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The most complete MotoGP™ game ever! Valentino Rossi The Game allows you not only to compete in the 2016 season but also with past MotoGP™ champions, giving you the chance to relive the most important stages of the career of the 9 times world champion.
Join Valentino Rossi’s VR|46 Riders Academy, start your debut season in Moto3™ and be ready to compete in all motorsports categories Valentino will invite you to compete in. The Flat Track races at the MotoRanch, the drift competitions at Misano and rally challenges atMonza will be the arenas in which you can hone your skills to become the new MotoGP™ champion.
A videogame entirely dedicated to the career of Valentino Rossi, the 9 time World Champion. Experience the career of Valentino from his perspective in a series of 20 challenges from his first race in 1996 up to 2015. Jump into a new career starting at the VR|46 Academy and taking you up to World Champion. During the championship, Valentino will ask you to take part in different events like drifting, flat, R1M-only races, and rally in order to improve his abilities.
Rather than simply branding the upgrade as MotoGP ’16, Milestone has collaborated with VR46 to bring you ‘Valentino Rossi – The Game,’ henceforth known as VRTG. Milestone being an Italian racing game specialist and Valentino being somewhat of an Italian racing specialist himself, the duet seemed almost biological. VR wanted a game to celebrate 20 years of racing anyway, so Milestone showed the GOAT some ideas, he liked them, and VRTG was born.
You get all the features of MotoGP ’16 (Moto3, Moto2, career and classic modes), plus a medley of VR46-specific features: riding flat-track at The Ranch, Rallying at Misano and Monza (Milestone is also responsible for Seb Loeb Rally, so much of the physics understanding was applied to VRTG’s rally facet), a VR46 Academy career mode, drifting, and R1M-only races make this three times larger than MotoGP ’15. And with a career spanning from 1996 to 2016, Milestone has recreated all of VR’s previous steeds from 125s to 250s and 500cc two-strokes, many of his old adversaries such as Stoner, Biaggi and Gibernau, plus a host of classic tracks like Welkom and the old Assen layout. Also new for 2016 is a split screen option – something that was taken via feedback from die-hard gaming aficionados – and crashing is slightly more realistic with the introduction of the rag-doll effect. Because we all love a crash…