Motocross Maniacs Advance Game Boy Advance

  • Publisher: Konami
  • Release Date: Mar 21, 2002
Metascore
69

Mixed or average reviews - based on 11 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 11
  2. Negative: 0 out of 11
Buy On
  1. Its light-hearted approach is suitable to that type of play and I imagine Motocross will find a good niche there because of its Saturday morning cartoon treatment of motorcycle racing.
  2. Nintendo Power
    66
    Excellent fun. [Apr 2002, p.152]
  3. Sadly, the AI is very predictable, so after you've gotten the hang of the game, you'll have no trouble winning almost every race.
  4. 60
    A cluttered mess of a racer that bares very little resemblance to the game it follows...and definitely doesn't offer nearly as much fun.
  5. Electronic Gaming Monthly
    50
    Fun for about an hour, and after that I doubt you'll ever pick it up again. [Apr 2002, p.146]
  6. The core gameplay is spoiled by a rare complaint for a racing game: it's just too darn fast.

Awards & Rankings

#77 Most Discussed Game Boy Advance Game of 2002
User Score
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  1. Jan 12, 2017
    6
    The basics of this game are fun. If you don't take the loops or the jumps higher, you will progress through the level pretty fast but youThe basics of this game are fun. If you don't take the loops or the jumps higher, you will progress through the level pretty fast but you won't gain any gas or nitro. To complete all three laps, you must have balance. Too bad this game's gravity is way overpowered, it takes out the fun and challenge of jumps. Even with nitro, going off a jump drops you to the ground way too fast. And the game against CPUs is just too easy. You don't even need to use the d-pad for the majority of levels, you just end up landing fine most of the time. Hammering nitros is usually enough to win the race.

    It is fun, but short lasted unless you have a friend to link up with. Then the actual route you take through the course will matter much more!
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