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Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 (Nintendo 64)

Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 Nintendo 64 Title screen.


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Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 ist ein sehr gut spielbares Spiel und auch für Anfänger interessant. Durch eine leicht erlernbare Steuerung und einen leichten Schwierigkeitsgrad kommt man schnell zu Erfolgen. Anspruchsvolle Spieler werden aber unterfordert und sind zu schnell fertig im 1P Modus. Multiplayer Freunde kommen hier aber auf ihre Kosten. Gerade das Einbinden eigener Strecken die man per Streckeneditor erstellt hat macht Laune, da dadurch für Abwechslung gesorgt wird. Grafisch und soundtechnisch gibt es ebenfalls wenig zu meckern. Klare Grafik, die nur durch ab und zu auftretende schlechte Frameraten getrübt wird. So bleibt klar eine Empfehlung. Wer es gern schwer hat greift zu EA’s Supercross 2000. Wer schnelle Ergebnisse will und auf Multiplayer steht kommt hier mit Abstand besser klar.
Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 does what it can with the limits of the N64. The physics and the nuts and bolts of the thing are sound. The only problems seem to be related to the hardware specs. This might not come as such wonderful news to the Nintendo crowd, but it should whet the appetite of Dreamcast owners. The DC version is due out this summer, and if the game takes full advantage of the system's graphics capabilities, it's going to be a monster. (But the rumors are still vague about the proposed third-party hydraulic device that slams you in the groin every time your bike hits the ground.)
JM Supercross 2000 is a solid title that doesn't really let me down but it also doesn't excite me in the same way that Acclaim's All Star Baseball series does. This game is a step up from last year's version but it isn't so much of a departure that it can distinguish itself from the recently crowded pack of motorbike games. The track editor mode should extend your replay but not by much. Rent this guy and see if you'd like to purchase it.
Sports Gaming Network
Easy opponents, PSX quality graphics, forgettable sound, boring racing, bad game.
Daily Radar
If you own a motorcycle, know someone who does or have even so much as seen a motorcycle, stay away from Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 for Nintendo 64. Caution is also advised if you enjoy racing games. The game plays like Pac Man of old. Once you know the pattern, you have the game. The graphics are uninspired. The physics of jumping and turning do not seem to conform to those of this world. Sounds and music are lackluster. So -- and this can't be stressed enough, people -- just do not go near this soulless game.