MotoGP 15 is one of those "incremental upgrades" that invariably causes whining and grinding of teeth. But in reality, in this case, the small adjustments have made a remarkable difference in experience, so I'm not sad. This is a more welcoming and consistent package, and so exhaustive in terms of sports reproduction.
As before, you get all the equipment, bikes and riders of the current Moto3, Moto2, and MotoGP season, but you also get last year, with a 2014 event mode that asks you to play classic battles like Rossi vs. Marquez in Qatar. It's a great use of the license, and seeing Valentino beaming at you from the loading screen (along with a suitably inspiring quote), goes a long way to making you feel closer to the real-life sport. That said, the presentation feels very similar to last year's game.
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January 06, 2017