Reviews and Problems with MXGP The Official Motocross Videogame
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12 February 2015
Summary: For those who have played racing games before, this one is ok, BUT if you are a rookie in this kind of game, well, the “easy” mode is an irony, so If you play the game for the first time you might get bored after a couple of hours (and worst, purchase another game) because there is nothing easy for...
Summary: Really underrated game. Great physics, good graphics. Loved it. You can easily change the difficulty to your skill level and the game is very re-playable. Love it.10 out of 10. Great that there's no distracting music as well.
Summary: i have never really been interested in any type of racing sport but my friend showed me this and it looked alright and well i must say it is a great game, i wouldn't go so far to say the online is good but anything offline is very good and fun to play
Summary: This game came in with alot of good will due to being the only MX game to be released in quite sometime, and it had shown some interesting looking trailers. In practice the game still looks nice, but gameplay is in need of alot of polishing.
Summary: As an experinced racing game player i can say with confidence that this game is good. I like the fact that i have more control over the bike. On the flipside the AI is quite disappointing. Even on realistic difficulty the game feels too easy.
Summary: Another great racing game from milestone, the graphics are solid, there is no track deformation like the console counterparts but it still looks decent. The dual analog rider controls work well on the vita, the game hasn't been slimmed down for the vita either with all modes, tracks and riders...
Summary: This is amazing motocross video game so far. You can play as your favorite motocross riders along with their original bike (KTM, kawasaki, honda, suzuki, yamaha, n tm) like Antonio Cairoli, Gautier Paulin, Clement D etc. you can setting your ride and customize your own rider.
Summary: Very good representation of Motocross. The controls and game play are very intuitive and can be adapted to suit your level of skill. While you don't need a controller to play it I think it makes it a lot more natural using one.