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MotoGP 06 (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 41 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the reliability and graphics. The design and gameplay are also mentioned favorably. Reviews are divided on the usability, while many are less positive about the value for money.

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value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the MotoGP 06 (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 41 reviews)

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50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

 

REVIEW: My mind on my money and my money on my mind

Fast-paced, over-the-top dumb fun built for online co-op.; Plenty of 50 Cent love for fans: videos, songs, and, well, him

Lacks overall polish; isn’t very balanced or fun in single-player

Does “I didn’t sign up for this sh*t” qualify as a taunt? (No.)

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50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

 

Rappers seem to get everywhere these days, first it was their subtle infiltration of movies and now they seem to have moved onto games. I think the real surprise for many was that some rappers could actually act but, up until now, none of them have...

I hated this game when I first played it but the more time I put into it, the more it grew on me. You do not have to be a fan of 50 Cent to enjoy this cheesy slice of shoot ‘em-up pie, and if you have a friend to play it with all the better. That being...

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Saints Row 2

 

Gangbanging was never so much fun.

Volition obviously thought that all this goodness was too much for a single player to deal with, so it included full online co-op for the entire campaign. The traditional multi-player death match modes are still available, but being able to just jump...

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Saints Row 2

 

Saints Row 2 opens with you waking from a five year coma in Stilwater prison (on a separate island) and lets you create a character with a robust customization system. There are so many options that it might actually become overwhelming for some. ...

Like its predecessor, Saints Row 2’s main single player experience has you take on multiple gangs to gain territories (forty-five are attainable). The gangs you’ll face this time around are the Brotherhood, Sons of Samedi and the Ronin. Each group...

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Saints Row 2 - Review

 

Want a good time full of havoc and craziness? Then Saints Row 2 is your answer. Do you want those fond moments of pure zaniness that you may have had with your favorite Grand Theft Auto title before GTA IV hit? Then Saints Row 2 is your answer. How...

One problem that isn’t easy to overlook is the graphics; they aren’t up to par. After customizing my character, I took him to the streets and was thrown into a few cutscenes that displayed his horrible pixilated eyebrows. The environments aren’t...

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Saints Row 2

 

Way back in 2006, a little unknown title called Saints Row dropped on to the scene and was hailed as a GTA beater of some sorts. Well, that was back when Rockstar's latest incarnation was San Andreas, but a lot has changed since then. Rockstar have...

The single player story is absolutely engaging in Saints Row 2, with a great cast to boot. It’s great to know that a good story with a soul can make the same old city a lot more entertaining. The online co-op will attract a lot of attention and rightly...

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Baja: Edge of Control Review (Xbox 360)

 

SUV” doesn't actually stand for Sport Utility Vehicle. The actual definition of SUV is, “an off-road-capable machine that never leaves the tarmac.” The fact of the matter is that, while many Americans drive former “Motor Trend Truck of the Year”...

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Baja: Edge of Control

 

REVIEW: Where we’re going, there are no roads...

Way-fast, way-fun simulation racing...; ...with tight controls and rad physics

Steep learning curve; lack of visual polish

Can we get downloadable ATVs and bikes, please?

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MotoGP '06

 

Developed by Climax and published by THQ, MotoGP '06 follows a long line of motorcycle racers from various previous generation console platforms. Having established MotoGP as the premium motorcycle racing franchise, Climax had the task of proving they...

In terms of the overall gameplay feel, the game is solid as one would expect, and Climax seem to have generally stuck to the age-proven formula that has worked on MotoGP games of the past. It won't make you jump out of your seat, but it definitely works.

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Moto GP 06

 

Climax has continually captured the raw, guttural essence of motorcycle racing in every version of Moto GP. Taking monumental advantage of the power under the hood of the 360, Climax has brought the bike-infused franchise into the next generation of...

Conclusion:While Moto GP 06 is an excellent addition to the small Xbox 360 gaming library, it's not a massive leap in gameplay compared to its predecessor on the Xbox, Moto GP 3. The slight differences include more challenges and a larger number of...