Moto GP 09/10 Review

  POSTED March 30, 2010

  POSTED March 30, 2010 |   VIEWS 6102

A revamped Career mode and some fine racing are offset by some strange AI quirks in Capcom's latest two-wheeled racing game..Click on Read More to check out The Good, The Bad and the critic scores


  • Improved Career mode  
  • Lots of online options and good frame rate online  
  • Great tire modeling.


  • Overreliance on tuck feels unrealistic  
  • MotoGP bikes take too long to unlock in most modes  
  • AI disparity between qualifying and race performance is frustrating.

7.0
6.7
7
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