MTX: Mototrax peels off the track and onto shelves
Producers of Excitebike 64 ship MTX: Mototrax for the Playstation 2
Published: March 4, 2004
Activision, Inc today announced shipping of its latest title, MTX: Mototrax to retail stores nationwide. Developed by Left Field Production, producers of the highly lauded Excitebike 64, MTX: Mototrax promises a non-linear career mode as well as a first-in-genre online component to complement its striking depth.
"MTX: Mototrax groundbreaking non-linear career mode lets players use their skills to progress through different motocross disciplines as they become king of the track, earning the fame and fortune of a true champion," said Dave Stohl, vice president of Activision Studios. "The game's comprehensive online multiplayer capabilities offer high-speed racing action on more than 20 different tracks, delivering the ultimate motocross competition."
Along with the promise of online play and a definitive career mode, MTX: Mototrax also boasts an impressive array of customizable features including create-a-rider mode and create-a-track mode, and features licensed bikes and parts from Suzuki, Kawasaki and Yamaha, respectively.
MTX: Mototrax carries a suggested retail price of $49.99 and an ESRB rating of E (That's for "Everyone" folks.) It should be on the shelf of your favorite Video Game Shoppe tomorrow, be sure to pick up a copy for the dirt racer in your life.