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Submitted by GodisaGeek 543d ago | review

Motocross Madness Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "There is a hefty package included in Motocross Madness for a mere 800 Microsoft Points. This isn’t just a game that most players would pick up for an hour or so every now and again – you will want to level up your rider and his skills, unlocking new tricks to perform, and earning money for new equipment. There are so many things to discover within each track and no single race will likely feel the same as the next – even on the same course. Unfortunately, the multiplayer aspect may not be maximised as there are no tournaments or extended play – just one-off races – but this doesn’t detract from the package too greatly. The balance between the fun of the arcade racing to the precision required to make certain jumps and reach difficult locations is likely to win the game many fans. Let us just hope that the “love it or hate it” inclusion of Xbox Avatars doesn’t put off too many prospective racers." (Avatar Motocross Madness, Xbox 360) 8/10

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