Motocross Madness 2 Demo
Since the first Motocross Madness title managed to attract quite a bit of attention and admiration from gamers, a sequel was developed in order to improve on its predecessor and provide the fans with additional content. Hence, the second installment features more bikes, tracks, game modes and a variety of graphic improvements.
Participate in a brand new career mode
Motocross Madness 2 doesn't steer too far from the original title, since it basically features the same set of mechanics that brought it recognition, only heavily improved. Hence, the bikes respond far better to your input and they react in a more realistic manner to the obstacles spread throughout the tracks, while the rider is just as susceptible to bone-breaking falls.
On the other hand, it also features a couple of new modes, the most important of which is the Pro-Circuit mode. Here, players must advance through a wide range of challenges and compete against the AI players in tournament stages, as well as modify their rides and gain points. Other than that, the classic supercross and endure modes are also available, as well as separate events dedicated to stunts.
Improved physics and graphic engines
Speaking of which, there are a large number of new tricks that can be performed up in the air, all of which are at least as dangerous as they were in the previous installment. Moreover, thanks to the new open-world maps with no restrictions, you can enjoy them as much as you want, or compete for points against a custom number of opponents.
To render the detailed bikes and the convincing physics simulation, the game now features a heavily-improved technical aspect as well. From the detailed shadows and the various objects spread throughout the tracks, to the hilarious rag doll effects that can be enjoyed whenever the drivers fall of their bikes, everything has been refined as much as possible.
Every element needed for a successful sequel
In the end, Motocross Madness 2 clearly shows the way sequels are meant to be developed: with nothing but improvement in mind. Hence, while the core mechanics and gameplay has remained the same, a lot more content has been added, which is all that is usually require din order to keep enjoying a certain game.