Jonny Moseley: Mad Trix Reviews (PlayStation 2)

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GameZone (Jan 17, 2002)
Jonny Moseley excels in many places and brings to mind excellent sports titles such as SSX Tricky and Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3. Aside from the various terrains and many skiers to choose from, this title has the right idea of combining an extreme sports attitude with just the right touch of fantasy. All in all, this is a fun title that skiing and sports fans will not be disappointed by.
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GamePro (US) (Jan 07, 2002)
The visuals and sounds keep up with the pace, although you may be too busy with the controller to notice. The skier models could be more detailed, but the animation is smooth. The audio gets its juice from some big-time, hip-hop tunes. Mad Trix makes a competitive run, enough to hold your attention on its PS2 slopes.
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Also, the environments are huge, but they don't totally make up for Jonny's lack of multiplayer. Still, it's a good start and a direction I encourage 3DO to explore with more time and money.
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Jeuxvideo.com (Jul 03, 2002)
Seul jeu tendance Extrême à nous proposer d'incarner un skieur ce JMMT va en décevoir plus d'un si on le compare à sa concurrence « mono-ski ». Il est loin de faire le poids avec son absence de sensations fortes et sa réalisation à la traîne ainsi que son gameplay limité.
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Gaming Target (Apr 30, 2002)
The key to the game is to pull of the most tricks to earn the highest score. The problem with that is Mad Trix is that players will continually pull off a number of the same moves due to the lack of available moves. Like Tony Hawk, players can grind the rails, yet here, it seems like the rails somehow magnetize the metal within the skies. During insane instances, even jumping even a somewhat of a distance or relatively awkward angle, players will miraculously land on top and start riding the rail. It just goes to prove the physics of this game are plagued with problems throughout like the visuals and sound effects. Looks like the judges are going to take off for that too Moseley.
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Game Revolution (Jan, 2002)
While it's not inherently broken, Jonny Moseley Mad Trix tries so hard to be SSX that it loses any individual identity. If you're intent on buying this, at least wait for a couple of weeks so you can find in the pre-owned section for half the price. Or, better yet, don't.
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GameSpot (Jan 18, 2002)
Jonny Moseley Mad Trix is a complete mess. Virtually every technical and stylistic aspect of the game is either shoddily handled or feels somehow incomplete. There may be a small contingency of extreme skiers out there who would get a kick out of seeing their sport of choice in video game form, but even they should probably stay away.