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Moto GP 09/10

Released on 19 March 2010

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (7 customer reviews) | Write a review

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MotoGP 09/10 takes the series in an exciting new direction rewarding players for their racing style and skill on the track. Gamers will get all the riders, tracks and teams from the official 2009 MotoGP season and free downloadable content from the 2010 season as it unfolds. The free update means gamers will be able to play the most up to date MotoGP season content earlier than ever before.

MotoGP 09/10 will feature an all new Arcade Mode where players must complete different race challenges before the time runs out. Time bonuses will be awarded for those who take risks on the track but losing concentration will mean you face time being deducted making this an exciting gameplay addition for racing game fans. Run out of time and your chances of living the MotoGP dream will be over.

Complementing Arcade Mode is the introduction of a fully realised Career Mode which provides an expansion to the MotoGP experience. Players take control of their MotoGP championship both on and off the track competing in the races and managing their team as they try to build their career as a racing pro.

Gamers can compete in a full championship season across all three MotoGP bike classes and pit their skills against players around the globe with the robust online mode.


  • Brand new exciting gameplay modes that deliver the ultimate GP racing experience
  • Ability to update the game with content from the 2010 championship as the season unfolds
  • Compete against riders across the globe in online multiplayer mode
  • Two-player split-screen allows you to compete against your friends
  • Select from 125cc, 250cc and 800cc championships
  • Realistic AI which emulates a true racing pack with different rider styles and pace
  • Accessible handling for players of all levels to create an enjoyable racing experience
  • 17 official circuits from the 2009 GP season

  • Moto GP 09/10

customer Reviews

 Average rating (7 reviews)

 Simulation or just a game?

| | See all BMWJAZ's reviews (1)

Moto GP 2008 was and still is a great game. So why have CapCom changed the style so much and called it Moto GP 2009/2010? Myself, as an ex- motorcyclist bought the new game thinking it would be so much better than it's predecessor. What it is, is a much more involved, more complex game. It tries to simulate the 'behind the scenes' buisiness side of Moto GP, which is ok for a bit of fun, but come on CapCom and partners, all we want to do is race around on the most realistic bikes on the most realistic tracks ever.
To sum up, a good game, but what is makes up for in added features, it lacks in playability.
Best feature; Earn money and upgrade bikes faster.
Worst feature; Not easy to control the bike. Handling is too heavy, even the 125's.

 A let down

| | See all ShelfStacker's reviews (2)

Was looking forward to this after really enjoying 08. However I am significantly underwhelmed. My main problems being
Bike controls are a step back (hate the tuck in)
Staff management is tedious and adds nothing
That Scottish bloke who talks right at the worst second

Will just go back to playing 08.

 Very Enjoyable but slightly more arcadey than simulation

| | See all qprledge's reviews (20)

I enjoyed this game, it takes a while to get used to the bikes but after that it becomes easy, and that is when you start to realize its more like an arcade game rather than a full MotoGP simulation, which is ok for the newbies and people who have just bought the game for fun, but if you like me actually watch Moto GP and ride motorbikes you will find this game average and not very realistic, i think there should be different modes for the newbies and arcade type people and a mode for the hardcore motorbike fans, as just making it a simulation game might not attract as many people to the game so having two types of game mode would help the game increase in success, this could be a feature for the new game, if and when it comes out.

I liked the idea of making your own team, hiring your own staff etc, but it was very basic and did not have much depth, researching the bike and improving it made no real visible difference and was just there to make it look like you were controlling the bike, the actual designing of the bike was very basic too, with not many designs for the liverys but there was a good range of colours, the man doing the voice overs made the game have a "Nintendo" feel to it, like playing "Mario & Sonic at the..." games, the actual depth of the career mode could be better, the idea of ranking up your reputation does nothing to your rider and has no affect on anything in career mode.

Although there are many downsides to this game, once you get used to it, and look past the drawbacks the game is very enjoyable and fun to play and should keep you interested for a while, overall a good core game with a few improvements on the last outing but the add-ons to last season have no impact on the game what so ever.

 pretty good but bike handling lets it down

| | See all bikeschick789's reviews (1)

Im also a bit motogp fan and have all the games. this one is quite good but as said by others bikes are extremely hard to control, also the graphics could be better in places. ive noticed on all motogp games there is no podium! come on capcom. up your game. career mode quite good.

 A step backwards

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I'm a big MotoGP fan and I found the game too Arcade-like and has quickly lost it's realism.
The bikes are too heavy and don't accelerate, even if you use the ARTHRITIC FINGER INDUCING tuck-in feature.
The other new features (inc. reputation achievements, etc.) are out of place and have no proper meaning for the game or are just irritating to make you switch the console off.

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Rating3+ (PEGI)