemon, surf on pokemon
Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald and the remakes expand on this by featuring both a road bike and a more agile mountain bike. Both bikes are necessary for exploration, since the player sometimes needs raw speed, or bunny hopping ability to bypass an obstacle.
The Pokemon games rarely show the player in a truck or car.
But I was also interested in video games where the primary theme is /n/ related. Ever played Courier Crisis for the PS1? It's like a precursor to Crazy Taxi where you ride a 90s mountain bike (with carbon wheels for some reason) around making deliveries, assaulting pedestrians and doing stunts while evading cops. It gets old quick, but it's a very /n/ game. Of course, for the foamers, there's A-Train on the PS1 as well.
I don't know of many realistic cycling games for the PC. There are the super boring cycling manager games, of course. GTA 5 has a few bikes, so you can go online and get murdered by 4 cagers in an armored car over and over until you sticky bomb them. You can always ride the trains too and escape a 6 star wanted level.
Trail / Enduro - Strive?
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Hi guys, i want to buy my first full sus bike for mountain biking. I'm considering the Canyon Strive ( 4.0 Race, since it's the cheapest of them, still costs 2600 €). I want to ride it on the trails and offroad it at random locations in my country, so not just the well maintained trails, but maybe do some sort of mountain exploring like thingy, it's my hobby to just ride in the wilderness with my friends and just go around there, 'till we find our way back.
Question is, is the Strive a good choice for me? I've also considered Merida products, like the One-Twenty/Forty/Sixty series, but found the Strive a better option.
Also, are there any more considerable full suspension, Entry-enduro bikes for/under 2600 €i should consider?