Moto Racer 2
|Moto Racer 2|
|Developer(s)||Delphine Software International|
Moto Racer 2 is a motocross racing game developed by Delphine Software International and published by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation and Microsoft Windows. It is part of the Moto Racer series, and is the sequel to Moto Racer.
It contains many of the same features as the previous game, including a split screen mode for the PlayStation version, and the player is allowed to choose between terrain set-ups prior to games.
The player can move into a cockpit view during the game, allowing the player to see the entire environment as they drive.
GameSpot's Ryan MacDonald gave the PlayStation version an 8.1/10, stating that he felt the game wasn't as ground-breaking as the first in the series, but praised the DualShock control scheme and liked the improved visuals. IGN's Doug Perry gave the PlayStation version an 8.7/10. He praised the game's accessibility to newcomers and variety in course collection, but he criticized the game's mediocre graphics.
GameSpot's Michael Ryan gave the PC version an 8.1/10, stating that the game is disappointing when compared to Motocross Madness, but he praised the game for fast paced arcade action. IGN's Tal Blevins gave the PC version an 8.6/10, stating that feeling the game appealed to hardcore gamers and casual gamers alike, and praised the game's realistic physics engine.
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- MacDonald, Ryan (2 October 1998). "Moto Racer 2 Review". GameSpot. Retrieved 22 February 2010.
- Perry, Doug (18 September 1998). "Moto Racer 2 Review". IGN. Retrieved 22 February 2010.
- Ryan, Michael (4 February 1999). "Moto Racer 2 Review". GameSpot. Retrieved 22 February 2010.
- Blevins, Tal (18 January 1999). "Moto Racer 2 Review". IGN. Retrieved 22 February 2010.
- PlayStation Power #33 (December 1998), p. 114