Summary: This is my favorite game. Its a blast to run, is very forgiving, has alot of options and immerses the rider completely by lap two. Haven't played GP4 yet but if its anything like this one, I am gonna have to buy it too. Gives you a real sense of speed. Love the season play, racing with alot of GP names to boot. In the Legends play mode, you have alot tougher time trying to catch up to the Swantzmeister and others, which is a great challenge.
Summary: Pleae, someone tell me are these motorcycle simulations realistic in that you have to counter-steer like real riding? I couldn't use an arcade m.c. game because you steered it like a car. Which is better - GP3 or Tourist Trophy? (for PS2) I had to enter a fun rating number to be able to post this, although I've never seen these games/simiulations.
Summary: The game is extremely realistic. The tracks are almost duplicates to the real race tracks. The bikes are great and being able to handicap players makes the playing field even. When is Moto GP4 coming out??????? I want it now!!!!!!
Summary: This is the best selection for motorcycle simulation that I've played before, so the 4 stars is really more like a 3 1/2 stars. Everyone has brought up most of the good points like playing with 'simulation' enabled, or the AI really bogs you down. The sounds are mediocre, the the physics are as well. I wish you could 'feel' the leaning a bit better. The stoppies are fun. Some of the bonus video footage is really amateur-looking.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
10 August 2004
Summary: We've been a fan of the MotoGP series since it first came out. The physics and graphics of the game are astounding. MotoGP3 is a worthy sequel! You begin by customizing your character - helmet style, nationality, name, even gender. There are a variety of colors to go through. Then you get into the game itself. For those familiar with the MotoGP series, you'll see a number of improvements here. The graphics and sounds have been tuned to be even more realistic than usual.
Summary: Don't get me wrong. This is probably one of the best racing games you can own; the realism is unparalleled for a racing game of its kind. Just look at the replay and someone walking past the television might mistake it for the real thing, especially with weather conditions on full. MotoGP3 for the PS2 was released before the PC release of MotoGP2 and to be honest is a let down, not because it is not a great console game, it is, but because GP3 does not live up to GP2 on...