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If you need to put: “The Official Motorcross Videogame” on your package there might be something wrong with your product. That applies to MXGP2. Maybe Milestone thinks families will not understand what kind of game this is with just the MXGP2 characters. Although one look at the front cover of the game and we instantly know this is a motorcycle racing game. A video game that is not that great.

MXGP2 contains Single Player, Multiplayer, Customize, Extras, Options, and Add-ons. There is no local multiplayer in MXGP2. Families need to go online and have a PS Plus membership. The Single Player mode contains MXGP, Career, Monster Energy Fim, Mxon, Stadium Series, Real Events, and Test Track. Under MXGP there is Grand Prix, Championship and Time Attack. There are eighteen outdoor tracks, and four indoor tracks. Not a lot to race on, and many of the tracks feel similar.

The controls are the biggest problem in MXGP2. They are loose, and the tracks are narrow. The computer riders will cheat and get away with it. If we are off the track for just a bit we are instantly reset in the track. I would get passed by five to ten racers when that happens. Since there are only twenty-two racers you can image how quickly I got into last place. Even on the easiest setting MXGP2 is insanely difficult. It is easy to crash, and the computer riders will help you face plant even when physics should have them crash. I also got stuck on those rectangle bags on the sides of some tracks.

There is a limited rewind button in MXGP2. It could help here and there. Not enough for my personal tastes. The music in MXGP2 is okay. The graphics look okay in some parts, and really nice in other parts (like the start of a race). In game credits can be earned, and better bikes can be purchased. We can also customize the bikes in MXGP2.

I did not have fun playing MXGP2. The lack of local multiplayer really hurts this game. The controls also hurt. If you want to play MXGP2 then you will need to really practice and get good at all those U-turns. Worth five dollars tops.
- Frank


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 70%
Replay: 60%
Gameplay: 30%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PC/Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Milestone
Developer: Milestone
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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