REVIEW – Like Electronic Arts and Take-Two (whether it’s called 2K or the same company), Milestone releases a few (motorized) sports games every year, but the problem is that there’s not much reason to buy most of them on a regular basis, since there’s not much improvement between each volume.
DLC, even if it already has three…
Let’s start as usual. After adjusting the gamma and audio settings (which don’t allow the reuse of buttons…. someone has bad priorities here), you can create your driver with a country music trap. 12 heads, 15 hair colors, 9 beard colors and 3 colors, 9 eye colors, 8 parties, 6 brands (KTM, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Honda, Husqvarna, Suzuki) are available, followed by a tutorial where you are alone on the track, and good luck. As I wrote about RIDE 4, I think the same goes for Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 4 : This doesn’t sound like a welcoming title for newcomers. Of course, the game works authentically with footage from the AMA World Supercross Championship, but if you have no experience with the genre, you’ll have a hard time mastering the game for long, long hours. That said, MES4 may put off many potential players, as they have to figure out how to move the weight, what rhythm to use to fight jumps, and so on – the learning curve is steep, or rather the opposite….. And yes, you can train, but training attempts are limited to three.
With over a hundred drivers, seventeen pits, and nearly two dozen official teams, and now the career mode is divided into three categories (Futures, Rookie, Pro), and the character development mentioned in the previous paragraph there, both in theory and in practice, MES4 is stacking the deck against us, forcing us to turn or brake worse at first, but you’ll quickly maximize that boom. There’s the sponsor. As usual, the more prestige you have, the higher you can climb. I have to ask: Why are the training tests limited? What if I want to PRACTICE the training opportunities before I make a serious attempt? Should I do the composition? It’s cat litter. There are 21-22 teams, and you can start a game here and there, but they don’t feel like there’s any life in it, and that doesn’t allow me to train well for my career. So the game is, or rather looks like, a plane between two seats. MES4 will appeal to the most die-hard viewers, but the other half of players will quickly turn away.
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There must be two chairs. ASCII hashtag. Let me explain: the physics have deteriorated in my opinion (arcade perception). Hardcore gamers will be able to immerse themselves in this game for hours to come, especially online, because of the attention Milestone has given it. But for newcomers, the climb will be tough, and the refrain of The Shamen’s 1989 song (or the more popular 1991 re-release) (I can move, move, move any mountain…) will not entice them. Graphically MES4 brings the level we expect from Unreal Engine 4, but I think there are some optimization issues (but at least the game runs on Windows 7 by default with no tweaks, they finally learned their lesson). And I don’t think atmosphere (and you can put background music on the menu) alone can win games. Bicycles still look like lawnmowers, and artificial intelligence looks a little dangerous here and there. And no, this time I will not quote a paragraph from the ESM3, but after the quote I will say that it still applies. (I’ll take the evaluation box since it’s reasonable anyway…).
However, I would say that the single player modes of MES4, including the career and composite modes, are lifeless. I didn’t feel like it was worth it in the long run. Maybe I’m not the right person in this room. But I come back to the DLC, and besides the two customization packs (one of which I think was a pre-order bonus I didn’t get, thanks for that, Milestone…), there’s also a five euro one called Credit Multiplier or something. This lowers the overall score by half a point. I’m afraid microtransactions (and real-time service…) will go to shit in MotoGP 21. (If I drive through a runway sign on my first attempt to drive, I immediately lose all inspiration….. This has been a problem for the past 7-8 years).
Not worthy of purchase
If you have a next-gen console, you can enjoy maximum graphics and solid frame rates. Dedicated servers, nice environment. However, the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch versions may have gotten a sequel. I have played the PC version, and I would say if you have played MES3, skip this game. Monster Energy Supercross – Official Video Game 4 would have received a 7 out of 10 without this commendable DLC. Last year it was between 6.5 and 7, but now, thanks to the two hearings, I’d say it’s 8 for hardcore players and 6.5 for others. Not much improvement, and not enough authenticity. You also always get reset when you’ve jumped, and if you accidentally cut a corner (even if not on purpose), you quickly lose one of your three training attempts. The game almost feels like a replay.
(The game code was provided by Magniv)
+ Authentic, hard racing
+ Not a one-hit wonder, with tuning.
– Still not recommended for beginners
– In career mode, it may not have gotten the overhaul it needs
– No major improvement
Publisher: Important steps
Developer: Important steps
Genre: The official video game adaptation of the AMA Supercross series.
Date of publication : 11. March 2021
REVIEW – Like Electronic Arts and Take-Two (or 2K or the same company), Milestone releases a few (motorized) sports games every year, but the problem is that there’s not much reason to buy most of them regularly, because there’s not much improvement between each installment. DLC, even if it already has three… American Rider We begin as usual. After adjusting the gamma and audio settings (no reusing keys… someone has bad priorities here), you can create your own tab with a country music trap. 12 heads…
Monster Energy Supercross – Official Video Game 4 – Dirt. Just dirt.
Monster Energy Supercross – Official Video Game 4 – Dirt. Just dirt.
Is the series going downhill? I asked last year. For hardcore gamers? Or maybe not. For all the others? Yes.
Gameplay – 4.2
Physics – 6.4
Music/Audio – 7.6
Environment – 7.5
Is the series going downhill? I asked last year. For hardcore gamers? Or maybe not. For everyone else? Yes.
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Will there be a Monster Energy 4 Supercross?
Monster Energy Supercross – Official Video Game 4 will be available from the 11th. March 2021 available worldwide on PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows PC®/STEAM and Google Stadia
Who won the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross?
Eli Tomac on Sunday became the oldest rider in Supercross history to win his first championship in the top 450cc class since Zach Osborne won the 2020 season finale. Sexton won the main event (his fifth of the season) and his second consecutive 250 championship, while McElrath finished second.
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The 2020 Monster Energy Cup Supercross, originally scheduled for October 10, has been officially cancelled after FELD Entertainment concluded that it would be too difficult to find a suitable venue for the fall event, with the coronavirus crisis still having a major impact on public events …
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