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  • Summary: Racing fans can take the excitement of Moto Grand Prix racing with them wherever they go as the game boasts thrilling new features including the new 2005 roster, unlockable rewards, and a wireless multiplayer mode that allows up to eight players to race against each other. The game boasts the new 2005 MotoGP roster which includes famous Riders such as Valentino Rossi, Marco Melandri, Nick Hayden, Troy Bayliss, Carlos Checa, Alex Barros and Shinya Nakano. Players face new challenges in this portable installment in order to unlock cool rewards such as one-on-one mode, hidden riders, Moto GP movies, and more. Players go head-to-head in time trial, arcade, one-on-one, and wireless multiplayer mode where up to eight players can race against one another at the same time. [Namco Bandai] Expand
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 18
  2. Negative: 1 out of 18
  1. Online or off, MotoGP is a very slick racing experience, and its deceptively simplistic gameplay hides a very effective control system and devastatingly addictive racing.
  2. Technically a good game, but what prevents it from being a great one is its lack of legs. The sense of accomplishment one gets from conquering season after season loses a bit of its shine when confronted with the same eight tracks and the same stiff AI, creating a lack of real replay value if there isn’t a stable of friends to multi with.
  3. 70
    The Season mode is as basic as it gets, and there isn't much besides that. The riding mechanics are fantastic, however, and that's what makes the game a nice pickup for motorcycle racing fans.
  4. Moto GP is rather desirable for anyone that loves their simulated bike racers and the PSP once again proves that it's a decent handheld for racing fans.
  5. 65
    Moto GP is a good racer for anyone who wants motorcylces on the go and is willing to work past the controls.
  6. Like most PSP games, Moto GP is pretty much the same as the Playstation 2 version, just smaller. While the translation is very well done, there’s nothing interesting and worthwhile unless you really need it in a portable format.
  7. A bitter disappointment. It's a soulless, miserable outing that manages to make zooming around on crotch-rockets dull and frustrating.

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