MOTO X (MUD) ist das erste Motocross Rennspiel für PlayStation Vita. Es umfasst die MX1, MX2 und MxoN Championships und bietet alle offiziellen Teams und Fahrer dieser halsbrecherischen Sportart. Motocross bedeutet aber nicht nur heiße rennen auf Schlammpisten, sondern auch 'Freestyle' und damit waghalsige Tricks auf und über der Piste. MUD bietet Motocross Action pur und ist das einzige Game. Mit dabei sind die original Teams, alle weltberühmten Fahrer, wie dem aktuellen deutschen Weltmeister Ken Roczen, sowie die offiziellen Lizenzen der Maschinen, Hersteller und Sponsoren. MUD bietet eine perfekte Kombination aus klassischer Rennaction und Freestyle-Motocross wie er noch nie zuvor zu sehen war, inklusive dem atemberaubenden 2011 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations. Im rasanten Online Multiplayer können sich bis zu 12 Spieler packende Wettkämpfe auf schlammverschmierten Rennstrecken liefern. Die 12 internationalen Rennstrecken der offiziellen MUD World Tour bieten dabei echte Meisterschafts-Atmosphäre sowie ein authentisches Rennerlebnis und verlangen den tollkühnen Bikern ihr ganzes Können ab. Darüber hinaus bietet der Monster Energy Trick Wettkampfmodus bis zu 30 atemberaubende Freestyle-Tricks an sechs spektakulären Schauplätzen...
Yes, the MXGP3 game is the official motocross video game. It has the full license of the World Motocross Championships which are organized by Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM). What does it mean in practice? Well, you are going to have an access to official bikes, contestants, and tracks. You can drive such powerful machines like Yamaha 450, KTM 450 or RM-Z450. All of these bikes have different stats which actually are going o reflect on their behavior on the track. You should keep that in mind. For example KTM 450 is the fastest bike in the game, on the other hand, it is easy to fall from it. Only the best drivers in the history of motocross, are going to be able to win in this tournament.Realistic driving modelOne of the most important elements of the MXGP3 gameplay is the realistic, driving model. The physics model is one of the most advanced, ever created for any type of a motocross game. Not only you have to focus on the proper control of the motor but you also have to balance your body. It needed to be done properly, especially during jumps. If your balance is going to be off, then you might fall down. The professional motocross driver can easily balance his body in the millisecond, hence gaining precious seconds during jumps and turns. Furthermore, you need to take into consideration the fact that with each lap, the track is going to deteriorate. Ruts are going to allow and become deeper. Hence, the entire track might change into a hole filled with mud, where every turn is going to be a threat. The entire driving model was created with a help of Antonio Cairoli. A nine times world champion of the MXGP. Thanks to his help, developers were able to create the Pro Physics engine. You are going to learn how to take an advantage on the starting grid or how to be able to break with an extreme precision.Become a motocross championIn the MXGP 3 game, you can start your own career of the motocross driver. Simply create your own character, choose the country and get ready to slowly but surely, climbing up on the championship ladder. With each race, your avatar is going to gain the experience. Hence, he is going to develop his skills. However, it is entirely up to you in what aspects he is going to specialize. Maybe you are going to make a driver, who specialize in fast acceleration? On the other hand, you might prefer a driver who knows how to make fast and agile turns? The driver is going to reflect you. So, do you think that you have what it takes to win?
The official Motocross Championship video game is back with lots of new features in the series!THE CURRENT SEASONAll the riders, bikes and teams of the 2019 MXGP and MX2 championships are ready to challenge you in the season's official races, taking place all around the world.From Neuquen to Shanghai, experience the thrills of the races that have just ended, or discover them for the first time. And, if you don't like the current standings, change them!Just like in real life, you will face changing weather conditions with the dynamic weather feature. After all, there's always sunshine after the rain, right? Join the MX2 and MXGP championships financed by a sponsor or get hired by an official team.THE TRACK EDITORUnleash your imagination with the Track Editor to create the track of your dreams and share it with the community. Who will build the best track? Choose from a variety of landscapes and some of the most difficult terrains in the world.THE PLAYGROUNDImprove your riding skills in this training area set in the French region of Provence, roam freely or race on two MX tracks, one SX track and one Enduro track, experimenting with different weather conditions and day/night settings. Get unique customisation sets by completing a number of tests to prove your speed, agility and in-air control skills.The Track Editor is only one of many possibilities for the player to create custom game content and challenge the Motocross community around the world! Take competition to the next level with the Waypoint mode! Create your own path by placing your checkpoints, then cross them to try to set the fastest time and share it online to earn useful points to progress in the game!EVEN MORE CUSTOMIZATION ITEMSGet ready to challenge your opponents by choosing from MXGP and MX2 two-strokes and four-strokes and customise your experience with endless options for both your rider and your bike. Choose from over 10,000 items to make you and your ride stand out.
Back in the Seventies, many wondered if it was possible to combine the disciplines of motocross, road racing and dirt track to find out who really was the best in motorcycle racing. The result was supermoto! Today, it is one of the fastest growing, most spectacular forms of sideways motorsport in the world, and nowhere is this truer than in Britain. This comprehensive review covers all the highlights from the 2005 Official British Supermoto Championship - one of the few bikesport championships c