Download MotoGP 08 PC Game 2008

Download MotoGP 08

Size to download: 2.84 GB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 512 MB (Windows XP) / 1 GB (Windows Vista);
Processor: Intel Core i3 2.00 ghz

Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or Better, ATI Radeon X1600
OS: XP / Vista / 7
Year: 2008
Developer: Capcom
Version: Full Last Release

MotoGP 08 - Motor racing simulator with the official tracks of the championship for 2008. User will be able to compete with stars like Valentino Rossi and Casey Stoulner. There are 6 modes: Career, Quick Race, Time Race, Championship, Network game and Testing. The latter include a variety of tasks that need to be performed for the allotted period. This includes races with points of preservation and overtaking certain riders.

In the career, the user opens 3 class of motorcycles, which differ from each other by engine volume: 125, 250 cubic meters.See and MotoGP 800 Vehicles differ in size and external parameters, so requires a different approach to driving. Somewhere it will be convenient to play from the first person, in other cases a view from the side. The winner is the one who gains most of the prizes in the amount of 17-18 races. Balls are charged for the first 15 positions in the tournament board.

In addition to the class before the competition, the player chooses the track, driver, complexity, number of circles, weather and control (automatic or manual gearbox). From the driver's choice depends on what kind of motorcycle will get. You can ride on the iron horses of the following brands: Kawasaki, Yamaha, Honda, Ducati, Suzuki.

The tracks are distinguished by sharp turns that are not so easy to fit. Bike often enters the grass and sand, which slow down the speed of movement. Competition includes 3 stages: preparation, qualifications and racing. In the second stage it is necessary to overcome the track as quickly as possible. The result will determine the place of the participant at the start.

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