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MotoGP 09/10 (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
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2.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Brand new exciting gameplay modes that deliver the ultimate GP racing experience
  • 17 official circuits and all the bikes and riders from the 2009 GP season plus the ability to update the game with content from the 2010 championship as the season unfolds
  • Gain Rider Reputation points through your achievements on the track and use these to progress your career with new offers of contracts, manufacturers, staff and sponsorship deals
  • Dynamic racing objectives challenge riders during racing sessions
  • Compete against riders across the globe in online multiplayer mode in races with up to 20 players
  • Two player split screen allows you to compete against your friends locally
  • Select from 125cc, 250cc and 800cc championships with each class delivering its own exciting and unique bike handling set up
  • Realistic AI which emulates a true racing pack with different rider styles and pace
  • Accessible handling for players of all levels to create an enjoyable racing experience
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00378KP6Q
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 19 Mar. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,032 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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MotoGP 09/10 takes the series in an exciting new direction rewarding players for their racing style and skill on the track. Gamers will get all the riders, tracks and teams from the official 2009 MotoGP season AND free downloadable content from the 2010 season as it unfolds


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Great graphics, a big improvement over 08. Ok, that's the good bit out of the way.

Utterly frustrating, it's bad enough that they've cocked up the handling physics of the thing. For example, when you steer left the rear wheel seems to swing out to the right. Opposite happens when you steer right, the rear swings left. This is NOT how a motorcycle behaves. It IS how a forklift truck behaves. But that's only the beginning. Things go downhill from here.

I want to work my way through a realistic career mode, oh but hang on let me see I have 5 minutes free practice with no indication during that time of where I am in relation to everyone else. So I don't know whether I need to speed up a bit, a lot, or whether I'm just doing ok, or am I 6 seconds ahead? The whole point of free practice is SETUP of your bike. Hello? Developers? Did you actually study how MotoGP works at all? It's impossible to work on bike adjustment and setup unless you have information about how other racers are doing. There should be 1 hour free practice with a leaderboard and the option to skip time forward.

Same goes for qualifying session, it's utterly ludicrous to only have 5 minutes and no positional information during the session. Once again, an hour and a leaderboard required with the time skip option.

Which brings us to the race itself. 3 laps, which (unless I've missed something, and PLEASE correct me if I have) you can't alter. 3 laps?? No option of 5, 10, 15, or full race distance?

As if those fundamental flaws weren't bad enough we also have a numpty Scotsman whining in your ear DURING the sessions. Oh yeah, that's realistic. Thankfully he can be turned down.
Ducati, which sounds like Honda, which sounds like Yamaha etc etc....
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I am a real big fan of the moto gp and most bike games in general. one of the best bike games i have played was moto gp 07 which was the last game made by THQ before capcom took over.

I own motogp 08 which was not too bad but a little disapointing as you could not customise your bike or leathers or even ride as your computerised avaitar... plus no more extreme mode. the game was ok for the moto gp experience but just didnt feel like it should of it had more of a arcade feel and more restictive in game play.

i purchased the new moto gp 09/10 to see if it was any better see if capcom had improved over all the bad reviews and issues on 08. i first played the game on split screen mutiplayer with a friend and i hated it. my main issues with the game are
1. who wants to listen to a very anoying guy shouting at you the whole race
2.this time out thing on mutiplayer im first then it tells me i have timed out put you last and then lets you continue and i cant seem to turn it off if i wanted arcade mode id select it
3.the game is not fluid in the racing it feels riged and you dont feel fully in control
4.the contol set up on the controller wont let you re assign to what you want you have to have all the set ups capcom want you to have
5.the game puts you under pressure when you dont need it which seems to take the fun out of it for me
6.no customisational bikes,leathers so you cant put yourself in the game unlike 06 and 07

but not all is bad the good points
1.graphics are very good and it is a nice looking game
2.all the latest riders and bikes from 125,250 and gp bikes
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Okay, so reading the mixed reviews I hired this game. I have now bought it but make no mistake this is not because it is a fantastically good game. It is because I want an up to date Moto GP game with all the current bikes and riders and because I hate only getting half way through a game. My guess is Capcom are relying on this trade. Marketing a game covering two years 09/10 also seems a ploy to get more sales, but I guess that means each years' part of the game is only worth £15. I would argue it's worth even less than that.

Firstly, I am a massive Moto GP fan. As I don't have sky it is the only bike racing I get to watch now. Secondly, I have owned previous Moto GP and SBK titles (Moto GP 08 and Moto GP 4). Thirdly, I ride a motorbike myself although admittedly have not raced.

I have so many gripes with this game. Here's some:
Sound - the sound in the game is very poor. The scottish voice and music are irritating and even when you turn them off you have a stupid icon that comes up to tell you when a new tune starts, which is really distracting in a race. The sound of the bikes is naff. The sound when you collide with other bikes and crash is awful. I also have not noticed any sound when a bike is approaching you from behind (there was in Moto GP 08), so you get no warning if you are about to be overtaken, apart from an icon on the left of the screen that is hard to take in if you are in a section with lots of corners and trying to concentrate. HAVING PLAYED THE GAME MORE THERE IS SOME SOUND WHEN A BIKE IS APPROACHING BUT THIS IS MINIMAL.
Graphics - I think the graphics were better last year. This years game is way too bright and arcadey. Not to my taste. The crash graphics are awful too.
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