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Developer: Milestone S.r.l.
Content Rating: Everyone
Become the star of the 2018 MotoGP™ season! Pursue your career as a professional rider starting from the Red Bull MotoGP™ Rookies Cup up to the Premier class of the MotoGP™. Race with all the riders of the MotoGP™ on 19 official tracks, including the new Buriram International Circuit in Thailand and enjoy an even more immersive experience thanks to new features and a new edition of the MotoGP™ eSport Championship. Feel like a professional rider, decide how to change your bike, learn how to manage tyre wear and use the MotoGP™ ID to monitor your progress. Following your friends' races has never been so simple thanks to the new cameras that can be set to Spectator Mode.
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Worst of all, the personalities behind the sport have not transcended whatsoever – taking away one of its greatest assets. If released in 2014, MotoGP 18 may have held up (apart from the atrocious online) and even be considered innovative. Nonetheless, this is 2018 and with so many games on the market, one of this quality cannot be recommended.
I understand one of the big attractions to the MotoGP series is the realism, but too much realism for me takes away the hint of escapism that I look for in games. MotoGP 18 is impressive, as all of Milestone’s games are, but that doesn’t always translate to fun for general audiences. This title is a must have for serious Grand Prix fans, but lay people like me it comes off as overwhelming with a tedious learning curve.
It's stuffed to the brim with Moto Grand Prix-related details like racers, tracks, and commentary, and includes plenty of different options that riders can use to tweak their bikes and chase a podium finish. With that said, MotoGP 18 simply feels less thrilling than it should, mostly due to its underwhelming graphics, spartan presentation, and monotonous gameplay.