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IGN published this video item, entitled “MotoGP 21 Review” – below is their description.
Reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox Series X. Also available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4/5, PC, Switch, and Stadia.
“A new tutorial system makes MotoGP 21 a good year for new riders to jump aboard this long-running motorcycle racing sim, though its other additions are slim enough that returning players will probably feel let down. One of the biggest new features, making you retrieve your bike after a spill, won’t be a good idea until the AI has to do it as well, but the tweaks to the bike handling are notable improvements to what is still most certainly the best-feeling MotoGP game to date.”IGN YouTube Channel
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