“The difficult second album for Milestone.”

I haven’t done a Game Review in donkeys years, so now I think would be a good time to talk about Milestone’s 2nd of the modern MotoGP games, and their first next-gen effort, MotoGP 14. Does it improve on the solid but unspectacular foundation that MotoGP 13 left behind? Read on and find out.

Note: I’m reviewing the PS4 version of the game, so your version may be slightly different, but the key points remain the same.



Because every gamer in 2014 has the hard on for technical details right now, let me just tell you in advance, the game runs at 30 FPS. But the resolution is at 1080p, and I have the PS4 version, and I can tell you now, the game looks STUNNING. No, the frame rate being only 30 is NOT a problem, and I don’t care what you tell me. The game plays just fine.  It’s as pretty a racing game title as I’ve seen. I know a lot of that is down to the increased processing power