Reviews and Problems with MX 2002 Featuring Ricky Carmichael
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MX 2002 Featuring Ricky Carmichael
6 December 2002
Excerpt: Ricky Carmichael (and twenty-nine other pros) comes to life in all their glory within MX 2002 on your PS2. Textures are smooth and there are absolutely no slowdowns while racing. The thing that jumped out and grabbed me right away was how well the dust and smoke effects were done. As you're racing, you will notice that the entire course is viewable too, with no pop-ups of any kind in front of you.
Excerpt: If you still haven't followed my previous two recommendations and checked out either A Kingdom for Keflings or its sequel, A World of Keflings , you owe it to yourself to check those out before reading any further. Though both are hard to categorize or accurately describe, both represent the oddly Zen-like flow state that the best of games feature beautifully.
Excerpt: Cross the heart-pounding racing found in American motocross circuits and gravity-defying mid-air tricks found in games like “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater" and you get “MX 2002 featuring Ricky Carmichael”, the latest PlayStation 2 ‘extreme’ game from THQ.
Excerpt: Why is it that car racing games sell so many more copies then motorbike and motocross based video games? Both types of racing are just as exciting, perhaps more so for motorbikes because of the higher risks involved with the sport.
Excerpt: ¿Ya tienes sponsor? ¿que moto llevas? ¿tienes ya ropa y botas?... todo esto y mucho más deberás solucionar en tu carrera hacia el número 1 del motocross mundial. 30 corredores reales, 22 circuitos (no todos ellos son reales) y la posibilidad de crear un corredor a tu medida. Una de las principales bazas de MX 2002 es el modo carrera, en el que deberás progresar a todos los niveles para poder llegar a lo más alto.