Moto Racer (Windows)

80
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User Score
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Description

An arcade motorcycle racer in which both superbike and motocross events are available. Game modes include Practice, Time Attack, in which players race against their own replays, Single Races against computer-controlled opponents, and a Championship Circuit. Network or Internet play for up to 8 players is available as well.

Winning the championship unlocks additional courses out of the 4 road and 4 dirt tracks available, as well as the new game options Reverse and Pocket Bike. In Reverse mode the tracks are raced in the opposite direction, while in Pocket Bike mode every racer is given a miniature version of his motorcycle.

A free track add-on extends the game with one additional course for sportbikes and dirtbikes each.

Screenshots

Moto Racer Windows on the dirt track 2
Moto Racer Windows the Red City
Moto Racer Windows In a tunnel
Moto Racer Windows Over-the-shoulder camera

Alternate Titles

  • "摩托英豪" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)

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User Reviews

The pinnacle of classic arcade-style racing games Densetsu (4) 5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars

Critic Reviews

PC Jeux Jun, 1997 92 out of 100 92
PC Games (Germany) May, 1997 86 out of 100 86
Privat Computer PC 1997 85 out of 100 85
Gameplay (Benelux) Apr 30, 1997 84 out of 100 84
PC Joker May, 1997 83 out of 100 83
Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault) Oct 02, 1997 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Power Play Apr, 1997 73 out of 100 73
Gamesmania.de 1997 70 out of 100 70
GameSpot Sep 26, 1997 7 out of 10 70
PC Player (Germany) May, 1997 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60

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Trivia

The game was named the Best Driving Game of the Year in PSExtreme Magazine's 1997 Extreme Awards (Vol. 3, Iss. 3).

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Trixter (8727) added Moto Racer (Windows) on May 22, 1999
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