First expiry date: May 30, 2017
Developer: Milestone S.r.l.
Publishers: Milestone S.r.l.
- Platforms: PS4 , XBOX ONE , PC
Have you ever wanted to participate in motocross races under different weather conditions? Well, today is your lucky day.
I want to say a few things that are unknown to me when I start to look at it. First of all I’m not a fan of a big racing game. In racing games, no more cars or motors, no more arcade games are welcome. Even the best motor racing game that was scorched was a production we had on the PlayStation 1 and controlled our flying engines and clutched ourselves on cliffs with light whips we threw like Indiana Jones. (I do not mean the one from Moto Racer or Road Rash .- Kürşat) Since there is no fanaticism in the genre and the series, you can be sure that I will give you the view – in this case MXGP3. Sure, if that’s possible ..
I want to talk about something incredibly sneaky before entering the game modes. Unfortunately, the game under consideration is almost identical to the MXGP2. No, I can understand the modes as much as once, but the game menus and the user interface are the same. Did not anybody say “I want my brother to add it as a package to MXGP2 instead of doing this game”?
The game is so copy-and-paste that the old game is a sinking and disturbing thing even for someone who has not played for a long time. I now copy this game and only 4 attachments at the end and I lean on the images everybody believes yahu. I’m talking about a situation like that.
If we come to the game modes, we have a career that we know from the previous game, and Monster Energy is added to the FIM MXoN mode as well as the Championship, Grand Prix and Compound games. Monster Energy In the FIM MXoN mode, you have the opportunity to control real racers around the world. There is still no story in career mode. You are trying to create your character you are familiar with from the old castle, develop and celebrate the trinity. In doing so, you do not even see your career screen up to a certain point. Do not be afraid, go ahead.
With the money we earn from the races, we can increase and decrease the acceleration, speed, control or brake. Of course, we do not have to mention that we can change ourselves and our motives by ourselves with the same amount of money
Perhaps the most favorite and most player-friendly feature of the game should be mentioned. Like all Milestone games, the MXGP3 has an excellent “rewind” feature for the game. You know how it works since Milestone’s SCAR game, so that the company that drives this mechanics to racing games is the direct ones themselves.
Errors that you often make in racing games and how you end up in the first place due to these mistakes are all painfully reminiscent of you. With this feature of the game, you can make the mistake and you have the chance to correct it by wrapping it as far back as you want. Moreover, it has no limit or duration. When you want, you can use as many times as you like. Finally, I guess it would not be a lie if I say that the multiplayer of the game is no different than the ghost town. If you want to play with dozens of boots and two real people, do not pass what you get.
Maybe it sounds like you’ve attacked too many games, but there’s a game that really makes you feel like you’re using
a cross-engine underneath. In addition, there are better physics laws and graphics brought by a whole new game engine. Despite this, even if the motocross is going to attract its fans, there is no innovation to catch the rest of the players, unfortunately on the old game.
MXGP – The Official Motocross Videogame Minimum System Requirements
- Processor (CPU): 2.4 GHz
- RAM: 2 GB
- Operating System: Windows XP
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA Geforce 7600 or ATI X1600 or higher with at least 512MB of display memory
- Sound Card: Yes
- Free Space: 4 GB
MXGP – The Official Motocross Videogame Recommended System Requirements
- Processor (CPU): Intel Core i5-750 / AMD Phenom II X4 965
- RAM: 4 GB
- Operating System: Windows Vista
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 / AMD Radeon HD 6950
- Sound Card: Yes
- Free Space: 4 GB