MotoGP 2

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MotoGP 2
MotoGP 2 Cover.jpg
Developer(s) Climax Brighton
Publisher(s) THQ
Platform(s) Windows, Xbox
Release date(s)
  • EU May 15, 2003 (Xbox)
  • NA May 21, 2003
  • EU June 20, 2003 (Windows)
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer

MotoGP 2 is a Grand Prix motorcycle racing video game developed by Climax Brighton for the Xbox and personal computer. It was the second title in THQ's MotoGP series and based the 2002 MotoGP season. Players could take part in a single race on three choosable circuits Suzuka, Phakisa, Jerez or participate in a full season, eventually unlocking more circuits to be raced on. Players could ride as most of the MotoGP riders from 2002, except for a couple of riders including Valentino Rossi, Max Biaggi and a few other riders. They are unlocked by achieving a specific number of points in Stunt Mode . Stunt mode is when the player races a one lap race performing different stunts as wheelies, burnouts and powerslides for points. Points are also rewarded when overtaking another rider, driving clean sections, or ramming other riders so they crash. However, recently gained points are lost if the player drives outside the track or crashes. Also if the player fails to reach goal within the timelimit, all rewarded points are lost. The menu theme music is Psynn 2 by Shawn Hargreaves, who created a new version of Psynn, version used in MotoGP.