Summary: I know this game is years old but I picked it back up after selling the game originally a few years back. I use to play online and race and was pretty good. The tracks are awesome and graphics are real good, you can customize your bikes with gearing, tires, basic suspension settings and a few other settings. If you want to go fast, you got to learn to use the manual transmission and power slide through tight turns.
Summary: I own several of the MotoGP series games for both the original Xbox and the 360. This one is now one of my favorite along with the beloved first release of MotoGP back in 2002. Not only do you get the MotoGP bikes and riders from the 2006 season, you also get the bikes, riders, and liveries from the 2005 season WITHOUT having to pay extra to download the content from x-box live!
Summary: Best Bits - Highly detailed bikes and riders - Extreme tracks and bikes are a nice diversion - Customise your bike and take it online Worst Bits - Dodgy graphics abound – tearing and frame rate problems - Missing shadows and spray effects - Laggy online play - Fatal lap time bug should have been spotted - Generally unfinished look and feel - Same dumb AI as before
Summary: My son says this is a good game, fun, but takes a lot to get into it. It came packaged, never opened, so he was WAY impressed to get new quality at such a fantastic price. He is 17 years old, and plays mostly war games, but also a fair amount of sports ones also.
Summary: Building on the successes of its Xbox predecessors, MotoGP '06 re-launches the franchise on Xbox 360. Gamers will be met with new tracks, bike models, refined handling and Live! functionality, making this a truly fresh and aspirational title for even the most hardened fans of the series. MotoGP '06 will launch with the current 2006 season data, giving an unprecedented accuracy to the real sport, in addition to visual effects that surpass any racing title to date.
Summary: if you love crotch rockets and going fast you will love this game. i like it alot because i can wreck and not get hurt. my kids love the game and kick my butt. almost makes me scared about getting them a license.
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1 August 2007
Summary: Some games are meant to be arcadey, while others are meant to give a real world experience even if it's tough to master. MotoGP falls squarely in the second area. Be prepared for some realistic motorcycle riding in this racing game. The game provides three modes - a quick race for the patience challenged, time trials for fast challenges, and then the career mode.