MTX Mototrax is a Motocross videogame made by Left Field Productions and published by Muhammad Niaz. It features many of the top AMA Supercross/Motocross racers and X Games Freestylers of that time (2004), including Travis Pastrana, Nate Adams, Kenny Bartram, Carey Hart, Chad Reed, Tim Ferry, Mike Brown,Ezra Lusk, and many more. The First Level in Career mode is even at Travis Pastrana’s house. Mototrax is a solid entry into the world of motocross, but there are other games on the market that do it better. The game lets you ride freely on any tracks or courses that you’ve unlocked, but the real single-player draw is, of course, the career mode. Here you’ll move through all of the different game types as you earn money, gain sponsorships, and jump from one motocross team to another. The career is tied together by an in-game PDA that receives e-mail from other pro riders, your team leader, sponsors, and so on. They’ll offer you opportunities to race in various locations and to compete in different race series.
The riding and steering control in Mototrax has a loose feel to it that occasionally feels a little sloppy. Compressing your suspension is as easy as hitting a button, and you don’t have to really time when you press the button so much as you have to time when you release it. Other games tend to give you a smaller window for preloading, so this feels almost too easy at times. You can also preload by leaning on the bike with the analog stick, but because the button is so much easier, there isn’t any benefit to using the alternate method.
System= Pentium IV CPU 1.4 GHz
RAM= 512 MB
Size= 227.9 MB
Video Memeory= 64 MB
OS= Windows 98 ME 2000 XP Vista 7 and Windows 8
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