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Genre: Racing
Platform: Xbox and PC
Ship Date: Spring
Target Audience: Racing Fans
Players: 1-4 SRP: $49.99
Developer: Climax

Based on Dorna's FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix, Moto GP is the pinnacle of two-wheeled sports with a 50-year history and over 1.4 million track-side spectators. Moto GP for the Xbox video game system from Microsoft and PC will offer gamers the latest in biking technology and renowned riders from more than 21 countries.

MotoGP: Ultimate Racing Technology puts players in control of some of the most advanced racing machines on the planet. Featuring all of the fully licensed bikes and riders from the 2001 MotoGP series, players can choose from 10 authentic tracks to race upon. Ultra realistic vehicle physics, the ability to develop and customize riders, and a four-player, split-screen, multiplayer mode make this one of the most in-depth motorcycle racing games to date.


  • Ten real world tracks to race on, with up to 20 racers onscreen
  • All of the bikes and riders from the 2001 MotoGP series
  • Ultra-realistic bike physics engine
  • Intuitive, arcade style control system with simulation features for the hardcore racing fan
  • Split screen, multiplayer mode supporting up to four players
  • Six modes to choose from: Arcade, GP, Time Trial, Training, Multiplayer and Single Race
  • Ultra realistic replay mode, from a variety of dynamic camera viewpoints
  • Multiple types of weather including sunny, cloudy and wet
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