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Yamaha Supercross

Yamaha Supercross (XSX) game cover art
Platform: DS
Tags: Racing, Off-Road
Developer: Coyote Console
More Platforms: PlayStation 2, Wii


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Yamaha Supercross review

Reviewed December 27, 2009

Gary Hartley says: "It’s easy to make mistakes on the windier tracks that task you with straightening quickly from a sharp corner to fly into a sadistically placed camel hump, but it’s all the game really has. Mistakes are not punished harshly, nor outstanding lines rewarded thanks to the rubber band racing physics that ensure the pack of rival riders are neither too far ahead or too far behind you."
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