20 Games Like Moto GP: Ultimate racing technology()
Get ready to take on the challenges of rallies, rallycross, drifts, buggies and hill climbs, and set off on a spectacular journey across continents. At the wheel of the most legendary off-road vehicles in each category, you’ll have to be prepared to take on the most difficult routes in astonishing surroundings.
Over 50 car models will be featured, including the most famous in rallying and extreme motor sport. Ready for you to test drive, collect, upgrade, customize, and above all excel at!
As no trip is worth anything unless it is shared, V-Rally 4 will feature a career mode and an innovative online mode.
Trials Rising is a stunning comeback of the acclaimed gameplay with all new features, more competition and fresh visual look. With more tracks than ever before, beginners are in for a smooth ride towards mastery, while the skills and nerves of experienced players will be put to the test in the most advanced challenges. This is Trials at its best.
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The gameplay is very similar to past games by Namco, like MotoGP (PS2) and MotoGP 2 (PS2). MotoGP 3 is based off the 2002 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season, but with the introduction of four stroke bikes, the gameplay has some slight differences. The new 990cc 4-stroke bikes are faster, but tend to be a bit of a handful while the 500cc 2-strokes are less faster but slightly better to handle.
Dirt 3: Complete Edition includes 2011's rally racing game as well as four expansion packs previously available as downloadable content. In addition to the Dirt 3 base game, players will receive the following car and track packs: the Monte Carlo Rally Pack, the X Games Asia Track Pack, the Power and Glory Car Pack, and the Mud and Guts Car Pack. Featured vehicles in the bonus content include the Saturn Sky, Ford Mustang GT, Lancia Delta S4, BMW M3 Rally, and Lancia Stratos, among others.
"Meet the Rev Heads! A group of thrill seeking, hard boiled, car crazy, adrenaline junkies determined to win the ‘Rev Heads Rally’ at all costs.
Each Rev Head brings their own style and charisma to the track as they go head-to-head in a battle for racing glory.
Join in the fun and compete in over 20 ‘Cup Series’ to collect additional Rev Heads and Vehicles."
For bikers, there are two types of speed races: the Isle of Man TT and the rest. No other race is as gruelling for the motorbikes and demanding for the riders. Take up the challenge of the Snaefell Mountain course: all 37.73 miles faithfully reproduced with the champions and their bikes.
Monoposto is a racing game with single seater open-wheel cars. Compete in the full championship of the 2018 season. There are 21 circuits waiting for you.
-Full unlocked game
-All the 21 circuits of the 2018 championship
-New 2018 cars and tires
-Quick race, Single Race and Championship mode
-Race session with up to 20 cars
-Pit stop during qualify and race
-Car repair during pit stop
-Full tires selection
-Customization of Cars and Drivers names
-Choose your Driver
-5 different camera view
-Many options to customize your driving experience
Traverse USA is a racing game released by IREM in 1983.
Hop on a motorcycle and ride across America, avoiding cars as you head to your goal of New York City.
A variety of obstacles await off-road and on, so utilize all your techniques as you participate in this race.
Superbike Challenge brings 1000cc motorbikes to life for a one or two player race. Unusually, the screen is split horizontally, with your action only ever using half of the screen. You can play a full season of races, or run at one of the 12 tracks as a stand-alone race (including Assen, Mugello, the old Hockenheim and Spa). A manual gearbox option and 3 skill levels ensure that you can't master the game immediately. Full information on your speed and revs, the race order and course layout are on screen at all times.
Superbike Challenge is an updated version of Grand Prix 500 cc, with a better menu and title screen and some different in-game graphics.
Kikstart is a motorcycle trials racing game it allowed 2-player simultaneous (via a split-screen facility) or 1-player, vs-computer play. The basic premise of the game is to control a bike using acceleration, braking, "hopping" and "wheelies" to navigate across a course of various obstacles, from ramps and gates to telephone boxes and tires.