MotoGP 4 Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
MotoGP 4 Reviews8
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|1UP||8/10||Jun 20 '06|
|CheatCC||3.5/5||Oct 21 '05|
|Future Gamez||85/100||Sep 20 '05|
|GameDaily||---||Jul 07 '06|
|Gamespy||3.5/5||Jul 29 '06|
|EuroGamer||6/10||Jul 28 '05|
|GameSpot||7.6/10||Jun 19 '06|
|IGN PS2||7.0/10||Jun 22 '06|
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MotoGP 4 Previews
|website||publish date||article rating|
|1UP||Jul 27 '05|
|GameSpot||May 13 '05|
|IGN PS2||May 20 '05|
|The Armchair Empire||Apr 09 '05|
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"By now you might have got the sense that MotoGP 4 has plenty of earnest intentions, but it'll be entirely lost on the majority of its potential audience. The main overriding problem (badum) is the same as ever: the sense of excitement, speed, and - above all - fun just isn't as strong as the four-wheeled racers busy hogging the upper echelons of the world's charts. Namco can throw in as many tracks, riders and modes as it likes, but it'll have to go a lot further to improve the actual racing experience before we're ready to consider donning our leathers and getting out there on the tarmac again. Good intentions or not, MotoGP's for the hardcore. Again."
"MotoGP 4 feels slightly dated, but the solid racing and addition of online play make it a good choice for fans of two-wheeled racing."
"In all, MotoGP4 plays much like past games in the series and still has a number of presentation quirks, but it's certainly a fun game. The driving mechanic feels really good and the track designs are great (they're real courses), so the basic act of racing is a good deal of fun. It would have been nice if some of the presentation issues had been cleared up, like having to complete a challenge to keep a new part, but it's a fun game overall and fans of the series will love it for the online play alone."