It has been a few years since there was a good motocross game, but MUD – FIM Motocross World Championship looks to provide some luster to the sport. The game has taken the effort to be approved by the MX1 / MX2 championships, and will appease fans through the presence of nearly 100 (84) riders in the league. The networking ability of the game ensures that players can go up against their friends after they have destroyed the career mode. The graphics are top-notch and keep things realistic looking even as players blast through the terrain. Audio is similarly strong, ensuring variation no matter how often one plays the game.
What I feel that the game does best is capture the intensity of the actual sport while providing players with a minor suspension of belief. This means that players that put more time into honing the craft will be able to pull off the biggest tricks, while those that may not have had the time to play through properly will still be able to immerse themselves with MUD. While the game’s online mode provides additional replay value, I feel that the additional class of tracks that are available for purchase will keep individuals focused in on the title for months.
This title allows players the opportunity to experience the sheer difficulty and exhilarating nature of motocross; the different modes (career, head-to-head, and one-up battles) Purchase a copy of MUD – FIM Motocross World Championship from online and physical retailers alike. The game’s website provides players with more information on the title, while the Namco Bandai website will provide gamers with information about their forthcoming titles.
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