Monster Energy Supercross 5
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Critic Reviews for Monster Energy Supercross 5
Monster Energy Supercross 5 is what you would expect of another entry in the Monster Energy Supercross series. With a lot of the series mainstays as well as some newer features, players have a plethora of options to choose from. I just wish it was more welcoming for newer players.
Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame 5 should please fans of the series. The additions make the game more accessible than ever and is more fleshed out thanks to the new content. The main drawback is the lack of haptic feedback in relation to the track surface.
Monster Energy Supercross 5 takes career mode a couple of steps further than MXGP 2021. Most of the setup is similar, but between the races in the energy drink game, it is possible to take on different challenges to, for example, collect points for a simple upgrade tree. It's anything but advanced, but provides a welcome scoop of variety and a dash of depth.
Review in Swedish | Read full review
Monster Energy Supercross 5 takes all the main gameplay elements of the past edition, without making huge changes. For this reason, despite the work done by the Milestone team being overall quite good, those who expected a clear step forward compared to the earlier entries could be partially disappointed. Among the positive aspects, some tweaks to the physics and greater accessibility should be noted. Among the negative ones, the lack of significant new features stands out: more content would undoubtedly have improved a gaming experience which, however, remains more than enjoyable.
Review in Italian | Read full review