MotoGP Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.5/10

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MotoGP Reviews

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www.clubskill.com 7.2/10 May 26 '04
Absolute PlayStation 74% Nov 03 '00
ConsoleDomain  --- Feb 26 '01
Game Revolution B Oct 31 '00
GameCenter 7/10 Oct 25 '00
Games Radar UK  --- Oct 23 '00
Gamesmania 70% Nov 20 '00
GameSpot 8.0/10 Oct 31 '00
IGN PS2  --- Oct 20 '00
IGN PS2 7.3/10 Oct 24 '00
Playzone 8.5/10 Feb 27 '01
PS2 Central 7.5/10 Nov 23 '00
PSX Extreme 8.3/10 Nov 07 '00
PSXNation 6/10 Nov 28 '00
SonySource 8/10 Jan 17 '01
Video Gamers First Network 8.2/10 Nov 01 '00
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MotoGP Previews

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GameCenter Oct 17 '00
GameSpot Sep 22 '00
IGN PS2 Oct 03 '00
PlayNOW! Nov 16 '00
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"Moto GP is all about proper braking and accelerating at the right moments, thinking ahead and positioning your bike to handle the curves that lie in front of you."
"It goes without saying that this is a must-have for biking fans, but also a worthy addition to any racing fan's collection. It's also a lot safer than thrashing about on a bike too!"
"...the ability to switch between the arcade and simulation styles of play... bike control follows along the line of a simulation... Graphically, Moto GP makes a solid effort with no huge problems... Decent sound effects..."
"Players will be able to choose from more than 32 authentic bikes. There will be a wide variety of familiar faces, such as Kenny Roberts Jr., Max Biaggi, and Mick Doohan, along with such popular racing teams as those from Yamaha, Honda, and Aprilia. There are five courses in Moto GP, which span the globe from Japan to France, England, and Spain. In addition to the usual 500cc class of racing, players will be able to race in 125cc and 250cc events."
"...conversion of Namco's arcade hit, FIM World Championship... Sharp and clean textures, coupled with realistic rider models... frame rate gives players the feeling they're going 190 mph... obvious flaws is its play control..."
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