Summary: Reap the rewards of racing through an entire season of pulse pounding motocross action while upgrading your gear and bike along the way. For free ride madness compete in the all-new freestyle career mode dazzling the crowd with new tricks and sick maneuvers. Or simply ride the open terrain searching for secret areas without the burden of competition. It’s your bike - now ride!
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Excerpt: Shying away from the more over-the-top arcade-like action of Freekstyle , MX Superfly is more of a dirtbike racing sim with some arcade elements thrown in for the high-flying stunts and mini-games. The player can either race exhibitions with more famous racers like Ricky Carmichael, Ezra Lusk and Kevin Windham, perform freestyle for tricks, or create their own racer and start in the career mode (racing or freestyle), where you build up from a rookie and race in the...
Pros: Fine simulation elements, Tracks are well designed and look good, Good audio portion
Cons: Character models are stiffly animated, Physics engine a little too arcadish from time to time
Excerpt: Take a look at this screen from the PS2 version and you can see why it's called Superfly. MX Superfly brings THQs motocross staple to a new middle ground between sim and outrageous fantasy. Click here for the rev of the Gamecube version. And click here for the scoop on the PS2 version.
Summary: For fans who like hitting the dirt tracks with your favorite bike, how does this game shape up?
Pros: As the game seems geared towards fans of the <BLINK><B><FONT COLOR="RED">EXTREME</FONT></B></BLINK>, the soundtrack no doubt pumps out tunes from the 'edgy' flavors of the month, A variety of modes to play through, some more fun and deep than others, Some outrageously unrealistic stunts available
Cons: Control scheme seems more difficult than it should be and there's not much reward for 'mastering' it, Fans of racing and the thrill of speed should steer clear
Excerpt: MX Superfly is the follow-up to last year's PlayStation 2 and Xbox motocross game, MX 2002 Featuring Ricky Carmichael. It's also the GameCube's first motocross game, and it's a pretty solid first attempt at the sport on Nintendo's console. MX Superfly contains a bevy of tracks and options in multiple dirt-bike disciplines. It also brings an array of minigames that unfortunately get in the way of what the game does best.
Excerpt: Un an après son premier passage sur PS2, Ricky Carmichael revient maintenant faire vrombir son moteur deux temps sur GameCube. MX Superfly est donc la suite de MX 2002. Le jeu met en scène le même pilote émérite, utilise les mêmes ficelles de gameplay mais répare aussi certaines erreurs que l'on pouvait reprocher au premier volet.