10:16 AM - October 12, 2007 by Steve_OS
GameSpot has posted their updated hands-on preview of MotoGP 07.
"Of course if realism in a motorcycling sim isn't your thing, then Capcom has you covered, with three difficulty levels included in MotoGP 07. In fact, gamers will be able to decide right off the bat which control scheme they're most comfortable with, thanks to an introductory race that can be played through when first starting the game. During this race, MotoGP's AI will assess how you're handling your bike, and make suggestions on which control scheme is best for your skill level (as well as giving text-based advice on how to stay on the track). With arcade controls, all a player has to worry about is steering, accelerating, and braking. The advanced mode is the next step up, and gives players control over a rider's body by pushing the left analog stick to lean forward or back. Simulation mode is the most realistic, with a much more strict physics model coming in to play (which basically means that almost every excursion off the track will result in falling off your bike)."