Metascore
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Mixed or average reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 12
  2. Negative: 1 out of 12
  1. An utterly impressive extreme dirt bike racing title with plenty of modes and enough tricks up its sleeve.
  2. 82
    If you're one of those types who lives for big air videogames, then this game is virtual gold for you... But not enough to really merit an upgrade to the Xbox version if it's already in your library for another console.
  3. Solid frame rates and superb level design make the game fun to play over and over. Throw in the astounding soundtrack as well as the future ability to download from Xbox Live and MX Superfly is a killer title.
  4. 80
    The developers took a great concept from a variety of sources, put them in a blender, hit puree and voila... a veritable slushy of gaming goodness.
  5. 80
    A capable arcade racer crammed with goodies … and a perfect cure for anyone suffering post-"Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4" doldrums.
  6. 80
    Between the race and freestyle career modes, there's simply a ton of gameplay.
  7. It may not be enough to make you want to own this game but you will only scratch the surface if you rent if for a few days.
  8. If you missed out on "MX 2002," Superfly is a perfect place to start.
  9. Even the tire treads have depth to them. [Feb 2003, p.71]
  10. The responsive controls, intelligent racing and challenging tracks more than make up for the rather disappointing graphics that are becoming the signature of the series.
  11. There is one thing I absolutely loathe, and that's the super-hyper-lame-ass "ooh-yeah" and "woo!" they feel necessary to slide in every time you pull off anything even remotely cool, and the similar "what the?" and "careful!" every time you get bumped. [Sept 2002, p.73]
  12. Superfly's physics are unpredictable and frustrating. [Feb/Mar 2003, p.88]

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