Summary: Wow. Great graphics. Great action. There's a steep learning curve though which some people may not like, but I LIKE my games to be challenging. There's a great bike selection and lots of hidden things to unlock. The replays are spectacular, it could easily be mistaken for a real race on TV. Great fun.
Summary: If you are a motorcycle enthusiast, this game is for you. It is by far the most realistic moto roadracing game on developed thus far. The graphics are incredible! Wait til you watch the replay of your just completed race...it's so realistic it's scary. For those that are GP Racing fans...it doesn't get any better than this.
Summary: if you love those simulator cycle games, then you will love this game! it is a lot of fun. i enjoyed it a lot. the tracks are great, the graphics are perfect, music is good. on all around good rep. of the real thing!
Summary: This game is awesome ,it takes some practice but once you master the bike you can rock-n-roll , best part is no announcer with annoying comments ,I highly recommend this one its a blast and well worth the bucks,,,,
Summary: I am a teenager who is not really into racing games, until I played this. At first, I thought this game was very hard, until I got used to the controls, which only took like 2 races. I am amazed by the graphics. The instant replay is to die for. This game is very fun, and is a good game to rent or buy.
Summary: I needed a racing fix for PS2, and this game seemed to fit the bill more than any other currently available. As mentioned in the other reviews, this is much more of a "sim" racing game than an arcade style. As a die-hard fan of Gran Turismo, this is exactly what I was looking for, as I don't much care for arcade-style racing. The graphics on this game are some of the best. Some slight "jaggies", but not any worse than any other PS2 game. The replays...
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
24 November 2000
Summary: This game is GREAT fun if you're any sort of race-game enthusiast. We ride motorcycles and got this immediately to see how well it did. We were extremely impressed. You start out naming your character, giving it a nationality, and choosing your helmet. There are a variety of ways to play - time trials, tournament play, challenges, arcade style, or 'realistic'.
Summary: This game is very fun. It is a little hard to get used to controlling the bikes, but once you get the hang of it, it is quite easy. You can learn how to play the game in an hour or two, but it will take you a lot longer to master the game. There are many real bikes/riders like Kenny Roberts on the Suzuki RGV, or Mick Doohan on the Honda NSR500. There are also five real tracks like the Donnington Circuit and the Suzuka Circuit.
Excerpt: "...Racer, Suzuka 8 Hours, and Moto GP, the company's blend of arcade-style racing with unforgettable graphics and sound look to keep Namco at the top. Originally based on the arcade game 500 GP, MotoGP2-- the sequel to the launch title of the same name -- brings racing fans more instantly satisfying motorcycle racing with very familiar assets. MotoGP2 maintains the elegant balance of arcade-style racing enhanced by simulation techniques and realistic ...
Excerpt: "I really enjoyed this game and i think others have to because i dont think anyone can dislike this game if they like racing games as this is a perfect example of what the ps2 was built for. At the begining it is hard but that's the beauty of the game. As you go through it more and more it does get easier and harder at the same time. The challenges that are set for you are difficult especially the win 5 championships in a row unless you have the top ...
Pros: quality of the bikes, tracks and engine noise