Review: MotoGP 19 (PlayStation 4)
Immerse yourself into the official 2019 MotoGP season and discover the MotoE. Challenge your friends, create your custom events and become Race Director thanks to the most complete multiplayer experience ever, supported by dedicated servers! Relive the most exciting rivalries that made the history of the MotoGP in a dedicated mode!
- Decent graphics.
- 16.35GB download size.
- HDR support.
- Three difficulties-easy, medium and hard.
- Rider Creator-face preset, name, surname, age, and nationality.
- Five modes-Career, multiplayer, e-sport championships, quick mode, and historical challenges.
- Graphics editor (liveries) for helmets, stickers, and numbers.
- Rebind controls.
- Customize the Hud.
- Multiplayer-public/private along with race director and open lobby search.
- Historical challenges-500cc heroes, Dawn of Moto GP, Great rivalries and the modern era.
- Two career types-standard (change options) Pro (realistic unchangeable options).
- Career-set your debut category from Redbull rookies, Moto 3, Moto 2 and Moto GP. Set favorite team from Repsol Honda, Ducati, Monster energy, Suzuki, Aprilia, and Redbull KTM.
- Tutorial pop-ups.
- Riding aids-Physics, auto brakes, joint brakes, off-track help, ideal trajectory, gearbox, and rewind.
- Race options-race length, Ai difficulty, weather type, tire wear, manual start management, and penalties.
- Five views including helmet, windscreen and far.
- Photo mode.
- Career weekend-choose full or customize.
- Full commentary.
- Quick modes-grand Prix, championship and time trial.
- Online Leaderboards.
- Intense Ai moments.
- Nice to play.
- Excellent TV coverage presentation.
- Not the fastest loading times.
- A lot of robotic animations especially in cut scenes.
- Twitchy slow handling model.
- Some cheap Ai tactics.
- Little help in the career.
- No split screen.
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
The Moto GP games are not ones I tend to spend much time with in the past, picking this up I appreciated how streamlined the whole experience was. I could quickly set up a rider albeit due to a limited set of options but anyway I could pick a team to race for and which category to race in. Just like the F1 games the game is presented like TV coverage and has full commentary. Luckily for a novice like me, the game has so many assists and settings that I can make it so I can at least keep the bike on the track! That’s as far as it goes as I still struggle to make a serious impact as it is difficult and very easy to lose it. That said you can get a lot of game out of it and if you are used to it then quids in. To me it’s a good game but doesn’t have many options for customization or making yourself feel unique it’s a very simple boot and play type affair.