Cross is Super Again. The official videogame of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship is back with its fourth edition, the most extreme ever. A SUPER CAREER Make your way along the path that will lead you to success.
A new career mode will put your abilities to the test in order to bring out the champion inside you! Learn new riding abilities in the ''Future'' category; refine them and obtain new sponsors in the ''Rookie'' category. Become a real ''Pro'' by taking your riding style to the limit and challenging the toughest adversaries in the 450SX class. CREATOR OF YOUR OWN FUN Unbridle your imagination with the new editor.
Build unique tracks with the modules inspired by the official tracks and share your creations with the community. THE NEW COMPOUND Explore, seek out new adventures, train, and challenge your friends in the new compound. Hurtle through fantastic island scenarios.
Satisfy your desire for thrills! SUPER RIDERS, SUPER TRACKS Choose your favorite rider from an army of over 100 riders as you range over the 450SX and 250SX categories. Race in the 11 stadiums and on the 17 tracks of the season. FULL CUSTOMIZATION.
Monster Energy Supercross The Official Videogame 4 is also available on PS4.
All in all, I have to say that, while brutally difficult for me, Monster Supercross 4 was still a lot of fun to play because of the overall quality and completeness of the experience. The game is a thrill, that much is certain. I imagine fans from the previous entries and people who real know their Supercross are past the learning curve and will get into this game instantly. While the experience is epic, even for a total noob at realistic sports games like me, I have to dock points for the rough on-boarding experience in this otherwise excellent title. A persistent beginner will have the game grow on them and potentially make them an even bigger Supercross fan. But if you’re totally new and curious about the sport, the weak tutorial and lack of explanation of terms in the sport is a significant barrier.
Monster Energy Supercross 4 is definite step up for the series, with a robust Career mode that provides you with plenty to do. The Compound is a great mode to practice in, and the handling has certainly improved since the last outing of the series.
Not the finest physics simulation ever, but good enough to convey a uniquely challenging discipline—plus, all the customisation items in the world.
Monster Energy Supercross 4 is not a Jack of All Trades. It attempts to do many things, but most of them fall flat. However, what it does do well, namely thrilling and authentic motocross racing, it does with complete mastery. This is an occasionally great game that is often mediocre, and a minor upgrade as a sequel.
Once you've gotten into it, a surprising depth of play reveals itself.
Even though the career has been completely redesigned, it doesn't make much sense to nerf all riders before they've left the gate. And though the action on the track is still very solid, there are still plenty of sharp edges that are in need of polish. Especially if you played last year's installment, it may be best to steer clear of this outing.
Monster Energy Supercross 4 has no time for beginners, but it's also an inessential upgrade for fans of Supercross 3.
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