Summary: Well the game is ok.Kind of hard to get used to playing and the graphics aren't to bad.Some of the reaction time isn't the greatest but i guess after you play it for a while you will get used to how the bike responds.
Summary: I'd say my disappointment in this game has more to do with my lack of patience than anything. I just don't think a game should have a several hour learning curve. The training and tutorial modes are good enough to get you up and running but there's no way you could just pick up this game for the first time having little or no experiance with MC racer games and do well. The bikes are okay, the tracks are okay. Graphics are okay. Makes me really miss the Panasonic 3DO.
Summary: This game, like the rest of the motogp series is a great representation (as far as video games go) of what it is like to ride a motorcycle on a track. It very well demonstrates the need to become familiar with the individual courses (which are well done), and gives a somewhat accurate representation of the handling dynamics of a genuine track motorcycle (best offering yet).
Conclusion: The game is good but nothing to right home about the graphics is what makes the game 3 stars you can get bored quite easily with this game the only way you wont is if you sleep with your bike!
Summary: Ive played all the Moto GP games that have been out on the Xbox and 360 and whilst I was a fan of the earlier ones the news ones just frustrate me. There seems to have been a total lack of effort put into this game, and I suspect it has turned into a nice cash cow for THQ. Sure the graphics are great, but the refresh rate is appalling, producing at times very jerky gameplay. Add to this the irritating fact that in Career mode you have to design your own bike.