Moto GP '07 - PS2

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Viewed: 3D First-person / Third-person Genre:
Racing: Motorcycle
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Milestone Soft. Co.: Capcom
Publishers: Capcom (GB)
Released: 26 Oct 2007 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 3+
Accessories: Memory Card, Analogue Control Compatible: all buttons
Features: Vibration Function Compatible


Capcom's MotoGP 07 invites you to race against the best, on the best, using the latest in bike technology, on world renowned tracks, against the world's best riders from the MotoGP 07 series as you break away from the pack and win race after race for the ultimate crown of MotoGP Champion 2007. You've everything to race for.

There is a plethora of game modes and options within MotoGP 07 - here's the full skinny of what you can expect from the game, but only after you've been through the tutorial, of course:

Quick Race lets you choose your favourite track, rider, difficulty level, riding model (arcade, advanced and simulation handling), transmission type, number of laps and weather conditions. Then it's time to hit the tarmac and don't look back.

Time attack enables you to set the best time for every circuit, competing against yourself to shave vital seconds off your record. Make your selections for circuit and rider then start racing. You are given the option to have a ghost who will appear after the first valid lap you complete. This ghost reruns your previous best lap, enabling you to judge where the best improvements can be made to improve your lap time. But, just when you think you have shaved off every last possible second, you can challenge the unlockable 'Legend Ghosts' which features a near perfect lap!

Championship Mode is the heart of the game and recreates the entire MotoGP 07 series. Configure your championship from six to eighteen circuits and choose whether to include qualifying laps and real lap numbers for each race. You may also choose your rider, configure the weather, riding model and transmission in addition to setting the difficulty level. Before each race there is the option to alter the mechanical set-up of your bike. This includes changing tyres, suspension stiffness, turning speed and gear ratios. You'll also be able to check rider standings and see where your rider ranks in the championship as well as viewing individual performance statistics. You also have the option of practising the circuit solo in free practice mode.

As if all that wasn't sufficient to keep you occupied, 100 unique challenges await the ambitious rider. If you have the nerve to take them on and the skill to see them through, you'll be rewarded with hidden content from ghost riders to MotoGP video footage.