Reviews and Problems with Champion Jockey: G1 Jockey & Gallop Racer
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A great game for horse racing fans
KnightRider1987 , GameStop
22 May 2013
Summary: This is a great game for fans of horse racing, but of course there are not to many to compete with it. If you love horse racing and have a base line knowledge of how horses train, how jockeys win races, and other aspects of racing you will enjoy this title. If you are not really into the sport you may be a little daunted by the amount of technical terms and information, but it is still worth a try.
Summary: Champion Jockey is game which you can pick it up & play anytime without the need to think where you have stop & what you need to do next. In other words, its easy to continue the game where you slowly train your horse to succeed in big races. Patience is the key.
Summary: I use to play the old gallop racer and g1 jockey. They are both very good games. It is good to see that they combined the 2 games. They only took a few things from gallop racer and added it to g1 jockey. While in the first year of your jockey term you play as a rookie and try to compete against your fellow classmates. It has a great storyline and the only negitive that I have about it is that the people talk way to much!
Summary: After tutoring, that game is incredible, normally the horse you think is bad and they can won race is totally different. If you follow the instruction you will be the best jockey on this game like me.....
Summary: Where to begin? The gameplay is extremely basic, despite them throwing in tons of different commands to do when you're racing, it stills feels far too easy with no real way to make it harder. The horses are stiff and look more like donkeys with very short necks. There is no fluidity in the way the horse or jockey moves.
Summary: I had the original Gallop Racer on the PS & enjoyed it immensely so when a friend told me about G1 Jockey (on the PS2) I started to look around to see if there was anything available on the PS3. I found this amongst several others & I think I got the best of the lot. Getting used to the controls takes a while but all in all its a great game.
Summary: There's nothing quite like Champion Jockey on PS3, an in-depth portrayal of the horse racing world: what could have been a cheap throwaway is instead a surprisingly lengthy pursuit. The Move controls are enjoyable without being essential and the career mode would have seemed out-dated five years ago, but if you want something original and don't mind a gamble you could find yourself backing a winner [[ASIN:B005A29V26 Champion Jockey: G1 Jockey & Gallop Racer