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MOTOROADER MC
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モトローダーMC
©1992 NCS
Release : 1992-12-18 (¥7200)
SuperCDRom² NSCD2015
Racing game

Motoroader MC is a racing game by NCS and is the third episode of the Motoroader series. Up to five players can race each other on twenty five tracks (five courses of five tracks each) as they vie for the first place. Unlike other games of the series, each track is basically constructed of a single static screen and is reminiscent of the arcade classic Super Sprint. Each race is made out of eight laps where anything goes ! Cars are invincible and can fire an unlimited amount of rockets and bombs which, consequently, leads the gameplay more towards speed and attack. All the racing tracks display a showcase of exquisite themes - from classic "City" and "Nature" scapes to more elaborate designs such as the fantasy "Marchen" or the unique "Specia"l courses. Road hazards also spice up the game and make each play session unique - from classic pits, speed boosters to shortcuts and disorienting teleporters.
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Motoroader on a CD Rom ? Simply too good to be true... sort of is, really. I personally misses the gameplay from early games of the series. Here, the screen is static so you can see everything from the start but I wished some tracks had the same hectic multi-directional scrolling found in the previous installments... I mean, the gameplay is still crazy and the multi-player mode is a blast but it ends up being a totally different experience. The weapon system is also tricky to use as you have to press up or down to fire which forces you to slow down. Races are fun though and the Special section is definitively my favorite and features some really unique track designs. All in all, Motoroader MC is fun but is not as fun as other episodes from the series, such as the excellent Motoroader 2...




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