- Reviews 11
The career mode has been expanded, the A.I. and game physics have been completely overhauled, and new game modes promise total immersion in the world of the MotoGP.
Enjoyable, but suffers from a lack of upgrades. [Issue#164, p.87]
Even though the differences from last years edition are hard to find, MotoGP 15 is the best bike simulator you could find.
MotoGP 2015 has evolved, but it isn't the step up in class we were hoping for. [Issue#127, p.85]
At it’s best, MotoGP 15 delivers a stellar core racing experience that is backed up by a strong use of the official MotoGP license. At it’s worst, it’s an average-looking racer that lacks that certain magic that makes the actual MotoGP so enjoyable.
The game approaches the realism of motorsports in general, and the nasty weathe-visuals in the game look good. Overall though, the graphics are not that great and the game doesn't show much improvement over earlier games.
Milestone returns to the racing circuits in a solid shape. New MotoGP pleases with physics, maneuverability and admiration to a motorcycle history. The rest of the game, however, is -as usual- not dazzling.
Caught in the right light and this glitters like a racing visor in the sun, but it’s very similar to last year’s game. Ultimately only worth it if you’ve spent years out - and haven’t picked up stablemate, Ride.
A worthy addition to the genre.
A competent if not thrilling yearly update to the two-wheeled racing franchise, MotoGP fails to deliver the excitement it’s subject matter deserves.
Milestone returns to the fray with its official Moto GP World Championship simulator offering essential continuity, but technical errors hamper.