MotoGP 2 review. The key to MotoGP 2 is that you can customise practically every aspect of your racing game to suit your needs. For single player racing you only have the choice of six different tracks and any time you've completed any of them, the next one is unlocked. This ensures that you never have to spend time trying to get to where you need to go without having to start at the very beginning.
However, if you want to play online then you're in luck. It's possible to select from twelve different tracks as well as a number of different bikes. This means that if you want to race on an exotic circuit or even a flat road, you'll be able to do so with ease.
Sportbike racing games allow you to customise the bike to your own specifications. You can change the suspension settings, the engine power and all the other components to suit your preferences. If you like a little more agility, then you can have it adjusted to make you go faster or for a straighter line. It's a great way to let yourself go when you are racing on the open road. Just turn up at a track with an ideal setting and then have a look around the bike to see how it has changed over time.
The same thing can be achieved by playing MotoGP 2 online. The game lets you see the changes you've made over time and if you like the way it is now, you can then adjust it to your liking. There are a number of ways you can tweak your bike, including changing its suspension settings, adding or removing parts and the like. If you are having trouble with anything, there is a link to a forum where you can discuss it with other users who are enjoying the game as much as you.
However, if you don't want to mess about with the game, you can play it without even knowing it. All you need is a computer with an internet connection, a copy of the game and a memory stick that are capable of holding a large amount of data. It's a great way of getting a taste of what real competition feels like without having to spend money to do so.
The best part about playing MotoGP 2 is the fact that it has a level of realism that is hard to match. It's like racing a real bike and that's good enough to get you on the grid without feeling like you're a complete rookie.