MXGP3: The Official Motocross Videogame Image
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  1. Sep 23, 2018
    40
    MXGP3 is far more bare bones than it ought to be. It sure does offer some thrills in its racing, but the scale-backs for the Switch version and particularly the loss of the multiplayer modes are impossible to forgive.
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  1. Nov 23, 2017
    9
    Surprised nobody has said anything about this game yet! This is easily the most impressive racing game I have seen on the Switch outside ofSurprised nobody has said anything about this game yet! This is easily the most impressive racing game I have seen on the Switch outside of Mario Kart, and it is surprisingly sophisticated. For a motocross game it pretty much plays how you want it to, there is a lot of options for gameplay and difficulty so you can pretty much make it as realistic or arcade like as you desire. This sort of reminds me of Froza where you can make the game sim or not.

    When it comes to graphics it definitely gets the job done, it looks decent in third person but the game really shines when you play the game in first person view. You can really get a feel for your bike and have great control over it, the controls allowing you to control your rider and the bike quite accurately which can make playing the game feel natural. As for the single player there is a lot of ways for you to enjoy it and the career is pretty deep for a racing game. Sadly though there doesn't seem to be any multiplayer for this version of the game at this point. Overall as a game that is somewhat of a budget title ($40 on the eshop) it's a great game for racing fans and motocross enthusiasts, and I bet even people with a casual interest can enjoy it as well.
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  2. Nov 9, 2020
    7
    For someone that loves to play MX games on PC and wants to take it to the switch it's a great game. I've been playing all the MXGP's so far onFor someone that loves to play MX games on PC and wants to take it to the switch it's a great game. I've been playing all the MXGP's so far on PC and although the graphics on the Switch aren't great, it's still great to be able to play MXGP on the Switch.

    Like I said the graphics aren't the best and can feel a bit blurry in docking mode and the FPS can sometimes drop a bit (especially when it rains).

    All in all very enjoyable and would recommend!

    Also check out Monster Energy Supercross - The official videogame 3 for Switch!
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  3. Aug 18, 2019
    6
    Very much get back what you put in. Spend the time to master the weight shifting mechanism and your reward with on the cusp dirt bike racing.Very much get back what you put in. Spend the time to master the weight shifting mechanism and your reward with on the cusp dirt bike racing. Steep learning curve.
    Graphics have no tyres trails or particles. Fortunately the physics were left in tact during porting which is the important thing. No multiplayer or split screen... Shame
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  4. Dec 11, 2020
    0
    These dirbtikes handle awful and handle nothing like real dirtbikes. They under steer no matter how much you try to correct it. Once again,These dirbtikes handle awful and handle nothing like real dirtbikes. They under steer no matter how much you try to correct it. Once again, nothing like a real dirtbike. Do not recommend. Expand