MotoGP 2

Platform(s): Arcade, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PSOne, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Genre: Racing

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'MotoGP 2' - Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on July 1, 2003 @ 3:06 p.m. PDT

Get the MotoGP 2 demo off Worthplaying (87mb)

One complete knee-grazing quick race around the Seprang circuit. Play as one of four riders, at either rookie or pro skill levels. Multiplayer mode also included, playable over lan and direct ip connection. MP includes new game types including tag and daredevil stunt mode.

MotoGP 2 puts players in control of some of the most advanced racing machines on the planet. Developed by Climax, the game features 16 real world tracks, all of the bikes and riders from the 2002 MotoGP series and an intuitive, arcade style control system for the hardcore racing fan. With a variety of innovative gameplay elements, supported by revolutionary graphical and technical features of Climax's motor sports engine, MotoGP 2 features an ideal mix of speed, style and technology to Xbox and PC. Ultra realistic vehicle physics and intense multiplayer modes make this one of the most in-depth motorcycle racing games to date. In territories outside of the USA and Canada, this game will be known as MotoGP: Ultimate Racing Technology 2.

MotoGP is the world's fastest, most advanced form of motorcycle racing. With 16 Grand Prix races taking place on all five continents, MotoGP is watched in more than 200 countries around the world with an average audience of 320 million television viewers per event. The world's leading motorcycle manufacturers all participate with their own state-of-the-art, high-tech motorcycles unique to the MotoGP World Championships. MotoGP is managed by Dorna Sports.

System Requirements : PIII 600, 128MB RAM, 32MB 3D card

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