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  • Summary: All the thrills of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross 2018 Championship. Live the life of a pro, put yourself to the test in the Compound, tackle challenges, manage your events and attract new sponsors to earn fame and unlock new content.
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Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Video Game 2 - Announcement Trailer
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  1. Feb 5, 2019
    Monster Energy Supercross 2 is the best supercross available right now. It might even be the best supercross game ever made. It’s just a shame that even though improvements have been made to its career mode, it’s still not particularly engaging or noteworthy.
  2. Feb 5, 2019
    If you’re a fan of off-road racing, love bikes and can’t take your eyes off the excitement of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championships when it lights up the TV, then this is a game you’ll find plenty of enjoyment in. With Monster also providing branding usage rights to the MXGP series, it is however hard to see much of a difference from the two set of games.
  3. Feb 23, 2019
    Maybe sometimes it can be mostly frustrating, but not most of the time. It's a fun game.
  4. Feb 8, 2019
    There are slight improvements but (like its predecessor) this is still stuck in the mud of mediocracy.
  5. Feb 14, 2019
    Milestone is obviously on the good path. Monster Energy Supercross has many things to improve on, but there’s at least an interesting Career mode, and more realistic driving.
  6. Apr 8, 2019
    As someone who enjoys this genre, and always has, I wish that Milestone could strike gold and usher in a new heyday of off-road racing games. They have some building blocks in place, but need to try to take more time with their games and polish them more before release. Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Video Game 2 is hurt by this lack of polish, as well as some dated mechanics and middling gameplay, leaving it a mediocre racer overall.
  7. Feb 18, 2019
    Considering that it’s a sequel, and despite its efforts, Monster Energy Supercross 2 doesn’t feel wholly refined overall. The game suffers considerably due to its loose handling, its steep difficulty curve, and its excessive loading times. That said, there’s enough diverse content on offer to keep die-hard fans entertained until next time. Just don’t expect the quality to have come on in leaps and bounds in comparison to its predecessor.
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  1. Feb 12, 2019
    They’ve done wonderful work when it comes to the presentation side of the game with both the visuals and sound design delivering a veryThey’ve done wonderful work when it comes to the presentation side of the game with both the visuals and sound design delivering a very immersive and exciting experience. There’s a load of content for you to play, and the variety within the content means racing your bike never seems to get dull or bland.
    I enjoy the amount of customization options that are available, because being allowed to chop and change certain things meant I could put my own personal feel on things. Technically the game holds up really well throughout and this meant racing around on my bike always felt fun and most important of all realistic. The riding and physics of the bikes feel improved over the original game and winning a race now feels a lot more rewarding because of this. I found the load times to be a little too long and waiting around can test your patience. Last year’s Monster Energy Supercross is definitely up there with the best bike racing games ever. I went into Monster Energy Supercross 2 with excitement and a touch of expectations as well. Thankfully it delivered, because this game has took what was so good from the first game and in some ways improved further which in turn made this game absolutely brilliant. One of the improvements then came in the form of the riding itself because the physics feel more realistic this time around. You can also chop and change more things this time around as well and this added touch was nice because the freedom allowed me to make things more personal. In terms of content the game has a myriad of modes for you to get to grips with and racing in each of these modes never became dull or boring. The long load times in Monster Energy Supercross 2 aside, gets little else wrong and with the added bonus of an exciting, hyped, presentation and a technical essence that doesn’t throw many problems your way. You get another offering that’s stands up there with the very best motor bike racing games of all time. Two massive thumbs up!