Mixed or average reviews - based on 18 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 18
  2. Negative: 0 out of 18
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  1. 81
    Monster Energy Supercross 3 is a very fun racing game with a great rhythm, especially if played in a less simulative way. So many modes, intense competition, and a crazy amount of mud...
  2. Jan 31, 2020
    Supercross 3 presents itself at the starting line with a vaguely conservative attitude and less exuberance than expected, although it continues to represent one of the most complete titles within the portfolio of the Milanese software house.
  3. Feb 2, 2020
    Monster Energy Supercross 3 is a great experience for those wanting to enjoy the atmosphere and thrill of the AMA Supercross championship, thanks to a rich Career mode and a great gameplay inspired by the last game form Milestone, MXGP 3.
  4. Feb 4, 2020
    Monster Energy Supercross 3 offers a lot of customization and game modes, but lacks improvement in AI and could have done better with physics.
  5. Feb 3, 2020
    The latest release from Milestone is a worthy entry in Moto Racing genre, one with great harmony between its components. Monster Energy Supercross 3 is exactly what it wanted to be, no more or no less, and if you are a fan of the genre, you should definitely try it.
  6. 75
    Though overly tame crashes and a no-frills campaign rankle, a superb handling model and improved feature set both ensure that Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 3 is the best the series has ever been and clearly showcases Milestone's Supercross franchise on an upward trajectory.
  7. Feb 10, 2020
    Quotation forthcoming.
  8. Feb 9, 2020
    Milestone delivers yet another enjoyable racing game. Motocross fans will definitely enjoy it even with its shortcomings, and if you’re just looking for a decent racing game, you will enjoy it too.
  9. Feb 6, 2020
    With a multiplayer mode that this time really works, and a rich track editor, Monster Energy Supercross 3 manages to balance out the cons that come from the rather poor career mode and the unnecessary high challenge of the A.I.
  10. Feb 5, 2020
    Hardcore fans of the series will enjoy this the most, but the learning curve is steep for those new to the series or to Supercross in general. The confidence level for riding will take some time to reach to pull off jumps and corners, but there’s a good payoff when you get to that point. The Compound offers a big change and in a positive way while other modes get some boosts as well. The online experience is much improved thanks to its dedicated servers and some mini games. Colors pop on the screen and the atmosphere of a Supercross race is still replicated well. Milestone needs to implement the tools to make the game more accessible.
  11. Feb 5, 2020
    Better than its predecessor, but lacking in identity, Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame 3 mostly offers more of the same, though with excruciatingly long loading times that will drive anyone up the wall. Worth its price tag only if you're interested in the genre and haven't played the previous title.
  12. Jan 31, 2020
    Deceptively technical and tricky to master, Monster Energy Supercross 3 is a modest but solid two-wheeled racer with good atmosphere and a great sense of speed. However, the fact the previous two are largely just as good makes it harder to get the heart rate up again, whether exceeding the maximum safe daily dose of Monster or not.
  13. Jan 31, 2020
    The third Monster Energy Supercross is fun, technical and full of different game modes. Excellent editor. The variety of challenges and multiplayer minigames collide with a bland, farming-centered Career Mode. New air-physics, some conservative assets.
  14. Feb 7, 2020
    A convincing motocross experience and improved visuals meet a dreary campaign and innovations not thought through – in the end it is a decent (yet typical) Milestone update.
  15. Feb 14, 2020
    Supercross is by no means a bad game, but I would have a hard time recommending it to someone that isn't already a fan of motocross in general, or the supercross series in particular. If your patient, you'll be rewarded with a solid dirtbike racing sim, but the average racing game fan likely won't have the patience to tolerate the game's shortcomings.
  16. Feb 10, 2020
    To be fair, the physics are impressive, requiring you to find a rhythm as you hit the undulations in the mud. And there’s a lot to get busy with, including a reasonable if ultimately ignorable track editor. But the reality is that unless you’re already deeply engrossed in supercross as a sport, there’s very little here that’s going to give you the aftereffects of a Monster Energy-induced high.
  17. Feb 2, 2020
    An enjoyable way of spending an hour or two, but a lack of significant progress combined with a fairly ordinary career structure, uninspiring user-created tracks and rocky online performance means that you won't be running home from school desperate to play the next level.
  18. Jan 31, 2020
    Monster Energy Supercross 3 looks and sounds the part, but it’s more likely to introduce a sensation of deja vroom than actual white knuckle excitement that befits a sensational sport.
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 20 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 20
  2. Negative: 5 out of 20
  1. Feb 24, 2020
    I have now spent over 30 hours playing this game. Aside from the horrible campaign mode and the lack of instruction, I am starting to likeI have now spent over 30 hours playing this game. Aside from the horrible campaign mode and the lack of instruction, I am starting to like this game. I don't know if the latest patch had anything to do with the fact that I now find this game enjoyable, but something changed. Without a doubt, there is a STEEP learning curve. (Still hate the, "tuff block" physics) However, once you work through the campaign, the game takes on a new feel. I can't explain it. But I am able to actually control my bike and rider. Turn off any and all assists! It will suck at first, but it pays off! Full Review »