Moto Racer 4
A cheap motorbikes game that manages to entertain but doesn't offer a deeper or polished driving experience.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Despite a great sense of speed and some classic influences, Moto Racer 4 is riddled with bugs and simply fails to live up to its series’ legacy.
Someone who really wants to relive the games of their childhood could find something to like here, but they would be equally or perhaps better served simply playing an old favorite.
Moto Racer 4 is not a great game, and even at the budget price of £22 it is still not worth buying. If you have your heart set on a motorbike game for whatever reason, surely you can find something better than this. Despite some of the bugs, Moto Racer 4 is a competent game that just manages to be a disappointment, even when compared to mobile games. I’ve never been bored while playing a game involving high-speed motorcycles and bikers doing radical stunts, but I suppose there’s a first time for everything. Fans of the original games should steer clear of this game, as it will only disappoint you.
Moto Racer 4 tugged at my nostalgia from the original PlayStation games, but it left me feeling cold and empty afterwards. I wanted it to be good, heck I would have settled for it being mediocre, but in the end it just feels like a game lost in time.
While the racing certainly doesn’t hold a candle to a game like Burnout Paradise, it felt like a refreshing throwback to the racers I enjoyed in the 90s.
Moto Racer 4 isn't certainly the series' return we were hoping for. It's an obviously rushed title, made in the hopes of gaining money thanks to the brand's name.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Moto Racer 4 won't be a game of choice when it comes to racers, but its short races make it fun for those looking to get in a quick race.
I can see this being an always in the stack, never traded kind of something to play quickly or for a while type game. Not a hidden gem, not a cult classic in the making but goes to the same parties as those.
Even with fairly decent driving gameplay and a somewhat unique career progression system, Moto Racer 4 simply doesn’t do enough to wow veteran racing game fans or woo in newcomers who might be tempted to put pedal to the metal.