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I am very thankful I had the money to purchase the Atari Collection 1 on the Evercade system. One of the games that came with the Atari Collection 1 on the Evercade is Motor Psycho. If you watch the FFG Original videos and have read the FFG Original news articles and read the reviews then you know I chose the 8-bit NES over the Atari 7800 back in the day. There was only so much money and we could only get one system. Little did anyone in my family know how much that would impact me.

It is great all these decades later to experience Motor Psycho. I actually enjoyed this racing video game. There are only four racing tracks within Motor Psycho. The tracks do not feel too different to me personally. The interesting catch in Motor Psycho is there are no brakes. We can be in low gear or high gear. You will want to be in low gear to take those turns and avoid those arrow signs.

There are ramps in Motor Psycho that let the player jump really high. Motor Psycho also includes hills and cones. We must avoid the cones and the other racers. The goal in Motor Psycho is to complete all of the laps while you still have time on your clock. This will take a little bit of practice. It took me some time to find the high gear in Motor Psycho so I could pass the other racers.

Motor Psycho looks decent for a game from that era. Motor Psycho plays well, and it is all up to the player and their reaction times. We can explode by running into other racers in Motor Psycho. This will cost you some time and the speed you had going before the crash. It is better to avoid the other racers as much as possible. I learned that really quickly myself.

Motor Psycho looks better and plays better than I expected. The audio is good and fits the game. A great example is the screeching while going around corners. Motor Psycho is too similiar to other racing titles at the time. This is why I did not want it when I was a kid. There are too few tracks in Motor Psycho. Even with those issues I still had fun playing Motor Psycho. I would love to see more Atari 7800 video games get released on the Evercade systems.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Atari 7800/Evercade
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Blue Sky Software
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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