Supercross - PlayStation

Also known as: Supercross 2001

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Supercross (PlayStation)
Viewed: 3D First-person / Third-person Genre:
Sport: Motorcycle
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Page 44 Soft. Co.: Electronic Arts
Publishers: Electronic Arts (GB)
Released: 16 Feb 2001 (GB)
Ratings: 3+
Features: Vibration Compatible
Accessories: Analogue JoyPad, Memory Card


EA’s reputation as a company that releases sports games and sequels is being upheld once more with the release of EA Supercross. While there are many motorbike games currently available from EA, Supercross is the most up to date instalment, and is therefore the most comprehensive.

A fantastic FMV introduction to the game, showcasing some superb talent from existing riders, gives players a sneak preview of what they are about to embark upon. Before you begin a game you should take into consideration both how involved you want to be in Supercross and your preferred challenge. Supercross consists of a variety of game modes that include quick start, trick and season. Hardcore fans should attempt a full on season that includes a host of real-life riders, complete with accurate statistics. Here, you can win tournaments and trophies that will in turn, unlock further secrets within the game. Those of you looking for something less serious can participate in a trick challenge, whereby you must attempt to successfully execute any of the 35 available stunts, including the back flip, to accumulate points. Of course, to keep up with the times there is now a female race option included in the package.

This particular edition of Supercross is by far EA’s greatest motor biking achievement to date. There is lots to do, it offers a very challenging game, and it’s fun to play.