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MotoGP 17

Milestone S.r.l
Jun 15, 2017 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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6 / 10
Hobby Consolas
70 / 100
IGN Spain
7 / 10
IGN Italy
7.1 / 10
God is a Geek
8 / 10
60 / 100
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MotoGP™ 17 - Announcement Trailer

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Critic Reviews for MotoGP 17

MotoGP 17 could be seen as a last hurrah for Milestone's ageing game engine, but even with new modes and technical improvements, it feels more like they're treading water while waiting to revitalise the series next year with Unreal Engine 4. Get it if you absolutely must have 1080p60 MotoGP, but otherwise, there's something better on the horizon.

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Hobby Consolas
70 / 100
Hobby Consolas

MotoGP 17 feels realistic and has every bike and circuit from the official license, but the game hasn´t improved enough from Valentino Rossi The Game (2016) and the graphic engine is outdated.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

MotoGP 17 is a step back from the variety of content that featured Valentino Rossi: The Game. Manager Career is a good news, but does not justify the purchase of this annual license.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

After the 2016 surprisingly versatile and breezy Valentino Rossi: The Game, the series returns to rest on its laurels, offering the usual officially licensed contents, the traditional online and offline modes, plus a new yet slow Management Career powered by the efficient yet ancient proprietary graphic engine. No Rossi, no party.

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With two career modes and a buttload of customisation options, combined with exciting racing at any level, MotoGP ‘17 is another success for the series.

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When you accelerate away from the line for the first time, you quickly realize how clinical and devoid of character it all is.

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At best, MotoGP 17 can be described as a stopgap. With only minor at best improvements, the game leaves a lot of areas lacking. The major feature is a new career mode which is engrossing as you work your team up through the ranks. Sadly, the game does have plenty of bugs and technical issues, as is the norm for Milestone games at release.

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This year's MotoGP entry takes one step forward and two steps back, offering a game without much innovation and even less reason to return for another lap around the course.

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