Moto GP 17: the thrill of the chase!

Never again will you have to choose between the need for speed and the pride of managing a world championship winning team. The benchmark in motorbike games, Moto GP 17 immerses you in life in the saddle, or as the manager of your own team!

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One to satisfy true fans: Moto GP 17 is more than just a racing game, competing on one track after another. In this ultra-realistic simulation, Moto GP specialists will immediately be gripped by the plethora of choices available to them. If you’ve always dreamed of slipping on the leathers of the world’s greatest riders, Career Mode lets you create your own tailored riding style and customize your character from head to toe.

Players of a more managerial bent will enjoy Managerial Career mode, which is perfect for an in-depth motorbike racing experience. You can create your own stable, deciding everything from its name down to its sponsors, and spot and recruit a crack team to take you to the top of the overall rankings! The road to the top is long, and you’ll have to climb through the categories one by one, as well taking care of your riders (training, nutrition, team spirit, etc.), not to mention managing your team’s finances to upgrade your bikes until they are the fastest in the world!

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Developed by the Italian studio, Milestone, Moto GP 17 is sure to delight die-hard bikers in general, but newbies will need to learn a few basic concepts in mechanics and get some practical training first. Get ready for noisy, technical, and closely fought races, rather than a nice Sunday drive around the world’s greatest tracks. All the more so since your opponents get bolder as the competitions progress.

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There’s nothing like competing against big names like Valentino Rossi to prove your mettle! But for fans who miss the good old days, Moto GP 17 also lets you unlock 70 legendary riders – along with their just-as-famous mounts – like Olivier Jacques and his 1998 Honda, or the two-stroke 125cc, 250cc, and 500cc categories, as well as four-strike Moto GP.

As for the rest: see you at the start line!

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