MTX Mototrax

Genre: Extreme Sports
Publisher: Aspyr

MTX: Mototrax offers a high-speed motocross gaming experience that will have you accelerating around corners and flying through the air at an incredible 60 frames per second. Immerse yourself in a new, deep non-linear career mode that tests your skills and savvy as you progress through all the motocross disciplines - motocross, supercross and freestyle - to become the ultimate MX athlete. As you progress and earn cash, you can customize your rider's attributes and purchase new equipment. Play alone and go up against seven other riders on more than 25 tracks, or hop online to challenge seven human riders at a time. The game features locations ranging from the Hawaiian Islands to the Australian Outback, authentic gear and bikes from Suzuki, Yamaha, and other manufacturers, as well as athlete Travis Pastrana and 12 other top pro riders.

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I've played this before last year, but didn't get around to writing a commentary until now. MTX Mototrax is a decent motorbiking game, if you've been playing a couple of those extreme sports games you'll feel quite at home in the practise modes. This game seems to be a direct PS2 port btw, the options section still has the vibration on/off toggle. Yes I know it might apply to gamepad users, but very few if any native PC games have vibration options. I should know, I play mostly PC / PS2 games, I've got hundreds of the buggers. The game runs the player through a career path, where you advance through the ranks, attract sponsors and thus more money to kit yourself, although in my opinion there aren't that many motorcycle upgrades (they're mostly good-better-best style upgrades). Pulling off the tricks isn't too difficult once you get used to the controls, and this doesn't take long. My main complaint with the game is the racing portion of your career. There doesn't seem to be the option to save between races, which means you'll be thrown into the race series' tracks back-to-back. This wouldn't be too bad except for the fact that the second track's difficulty is quite markedly increased


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