• Publisher: Acclaim
  • Release Date: Sep 29, 1999
Metascore
43

Generally unfavorable reviews - based on 14 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 14
  2. Negative: 9 out of 14
  1. There's no real "collision detection". If you take a turn in the air, you bounce off that magical invisible wall and land right on your wheels with no damage.
  2. Has everything needed for a great game, but unfortunately fails to produce in the end.
  3. Music is a generic sampling of the pop-punk found in many games today, but you won't hear much of it, because it's obscured by the incessant, annoying buzz of motorbike engines.
  4. A poor graphics engine with bad animation ruins any realism that might have been conveyed by the motion-capturing of professional riders.
  5. But said frame rate is so bad that not only does it distract, it actually affects the gameplay by ruining your timing -- taking turns is often a case of guesswork as the game jerks along at somewhere between 5 and 10 frames per second (that is not an exaggeration).
  6. There's always next year -- but isn't that what we were saying last year?
  7. Having this game on the Dreamcast is an insult, and Acclaim needs to know that we won't put up with this type of garbage. Stay away from Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 at all cost. It's not worth even thinking about.
  8. 40
    I can't really recommend this game to anyone in good faith, even fans jonesing for any motocross game. Stay away.
  9. Not an awful game. It just isn't a good game. It isn't anything. It feels like it happened by accident (an artist tripped and accidentally made a McGrath model).
  10. Go in peace son, as your indiscretion with yet another Acclaim-sponsored disappointment has been forgiven... again!
  11. If you're desperately searching for a good motorcycle racing title, dust off the old Genesis and plug in "Road Rash." At least you'll have some fun with that.
  12. Poor control, unrealistic action, boring gameplay.
  13. Horrible physics, dull gameplay, and awful visuals are just a few of the major casualties in this game.
  14. It's like a big aerial trick that looked cool, but ends up with the rider squashed by his own bike.

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