Summary: MotoGP is a hard game to recommend. If you’re a fan of Moto GP and can’t get enough racing games, go ahead and check it out. But if you’re not a hardcore racing gamer there isn’t a whole lot to offer that other games don’t do better.
Conclusion: MotoGP 10/11 is certainly not a terrible game, yet it has so little to offer besides its decent career and great racing core that it becomes really difficult to recommend to anyone but the most enthusiastic of MotoGP fans.
Summary: Moto GP 10/11is not what I would call a pick-up-and-play racing game. The average race fan will likely spend most of their time falling off the bike and crashing into walls before getting the hang of things.
Excerpt: The racing genre has seen quite a surge over the past few years, with titles like Forza Motorsport 3 and Gran Turismo 5 , but motorcycle-specific games have been few and not of the highest quality. This year’s MotoGP 10/11 aims to rectify that shortcoming and is largely successful.
Pros: A whole lot of content is packed into the game, Career mode features split-screen co-op support, Assists make managing the game a bit easier
Conclusion: It all conspires to make a bike racing game that, as a package, is the very best there&#Array;s been for years. Rival outfit Milestone&#Array;s SBK game may still have the slightest of edges when it comes to the handling, but it hasn&#Array;t the depth of progression, the accessibility or the...
Summary: If George Owell had of liked motorsports, undoubtedly it would have been two wheels good, four wheels bad and MotoGP is likely to have been at the top of that list. With the 2011 season well underway, Monumental give us their latest motorcycle racer to coincide with the action, aptly monikered...
Pros: Accurately depicts the 2010 racing season, Nice sensation of speed on track, Includes all three race series
Cons: Handling is a bit iffy with the PS3 pad, Barely anything has changed since last time, Needs a lick of paint in the looks department