Summary: At first, the game is a bit hard to learn. When you come up to a corner, you have to brake at a good distance from the corner. The graphics are amazing and all the riders are updated and the rider abilities are very realistic. The only bad point about this game is it is a bit to easy.
Summary: First time i played this game i did the whole tutorial to get to grips with the controls before attempting a championship. First race of the championship, my qualifying times were about 10 seconds slower than everyone elses??? despite riding pretty good laps.
Summary: Firstly the game is visually and in terms of physics the best game of the series so far. The handling, braking and throttle feel much better than before however the brakes are independant for front and back brakes and you can't change this, which can result in your hand acheing after a while.
Summary: WE WERE KEEN TO BUY THIS GAME AS SOON AS IT WAS RELEASED, AS WE HAVE mOTO gp 04. HOWEVER, MOTO GP 07, WAS A REAL LET DOWN. IT HAS LOST ALL IT PLAYABILITY, THERE FOR HAS LOST ITS FUN. THERE IS NO BRAKE ASSIST, WHICH HELPED LESS EXPERIENCE RIDERS.
Summary: I bought this game simply because I though manufacturers had studies each others motorcycle games and finally came up with a game that had everything...I was wrong. The manufacturers had not even come close to the quality of Motogp 4, which I would highly recommened over this title.
Summary: The Namco Moto GP games were lets face it very unrealistic as far as bikes go, they were only passable because the PS2 didn't have much choice, I dug one of them out the other day to see the comparison and couldn't believe just how bad they are now by todays standards, the Moto GP series on Xbox...
Summary: Having played all the other MOTO GP games I was looking forward to this on PS3. Unfortunately it ain't getting that far, so PS2 it is. The shift from Namco to Capcom has not done it any favours. The graphics are very good, probably the best so far.