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Lunarable Unisex Bandana, Paris Glasses Lipstick and Shoes, Verm price Video Games => Legacy Systems => Xbox Systems Trust Lunarable Unisex Bandana, Paris Glasses Lipstick and Shoes, Verm Clearance For Sale Do you like dirtbike games with powerups littering the track? Nitro boosts for performing outrageous tricks? Close quarters combat for attacking your opponents? Homing missiles for when second place just isn't good enough? If so, you won't like this game because none of that rubbish is here.If you answered no to the previous questions, read on to discover why this is worth your cash.This is, for those who've played it, like MotoGP 08 for dirtbikes. Milestone learned something over the last six years though because, unlike MotoGP 08, MXGP has fully customizable controls (including the right thumbstick). This is a major improvement as anything trying to be remotely realistic needs to allow people to choose the most comfortable setup for playing the game. Huge thanks to Milestone for getting it right this time!There are some limited options for character customization, but you're not going to be creating your own logos or liveries. There are several portraits to choose from for both your character and personal manager, and color selection of boots/text.The game has a competent selection of modes to choose from, offline will see you playing single races or championships and even a career mode. Career mode starts you out with a wildcard ride and allows you to advance through MX2 and later MX1 teams. The online features are simple but solid, single races or the option to compete in full championships with other players."All well and good," you say, "but it means nothing if the game plays like crap." I wholeheartedly agree. There are easier physics modes and assists for those that need a little help, but you can disable the assists for a much more satisfying game where weight shifting is not only a good idea but critical to competing on harder difficulties where every second will count. There is a scrubbing system in place, but in this game it's not about the trick so much as it's about the speed. You get no nitro boost from tricking but scrubbing will help lower your trajectory, minimizing the time you spend wasted in the air. Other air controls are what you might expect from a real bike, acceleration or braking along with weight shifting can help you position the bike for a smooth landing. Smooth is key for fast times, but it's also not a cakewalk with constantly changing track conditions. The dirt becomes more deformed with every rider and lap that passes, so you'll always be on the lookout for the best line.You also have access to some limited bike tuning. Suspension can be modified in areas like preload, damping and stiffness. Gear ratio options include acceleration, top speed or an average of the two. There are also two brake types to choose from. Not extremely deep but the options available can still make a big difference.This game also has one of the best first person cameras I have ever seen in any motorcycle game. It manages to keep your view pointed at where you, as a rider, would actually want to be looking instead of, say, staring into space while you're jumping.MXGP isn't a hardcore simulator but it is the most realistic motocross game I've ever played, and I've been playing them since ExciteBike. Milestone really went the extra mile with this one and it shows, extremely solid gameplay with enough options and varied activities to keep most people happy. It may not be the supreme simulator some purists are still waiting for but it raises the bar significantly over its goofy competitors, and at a bargain price that's far more than fair.Fantastic game, came up short on just a few areas; however, this game is a LANDSLIDE comparison better than the recently released Mx Vs. ATV Supercross.Where to start? I'm so impressed with this game!!!! Release it on Xbox One with a 40 man gate and it gets not better than that.The controls can be completely setup to however you want them. No preset garbage that you must adhere to. First thing I did was change the front brake from Left Trigger to A, and changed rear brake, A to the Left Trigger.The game provides you with tutorial to use both stick for scrubbing. But it has to be timed to do it right. Also when you encounter a roller section you can lean the rider back and he will wheelie over the rollers. But it's not as easy as you would think, it actually takes skill and those who ride already will definitely have an advantage over people who don't race.My favorite part is the Online: You can actually dice it up with people, the servers are excellent and you can bang bars without the fear of being screwed like the Mx Vs Atv franchise is historically known for. Don't be afraid to get in there and rub a little.There is no skill for the holeshot, the bike sounds aren't the greatest. But the game play is definitely a 10/10. The career mode is awesome, you actually get a campaign feeling; you won't be able to beat this game in 6 hours if you race a full weekend career mode where it allows you 35 minutes of free timed practice; Then you have 35 minutes of timed qualifying for gate selection; if you qualify 5th there are actually 5 riders packing their gates that they have selected. But for those not looking for a campaign you can skip all the way to the races you just get last gate pick. That's an awesome feature, really brings the game together for the moto-guy looking to stay busy during the winter months and also allows the non-moto style players to get their feet wet with a satisfying dirt bike game..There are some hay bales that don't move, I was unhappy with that at first; however, I saw they are strategically placed to keep people from cutting the track. The majority of the track is lined with Acerbis markers that do not take you out. As the race progresses the smooth line moves from the center of the track to the outside. It's pretty realistic. If you go off the track you can haul and re-enter without being set back 30 seconds like the MX vs ATV franchise. Within reason, you can't be 20 feet off the track, it has to be really close and you can't gain an advantage by cutting the track the game is very good at dictating whether or not you are cheating.Cons: Fix the dirt bike sounds, allow the holeshot to require some type of mini-game skill related to timing. Also I wish they would add a Realism feature (that you can turn on/off to cater to those who want it and those who don't) where if you wreck, you must run to your bike and have another mini game to start it. Possibly like pull in the LT and use the Right stick in a circular fashion to kick the bike over if it stalls.
This is a super fun game. It's very enjoyable to buzz along the GP tracks. The physics are quite challenging at first and initially it was probably the hardest game I have ever played! 10 minutes or so of just riding around and I got a handle on it, once I did this is a really fun game, it's got lots of control with the rider and bike controls as well as independent brakes, it's tough but very enjoyable. So far I have only done the career mode but there are lots of options of teams to ride for and so forth. The graphics are really really good in the game also, you can even see the rider's jersey blowing in the wind, super cool.If you're into motocross I highly recommend this game, I like it much better than the MX vs ATV series.
Finally picked up MXGP after hearing glowing reviews about it. Can't say much else that hasn't already been said...I'll say I like the physics and style which are realistic (NOT full sim, mind you) and that you really have to learn a rhythm and craft your own technique and style to succeed.Graphics are all right for a last gen title; pretty much what I'd expect from this developer: riders and bikes look great, tracks look nice, backgrounds not so much. Sound is alright.I won't rip on the "other" well known Mx game series but I will say that they are very different but I think each has its own charm. Don't expect to ride like you do in that one though or you'll be in for a tough time.Only downside is that the PS4 release gets a lot of content that the last gen systems don't (such as a larger gate and ALL official tracks) and that since it took so long to find a North American distributor, the game is based on the 2013 season and feels a tiny bit dated. Those downsides are the openly reason I don't rate it 5 stars.
OFFICIAL LICENSE: 60 riders, 60 bikes, 14 tracks and rules from the official MX1 and MX2 2013 FIM Motocross World Championship.
UNPARALELLED REALISM: It's "THE GAME ABOUT MOTOCROSS"! This philosophy is seen in all aspects of the game: realistic bike physics, rider motion-captured animations, dirt systems, new terrain deformation system, ditches and particles, and much more
BE A MOTOCROSS RIDER: Live the life of a motocross competitor through the career mode: sign contracts with official MX teams, strive for the best results and push to became the new world champion.
NEW TRACKS: Completely new track system: Realistic illumination, 3D textured trees and vegetation, fans, balloons, animated flags, and much more. Taken 1:1 from the real world setting.
From down in the mud to the stars of the championship, Motocross warriors battle across the globe for fame and glory. Dust, thrills, spectacular jumps and a desperate struggle for first place; These are the key elements that make up the new videogame dedicated to one of the most adrenaline-fuelled and demanding championships of all time.
MXGP 14: The Official Motocross Videogame