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Motocross Madness has managed to become one of Microsoft's most popular games both for the single player and on multiplayer. With Motocross Madness 2 you get more of the same fast and exciting gameplay with even more features, tracks and improvements in graphics. Here are some of the features:
Installation And Settings
Installation is the usual breeze. Motocross Madness 2 comes on the single CD and tends to be installed within 2 minutes. Once the installation is complete you can then start up the game. The first option you will get is to select your graphic display, you get a choice of either the software rastorization or hardware 3D done via a 3D card, I went with my G400.
Once you finally get around to starting the game you are shown a great intro movie which lasts about 3 minutes, it has the perfect rock music to get you in the mood for playing, then once that had finished you are greeted with a number of options:
Single Player Game:
You can play the main part of Motocross Madness 2 from here, from Baja
racing to Pro Circuit.
There is only one word to describe Motocross Madness games and that is Fun. Motocross Madness 2 has it in bundles, especially when playing against friends over the internet. There are a number of new courses that have been added to the game over the first title, they include the excellent single player career mode called "Pro-Circuit Racing", you get to compete against other racers for money, which you put towards fixing damage etc that you get during the races. There are also massive "Enduro Racing" events too. The main thing you will notice right from the start is how much bigger the game is in terms of environments, they are huge and getting around the enduro race tracks and seeing everything there is to see will take a long while.
One let down for me is the new Pro-Circuit career mode, it doesn't play as well as it could have, it tries hard to add long term single player gameplay to the game but having to play multiple laps over massive course doesn't work well and is far too long winded to play regularly. Hopefully we will see improvements here in the next version.
Multiplayer is a breeze to setup whether you want to play over and LAN, TCP/IP or via Microsoft's Zone. There was a whole bunch of other players waiting to take me on when I went onto the zone and this was just a day or so after the games release so you won't have any trouble finding people to race against. The controls are quite easy to master on keyboard and joystick/pad but I did have a number of problems trying to do stunts when using the keyboard, for some reason half the time nothing happened when I was pressing the stunt buttons.
Graphics, Sound & Music
Motocross Madness 2 is gorgeous to look at. The landscapes are varies, bikes look great and the environments are filled with activity from cars to planes. Running on my P450 the game was very smooth even with 5-8 other riders playing at the same time, this was in 800x600 mode with the detail set on default. Increasing the detail in the game does tend to add too much slow down, so I felt it best left as it was.
Yet again Motocross Madness 2 excels in the audio department. The revving of the engines, the distance of other bikes etc can all be heard perfectly. The games intro starts with an excellent rock track too which is an added bonus. There is no music in the actual game anymore, unlike Motocross Madness, I can't really say whether it is an improvement or not as I didn't tend to notice the music much in the first game anyway.
Motocross Madness 2 is all about fun and it thankfully has it in bundles here, the improvements in graphics and the new additional courses are great and despite the let down of the new pro-circuit career mode, the game comes highly recommend.