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Jet Moto 3 (PlayStation)

100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
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Category Description MobyScore
AI How smart (or dumb) you perceive the game's artificial intelligence to be 3.7
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.0
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 4.0
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 2.0
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 4.3
Overall MobyScore (3 votes) 3.4

The Press Says

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Game Revolution
Clearly, Jet Moto 3 is the best offering in the series. Its ultra-fast gameplay and overall intensity overshadow its minor faults. Of all the arcade style racers on the market, Jet Moto 3 stands out as the most complex and challenging. The depth proves that much time and care was put into creating the game. Hell, even the manual is in color.
I can't get over it. Jet Moto 2 was such a horrible game, and when I popped this in, all I could say is, "Wow." To simply put it, if you're a Jet Moto nut, and you felt cheated because Jet Moto 2 was so nasty, then prepare to be redeemed. Jet Moto 3 looks, plays, and feels so much better -- you'll be happy with it. Even if you've never played a Jet Moto game, number 3 is the best of the bunch, and if you enjoy futuristic racing games, Jet Moto 3 will be a nice enhancement to that part of your videogame library.
Absolute Playstation
When first introduced, Jet Moto captured the hearts of all the would-be dare devil drivers out there. With its gut-wrenching track designs and go anywhere hover bikes, the game really set itself apart from typical driving games. The follow-up, JM2, didn't quite feel right and I feared that perhaps the series might be doomed. In steps Jet Moto 3 and with it's 19 tracks, 11 drivers and superb hi-res graphics it manages to breathe new life into the series and actually ends up being the best in the series. If you enjoy driving games and are looking for one for one of the most outrageous "go anywhere" racing title out there you owe it to yourself to check out Jet Moto 3. For all you other out there that don't find this type of adrenaline rush exciting I say - Bah, you'll just never get it anyway and would just be better off sticking with something safe like Tricycle Bike Racing…
If you are looking for an insanely fast speed romp, this game is for you. It is fun and I really enjoyed the game. It will get frustrating later on when you constantly fly over cliffs and off ledges but I guess you will just have to use some discipline and slow down. Over the years, the game has lost some of its originality but I think adding the air grapple system helped. All in all, this is a decent game that should give you a few hours of enjoyment.
The feeling of badass-ness from placing first on a difficult track is more rewarding than any CG sequence in the game. And the gameplay itself is sure to make you hope that one day you'll be seeing the Jet Moto championship on your favorite sports network. And while sequels in the movies usually never reach the same status as that of the original, Jet Moto 3 proves that the higher the number, the better the game.
Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine (OPM)
I say this because Jet Moto 3 may even enhance this polarity, which means that you're likely to find even more of the things you liked-or hated-about the previous games. First off JM3 is fast, and I mean fast. That's good. The courses are also more complex, and more challenging. That's also good. But put these two things together and you come up with a game that can seem almost sadistically difficult. That's perhaps not so good; though again, it depends on how you felt about the previous games. To me, having the new game be a step up in difficulty rather than just a new collection of tracks is a plus.
Digital Press - Classic Video Games
This series seems to have run it's course. The first game in the series was an interesting diversion from the rest of the generic racing games on the market. This second sequel was simply a rehash with the best features removed, yet the tightest gameplay. The high difficulty will be too much for even the most experienced gamers to handle, mostly for all the wrong reasons. If you've never played a Jet Moto game, pick up Jet Moto 2 for the real thing.
The Video Game Critic
Like Jet Moto 2, you can have an absolutely abysmal run and still somehow wind up in first place. Gamers who could tolerate the lousy course designs and poor control of the first two Jet Motos should be thrilled with this third chapter. Jet Moto 3 marked the end of the franchise, but it was probably for the best.