MotoGP Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: MotoGP puts you behind the handlebars of some of the fastest machines on two wheels. Take control of any of the bikes and riders from the world of Grand Prix Motorcycle racing, and race across 10 real-world tracks in a variety of game modes. In Grand Prix and Training modes, you can developMotoGP puts you behind the handlebars of some of the fastest machines on two wheels. Take control of any of the bikes and riders from the world of Grand Prix Motorcycle racing, and race across 10 real-world tracks in a variety of game modes. In Grand Prix and Training modes, you can develop your own rider's attributes and then race to unlock tracks, riders, cheats, and bikes. Show off your speed and style in single-player tournaments or multiplayer races. Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 11
  2. Negative: 0 out of 11
  1. Probably the best racing game on the Game Boy Advance. It has great graphics, good control, and is a lot of fun to play. The password system is the only real problem I’ve found.
  2. A good game, with some flawed controls, but a nice look.
  3. The racing itself is very enjoyable and offers a real sense of speed, and trying to beat your best time can be addictive. Too bad the multiplayer mode required multiple game copies.
  4. 69
    The saving feature is a real annoyance and hurts the enjoyment something fierce.
  5. Despite the varied modes, the gameplay is the same and the lack of sophisticated AI play means you'll be entertained for one or two rounds until the races become too long (and too easy) to bear.
  6. 60
    A dull game accompanied by a truly horrid save system.
  7. Considering the far superior racing titles already available on the system ("Mario Kart: Super Circuit" and "F-Zero"), Moto GP has little ground to stand on.

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