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Moto Racer 3 Information and Screenshots!

by Rainier on June 28, 2001 @ 11:28 a.m. PDT

Get ready to rev those engines and smoke your opponents once again, because the third installment of Moto Racer, Moto Racer 3, is coming to the PC in October 2001! Developed by Delphine Software, the same developers that brought you the first two groundbreaking Moto Racer games, Moto Racer 3 features all new bikes, all new tracks, all new excitement!
Get ready to rev those engines and smoke your opponents once again, because the third installment of Moto Racer, Moto Racer 3, is coming to the PC in October 2001! Developed by Delphine Software, the same developers that brought you the first two groundbreaking Moto Racer games, Moto Racer 3 features all new bikes, all new tracks, all new excitement!

To wet your appetite we have attached several screenshots from the latest build of the game.

Moto Racer 3 sends players into an ultra-realistic world of motor biking, with such features as photo-realistic tracks reproduced on location, real motorbike physics simulations, TV quality replays, realistic movements of riders, and more.

Players can race alone against computer opponents or with up to 7 friends via LAN or the Internet.

 

Other features include:

  • 5 blood-pumping racing styles, including street, motocross, supercross, freestyle, and trial with 24 all-new bikes
  • 15 tracks immersing the player in completely different racing environments such as Grand Prix, touring, indoor, outdoor, and more
  • Awesome high quality graphics using the latest modeling and rendering techniques—bikes are highly detailed, you’ve never seen such awe-inspiring detail in a motor bike game before!
  • Amazing special effects including dynamic shadow, shadow-mapping, reflection mapping, multi-texturing, and more
  • Hyper-realistic control of the bikes with independent back and front suspension, full interaction between rider and motor bike, suspension compression, and more
  • several gameplay modes, including Practice, Time Attack, Customized Race, and “Scoring Race”
  • Multiplayer mode via Internet and LAN for up to 8 people.
  • Possibility to customize the characteristics of the bikes and create personalized skins
  • Out-of-the box play for beginners and experts alike
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