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GameZone (Jun 24, 2003)
You want a superb soundtrack - you got it. You want a good-looking, stunt-driving, high-flying motocross outing - you got that too. Freestyle MetalX is not about to set the world on fire, or set the bar to an unbelievable height for the genre, but what it is going to do is give gamers a fast-paced, arcade-style experience that is great fun to look at and play.
Gameplanet (Oct 29, 2003)
While the game is rich in its own personality, at the final analysis its presentation seems to be based on identifying what Freestyle MX is rather than reflecting who it is supposed to appeal to. With the varied environments and the inclusion of the level building tool, combined with a virtually endless list of stunt moves and a consistent and solid physics engine, Freestyle Metal X is as surprising as it is fun. Equally surprising is the game's RRP, making this one of the best gameplay addictions of the year.
80 (Oct 08, 2003)
Freestyle Metal X est un excellent jeu qui vous fera passer de bons moments sur votre X Box. Son système de combos novateur ainsi que ses nombreuses options de jeu lui assurent un franc succès. Ne vous en privez pas !
AceGamez (Oct, 2003)
Freestyle MetalX is a welcome addition to the extreme sports line-up and might actually give Tony Hawk a run for its money if discovered by enough gamers. This is the best dirt-biking game I've played; huge air, cool tricks, fun challenges, multiple mini-games and its own awesome style and presentation make Freestyle MetalX a very good extreme sports title that's worth purchasing if you're a big fan of extreme sports or dirt-biking. If you're not, go ahead and try renting it - you never know, you might just like it.
TeamXbox (Jun 27, 2003)
I only wish the graphics and controls wouldn’t be as unbearable as they are. If I were reviewing the PS2 version of FMX it would have no doubt scored higher, but for an Xbox game this one is a pass. If you are a die-hard extreme sports or motocross fan, then you might wanna give FMX a weekend rental. This game could have been a winner with more attention to the control scheme and visuals, but the result is just a rushed, run-of-the-mill extreme sports title.