Summary: I bought this for my son. He loves motorcycles and this game is so realistic. It was cheap as it is for an older system...but he enjoyed this game more than those new ones for the newer systems we own. The graphics aren't as sharp as the new systems...but we don't care about that. It is a blast to play...you can play it for hours...and he does.
Summary: By combining impressive physics, slick controls, vast environments, and fantastic animations, developer Rainbow Studios (ATV Offroad Fury, Splashdown) has crafted a challenging and addictive motocross racer that successfully delivers a realistic riding experience without getting so caught up in many nuances that immediate fun is sacrificed.
NO STARVIN MARVIN ITS MY TURN TO PLAY MX UNLEASHED®!!!!!!!!
8 March 2004
Summary: THIS GAMEz OwNaGe just like Diablo II. I LOVE IT. WHO IN THE H3LL WANTS A REALISTIC PHYSICS GAME... AND THAT DUDE THAT WROTE THE REVIEW THAT SAID THAT U CANT CRASH, UR NOT TRYING HARD ENOUGH... GAMES ARENT REAL, THATS THE POINT OF THEM. IF I WANNA GO OUT AND BREAK MY BONES CRASHING ILL GO RACE MY CRF230F THROUGH TOWER CITY TRAIL RIDERS (thats in pa. see [...] for details.) AND CRASH A COUPLE OF TIMES...
Summary: This game is supreme OwNaGe of Mx games. The bikes are realistic. The graphics are OwNaGe. BUY THIS GAME, XCEPT HONDA LOVERS LIKE ME WILL BE DISSAPOINTED THAT THE ONLY CRF450R's are modified and not stock. So they look stupid. But this game is OwNaGe.
Summary: The first look at this game is pretty impressive. The graphics are great and the rider mechanics are unbelievable. There are a massive array of Supercross, Nationals and Freestyle tracks to choose from as well as a career mode that unlocks the various tracks as you win races. Those familiar with MX Superfly will see some similiarities. This game has more in comparison with Motocross Madness though. Once actually getting into the game one can see the flaws immediately.
Summary: This game is pretty good. You get to drive bikes, monster trucks, trophy trucks, dune buggys, biplanes and helicopters. You can have a good race in the supercross mode, roam around in freestyle mode or go for the big challenge in nationals mode. The graphics are pretty good too. If you fall off your bike you bounce off of it and go tumbeling around witch is really fun. you can even crash into trees!
Silas Wegg ""I don't know why Silas, I do..., amazon.co.uk
15 June 2004
Summary: This is without a doubt the best SX/MX game to date for the PS2. The game play is virtually flawless, as are the graphics and sounds. The on-bike view is pretty good too - something other games in this genre fail at. I would've liked to see a helmet cam view though. The only real disappointment is the replays, which are short highlights and pretty awful with no real thought put into them.