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  • Summary: 10-Time World Supercross Champion Jeremy McGrath, Freestyle MX and Supercross champ Travis Pastrana and other leading pros have returned to give you the best racing experience. Feel the power of your engines as you tackle 25 unique tracks, complete challenges and master the skills necessary to become the king of Supercross - like Jeremy himself. Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 14
  2. Negative: 10 out of 14
  1. It's a good game that could have been great if there weren't so many problems and the stunts were a little easier to pull off. Overall the game is fun, but very frustrating at times, especially when it locks up the GameCube.
  2. The same mediocre game on the Cube as it was on the PS2.
  3. There are more flaws in JMSW than there are good gameplay mechanics. Although the odds were against it, JMSW turned out to be an above-average game.
  4. Just too troubled to even bother renting. [May 2002, p.112]
  5. It shall garner the first ever Eric Mattei Smelly Bowling Shoe award for achieving a new standard in caca quality.
  6. This time around were presented with the same flat panel crowds, barren brown landscapes, and under-animated riders that we've all seen and played before. Heck, even the character select screen looks boring.
  7. The graphics are possibly the worst the GameCube will ever see. The textures are miserable...Supercross World features nothing redeeming in any aspect of gaming.

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  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. Mar 16, 2013
    3
    I got this game in a liquidation store besides 'Evolution Skateboarding' for 1 euro. N64 graphics a bit more polished, poor animations, limited and repetitive tracks, horrible soundtrack, average sound effects, innecesary acrobatics... I played it 2 hours and said 'enough' after that. Never played it again. Expand

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