The only official MXGP videogame: all the riders and bikes from MX1 and MX2! Race on 1:1 scale official championship tracks. Career mode takes you from Debut Season to MX1. The game physics and dual stick control allow for separate control of bike and rider: unprecedented realism, in your hands.
User reviews: Very Positive (218 reviews)
Release Date: Mar 28, 2014
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June 10

MXGP - VERSION 1.001 – CHANGELOG


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VERSION 1.001 – CHANGELOG
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- Fix on the Online Championship stability
- Fix on the Sprint Season stability
- Game version management included
(Only players who have updated the game can now play together online)
- Minor bug fix on Leaderboards

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Reviews

“Hard-core Motocross fans will be amazed at how faithfully all the different elements of off-road riding have been recreated.”
8 – http://www.motorionline.com/2014/03/28/mxgp-la-recensione-tecnica/

“No previous major motocross game has ever let you really feel the weight of the bike like this, and trajectory management has never been so important for achieving a good time, or even for overtaking an opponent without ending up face-down in the dirt.”
7,5 – http://www.jeuxvideo.com/articles/0001/00019488-mxgp-the-official-motocross-videogame-test.htm

“If there’s one word to describe MXGP, it’s intense.”
7,5 – http://www.nowgamer.com/ps3/ps3-reviews/2340662/mxgp_review.html

About This Game

Finally: official Motocross is back! Put yourself to the test, racing in the two MXGP championships with all the riders and bikes from the MX1 and MX2 categories! Take up the challenge from the promising young MX2 riders and the MX1 champions, and join them on the tracks!
Race on the official championship tracks, faithfully reproduced for the first time in a Motocross game. Get yourself noticed in your Debut Season to attract offers from the official teams and launch your career in MX2. Race your way through the events and, with the right results, you'll be able to aspire to an offer in MX1 to take on the heroes of Motocross.
Take full control of your bike with dual stick control: the advanced game physics allows for separate control of the bike and the rider. Jump, scrub and whip! It's all in your hands!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows®XP™ SP2, Windows®Vista™, Windows®7 or Windows®8
    • Processor: Intel™ 2.4Ghz or similar
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® Geforce 7600 or ATI® X1600 or higher (it must be able to manage Pixel Shader 3.0) with at least 512MB of display memory (Laptop versions of these cards are not fully supported)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows®XP™ SP2, Windows®Vista™, Windows®7 or Windows®8
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-750, 2.67 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 / AMD Radeon HD 6950 or better (Laptop versions of these cards are not fully supported)
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
13 of 16 people (81%) found this review helpful
131.7 hrs on record
The game developers have given up on supporting this game.
A large percent of players are experiencing crashes every single race which practicly makes the game unplayable.
No word has been said on the problem being fixed so there is no point in waisting your time playing this game.
The game has so much potential but it has been abandoned by the devs.

QQ
Posted: June 6
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11 of 14 people (79%) found this review helpful
16.4 hrs on record
I got this game a week after launch. I hate it.

It crashes after every online race.

Every time I want to play online I need to creat a new account because the old account is not recognized as being valid. I am guessing that they make it do this so the leaderbords say there are a bunch of users when there are really a fraction of that number.

If there were not the problems listed above the game would be ok but the MX Vs ATV games are still better and there is a new one of those comming out next month so save your money for that.

If they ever fix online for this game and the price was like 10-15 bucks I would say get it.
Posted: April 18
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9 of 11 people (82%) found this review helpful
43.5 hrs on record
I do not in any way recommend this game. Its been broken since release. Milestone has a history of doing this (I found this out after doing some research in light of all the issues this game suffers). Milestone games have bad multiplayer often, and HORRIBLE OR NON-EXISTENT patching. DON'T BUY POORLY MADE AND UNPATCHED GAMES.
Posted: July 2
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
http://www.cublikefoot.com/mxgp-the-official-motocross-videogame-first-impressions/

Believe it or not, I used to actually be a fan of motocross sports. That said, I expected to enjoy this title, but it failed to impress. There's simply too many flaws for it to be enjoyable (mostly technical, however).

Don't get me wrong, the game has several good points, and the gameplay itself is rather fun, it just has far too many technical flaws. For one, the game's Vsync is broken. I have a 60Hz monitor, but the game chose to run at 30fps instead. I noticed that others had this problem and ended up disabling this Vsync, which led to framerates of ~200 and some very nice screen tearing. I did solve this by using AMD's control panel, but I shouldn't have had to take that extra step.
The game also had several sound issues. A lot of sounds weren't even implemented (really noticeable when your bike goes airborne) and the bikes sounds that were implemented just didn't sound right. I know what these bikes sound like and this just isn't it. Oh, and the game's online service? Broken. Tried three times over three days to play with a friend of mine and it couldn't hold a session for more than a minute. Very disappointing. At least the singleplayer is good?

Other than that, the game actually has some nice gameplay. The feedback and all is great and the bikes are easy to control (if you know how to). The game could have been much better had its flaws been fixed prior to release, however.
Posted: May 12
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9 of 14 people (64%) found this review helpful
192.5 hrs on record
Another MX game that falls short. You'll play it because you spent the money and bought it. But then slowly realize that this game is just not that exciting. Graphics are good, but it's 2014, everything in the game realm looks good. The cornering / braking physics are great, but thats about the end of it. Jumping is terrible, and is truly a giant eye sore every lap, which zaps the fun right out of it. Bike sounds are not even close. No Clutch, starts are just hold the throttle, power/speed/airtime ratio is like the old mars environment on Supercross 2000 for PS. Also, this is completely obvious, but it's called MXGP for a reason. These tracks are total euro style, really rough, and small awkward jumps, which for some reason they thought would be cool, and maybe to some it is. But for me, it's like watching it on TV, and it gets boring. Keep waiting, and save your money. Play Reflex / Alive to hold you over.
Posted: April 8
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87 of 105 people (83%) found this review helpful
33.9 hrs on record
Great game. It offers a great sense of realism and really challenges your abilities while still being great for any beginner. Not that I need to mention it, but the graphics are quite amazing as well. Sounds are okay. They aren't the best in the world, but they will do. The career mode is fairly in depth and you can tweak just about every setting on your bike which is very nice.

The only issue I am experiencing right now is the sound cutting off about 30 minutes in causing me to restart the game (onboard Realtek 7.1). I experienced the same bug in the demo. I still definitely recommend the game for any enthusiastic racer.

UPDATE1: There is one thing that absolutely BUGS me about this game and it totally kills the realism for me. Devs, if you are reading this, please for the love of God FIX THE START GATE! This whole "ready, steady, start" crap is so annoying. You guys just need to make it where you get the 30 second warning board turned sideways and just drop the gate randomly (2-10 seconds) and if you go too soon you get stuck at the gate. This is not a game killer for me, but for a game that is striving for realism, I can't believe you guys could mess this up.

Also, a possible workaround for the sound bug for me seems to be changing the "voices number" to 32 instead of 64. So far it is working, I'll update this review if I discover that it didn't fix it.

UPDATE2: Changing the "voices number" did not fix the problem.
Posted: March 28
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