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MotoGP 23

Jun 8, 2023 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

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Critic Reviews for MotoGP 23

MotoGP 23 polishes in little more the fantastic simulation of the saga with small novelties and options for novice players; But it is a very continuous and conformist delivery that knows little. Only the biggest fans of motorcycling or players who have never experienced the franchise will get a good performance on the track.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

MotoGP 23 has added dynamic weather to make racing a whole new beast, and the Career mode is a solid feature to keep you hooked.

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MotoGP 23 is the qualitative leap that the Milestone series needed. We are not talking about revolutions, it would be unrealistic to think so, but about consistent improvements in all the characteristic aspects of the title, from the simulation verve through an engaging career, from a high-profile technical sector to the physical and mental sensations of the race, where the AI exhibits new behaviors although some issues still persist

Review in Italian | Read full review

If for wines there are memorable vintages and others less, the same can also apply to annual sports simulations. MotoGP 23 proves to be a perfect game for those approaching the World Championship for the first time or for those who have missed a couple of editions of the Milestone series.

Review in Italian | Read full review

MotoGP 23 may well be the best installment of the Milestone saga to date. The fundamentals for this statement are clear: a renewed career mode, much more content and a multiplayer section that seems to have learned from all the mistakes of the past to provide a very good experience for new and veteran players. It takes time to get used to the title, but taking a pole position at the Termas de Río Hondo circuit in Argentina makes each and every one of the falls you will take and believe me they will not be few.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Developer Milestone lives up to its name by reaching one with MotoGP 23, providing the most accessible entry in the series to date, with fancy Neural Aids helping to ease in new players. MotoGP 23 also happens to be a polished, authentic motorcycle racing game that will also please even the most hardcore of motorcycle nuts.

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MotoGP 23 surely is full of possibilities and activities for gamers who love bikes, but something in the driving system needs further improvements and a better balance.

Review in Italian | Read full review

It’s hard to wholeheartedly recommend MotoGP 23 to anyone but devout fans of the sport, especially with Nine Season 2009 gone without anything to replace it. It’s a solid racing game with some decent updates, but it’s not the most generous when it comes to content and it fails to cater to newcomers without basically taking control off of them. Ultimately, it may be out of date now, but most are better off sticking with MotoGP 22 for another year.

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