MotoGP 2 PC

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  • Summary: The fastest, most advanced form of motorcycle racing is back and better than ever in MotoGP 2. Race against the top twenty riders in the world at speeds of 180mph around turns and corners with your knee inches from the ground. Compete on the most beautiful tracks and in all weatherThe fastest, most advanced form of motorcycle racing is back and better than ever in MotoGP 2. Race against the top twenty riders in the world at speeds of 180mph around turns and corners with your knee inches from the ground. Compete on the most beautiful tracks and in all weather conditions throughout the MotoGP series. [THQ] Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 5
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 5
  3. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. The controls are difficult to master at first - with the option of both front and rear brakes - but persistence is rewarded and within hours you will be hugging the fringe of a curve and finding the right racing line.
  2. PC Gamer
    88
    Does a bang-up job of communicating the unique, topsy-turvy physics at play in keeping a 180-mph GP bike on the straight and narrow. [Sept 2003, p.80]
  3. Despite advances in the game’s graphics, and a few extra tracks, we feel a little underwhelmed – it’s just too similar to its predecessor. Don’t get us wrong, MotoGP 2 is a fine racer, but it could have been so much more of a dream machine.
  4. 84
    There are a few more tracks, unlockable highlights videos, improved graphics, and better crash visuals, but Moto GP 2 is in most respects the very same game as "Moto GP."
  5. If the developer had spent more time refining the control scheme and graphics to make better use of PC hardware and had added more functionality to the game's menus and multiplayer options, the PC version of MotoGP 2 could have been as good as the Xbox version.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 17
  2. Negative: 2 out of 17
  1. SumeetK.
    Jul 24, 2004
    10
    Very good.
  2. JitenS.
    Oct 31, 2003
    10
    A very well designed game, tremendous graphics and very realastic simulation. But a difficult game and too bad there are no cheat codes to A very well designed game, tremendous graphics and very realastic simulation. But a difficult game and too bad there are no cheat codes to make the it easier. It took me more than a month to complete the game.... very tough. Expand
  3. SteveO
    Sep 5, 2003
    9
    This game is the sh.t, superb graphics and handling plus great options to control the difficulty level, top stuff! ignore mdlp who seems to This game is the sh.t, superb graphics and handling plus great options to control the difficulty level, top stuff! ignore mdlp who seems to have no clue what a god game is, probably one of the sad sim freaks (games are mean't to be entertaining not draining, nothin more lame than a sim, go back to your f1 crap). Collapse
  4. TKorho
    Oct 7, 2005
    8
    Very very pretty game. Has rather advanced graphics engine, and of the couple of tracks that I have seen live, the graphics are good. The Very very pretty game. Has rather advanced graphics engine, and of the couple of tracks that I have seen live, the graphics are good. The feel of excitement is excellent. Simulation is a little bit more than simplistic. It still looks like a motorcycle, but doesn't feel like it. The racing is simple, and AI while looks good, doesn't act very believably when you are "head to head" with them. But the prettiness overcomes most of the lacks. If you consider this as a racing (not sim) game, then it's fine! Expand
  5. DanielB.
    Aug 5, 2003
    7
    Great graphics but let down by bad sound effects which sound nothing like moto gp bikes, bike setup could be a little bit more choicefull butGreat graphics but let down by bad sound effects which sound nothing like moto gp bikes, bike setup could be a little bit more choicefull but as a game preety good! I race honda rs 125's and am aiming for wildcard 125 gp race at donnington in two years!! Expand
  6. MikeH.
    Aug 20, 2003
    6
    Much like the first Moto GP game which in itself was a complete disappointment. It is NOT an advanced simulation like the glossy packaging Much like the first Moto GP game which in itself was a complete disappointment. It is NOT an advanced simulation like the glossy packaging would have believe, but rather a fast paced arcade game. Having an X-Box, I was disappointed when the first one came out. It's too bad Namco wasn't given the license to produce this game as the PS2 versions have all been much more realistic. In simulation mode with the analogue buttons you can slide the bikes like a real pro. In fact I think I'm going to buy a PS2 just to play Moto GP 3. Expand
  7. [Anonymous]
    Apr 5, 2004
    3
    Never could unlock anything, wtf i have payd for a crippeld game.

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