has a very easy to use, if not sparse, control system. The A and B buttons control your speed and brakes and the D-pad maneuvers your rider. When you find yourself falling behind, you can pull back on the D-pad and perform a wheelie to give your rider a nice boost of turbo.
Other than the extremely awkward save features, MotoGP had a hard time holding my interest. While MotoGP is a solid racing game, I found it overly repetitive and dull. There wasn't enough in the game to keep me wanting to come back for more. MotoGP is an excellent choice for racing fans, but the more casual gamer looking for some racing action may want to look around before settling on this one.