Well it's been out on the shelves for some time now but the review is just going on the site. Put that down to our slackness, not a desire to avoid the game, far from it. MotoGp 3 shapes up as another great title in the series. Chrisg's review will be up soon so check it out.
Yous said it was hard in the review. Is it like the other MotoGP series were it is slowish or so it seems to turn? Have they increased the speed of the turning on this game or have they left it like that , if ya get my point. Also the previous games in the series took a little time to get used to the racing style, does this one? Graphics have improved though looks NICE! Hopefully the physics of it all will impress!
Turning is pretty slow, but not too slow; it's simulation based, so it'd be a bit strange if the bikes did crazy 'tron-like' cornering (though that'd be pretty kewl ). While it fits true with the physics of real life, it does come as a bit of a shock when coming from a purely GT, NFS and rally racing game background.
So yeah, turning is slow, but that's part of the physics behind the game. It will take a while to get used to the racing style, but if you're nuts for motorbikes (and like a challenge) ya should be okay sticking with it.
Well a bit of a bump for this topic as Graham has just completed his review of MotoGP4. He loved the game, but was disappointed by a lack of commentary - something common with all games in the series. You can check out his review here.