MotoGP 13 came out last week and it is actually the first game developer Milestone has released under the name Moto GP. Contrary to what you might think, this is a very solid mix between simulation and arcade that is clearly the best title in the genre despite poor graphics and a bunch of framerate issues on consoles. A demo is available to those who are interested but it is definitely worth checking out if you're into motorsport titles.
For once, we will quote the final words of the review of our colleagues from Eurogamer.net so you can get the true potential of this game. It is also worth mentioning that Moto GP is much more accesible than the Superbike series.
Posté par Eurogamer Look beyond the tattered edges, though, and there's enough to ensure that the monopoly on two-wheel racing Milestone now enjoys doesn't mean this wins out by default. MotoGP 13's a lean, scrappy racer that's not just the best motorbike game around at the moment - it's one of the best pure motorsport experiences on console for years.
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