With any annual franchise, the biggest question I find myself asking upon review is: is it worth forking out for? The biggest problem with these entries (I’m looking at you, FIFA) is often there just isn’t enough to really motivate the purchase, other than the potential peer pressure of, "We’ve all bought it, what about you?"
MotoGP 22 is unfortunately one of those games; a safe step forward, but with nothing really screaming "Must Buy". For those who have worn down their tyres season after season, this is something you won’t be surprised by, Milestone have a tendency to play it safe and there aren’t exactly any major leaps forward technically or visually compared to its predecessor. Still, it has its merits and it remains one of the most comprehensive and deep dives into the biking world on offer across the board.
Milestone have a tendency to play it safe and there aren’t exactly any major leaps forward technically or visually compared to its predecessor.
Bikes are absolute beauties and come across as photo-realistic.
One tablespoon Star Wars, a dollop of motorsport, a splash of Metal Gear. And a pinch of space magic. Mix and blend. Smashing! Is also running for congress.
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PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series
21 April 2022
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