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MotoGP 09/10 (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 78 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the action. The value for money also gets good feedback. There are some mixed comments about the single player gameplay. Many are negative about the gameplay and AI.

multi player, value for money, action

controls, graphics, AI, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the MotoGP 09/10 (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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MotoGP 09/10 Review

 

MotoGP has been around the track for many years now and if you have ever taken it for a spin then you know that it's one of those games that people either love to hate or hate to love.

The game’s audio is about what you would expect from a motorcycle sim: lots of engine noise and the cheers/jeers from the crowd. The soundtrack is licensed but sounds overtly generic. At the least I'm glad they chose to avoid the traditional music...

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MotoGP 09/10

 

The best use of leather and skidmarks ever! The MotoGP series has been a staple in gaming for quite a few years now. Amazingly it continues to generate a following,...

Career mode ; Intuitive controls ; Smooth online

Steep learning curve ; Online is a ghost town ; Graphics take a hit

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MotoGP 09/10

 

Capcom's motorcycle sim series, MotoGP, rides again with an 09/10 entry. But can it still be considered a motorcycle sim?

MotoGP 09/10 certainly isn’t the worst motorcycle racing game on the market, but it’s definitely not the best either. The franchise has sadly fallen from the Climax glory days as the efforts to appeal to a broader audience have ended up pleasing no...

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MotoGP 09/10 review

 

If you wanted to race on four wheels, you have a huge assortment of games to play, from Forza, to Need For Speed, to Burnout and so on. But if you're into two wheeled motorcycle racing, particularly the realistic kind, there's usually one option:...

Good campaign, lots of depth ; Great selection of bikes and tracks ; Great online component

Campaign stretches too far ; A lot of bugs

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MotoGP 09/10 New Track Impressions

 

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MotoGP 09/10 (360) Review

 

Motorcycle racing skips a year and doubles up, but was it enough to give this game an edge?

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MotoGP 09/10

 

Who knew racing on two wheels would be so tough? In my video game career I have put in literally thousands of hours into racing games, from classics to the realistic simulators of today. But never have I had so much trouble getting used to a game. I'm...

Despite having some handling problems and a steep learning curve, Moto GP 09/10 proves to be a worthwhile racing game. It won't make you forget about Forza 3 or the upcoming Gran Turismo 5, but it offers a solid online experience and more than enough...

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MotoGP 09/10 Review

 

The balance between arcade racing like Burnout or the upcoming Blur and hardcore simulations such as the Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo series is pretty tough to achieve. This is particularly true when the selections of racers available are slim, as...

MotoGP also lets you play around in modes aside from career, but the more powerful bikes are still locked from the get-go in all modes except time trial and multiplayer, meaning you still have to work to get the most out of arcade or championship...

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MotoGP 09/10

 

Moto GP 09/10 has done something pretty unique for a sports game. While most sports games, including the previous MotoGP games, have been regular, Monumental seems to wanting to break this trend. With the '09 Season fully installed on the disc, they...

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MotoGP 09/10

 

A revamped Career mode and some fine racing are offset by some strange AI quirks in Capcom's latest two-wheeled racing game.

Improved Career mode ; Lots of online options and good frame rate online ; Great tire modeling

Overreliance on tuck feels unrealistic ; MotoGP bikes take too long to unlock in most modes ; AI disparity between qualifying and race performance is frustrating