Capcom's next attempt at MotoGP will be released in March 2011 on PS3 and Xbox 360.
Developed by Monumental Games, the 10/11 season adds player assistance to the tarmac-table, which is helpful for people with two left thumbs like me. There's also co-op, so friends can jump in to a race via split-screen to help your racing team win.
Career, Championship and Time Trial modes return, and Monumental has "revised" the Challenge mode. Incidentally, you can ride as your favourite racer from the outset of any mode apart from Career.
Online, 20-player races return. And if you join mid-race you can watch as a spectator, eyeing up the competition before you turn comes to burn rubber.
All the real-life stats from the MotoGP 2010 season are included, and Monumental will update the game with a free patch when the 2011 season gets under way.
There have been various engine tweaks to 10/10 as well, so it should look better and feel more authentic than ever before.
Matt Edwards, who rides a motorbike in real-life he's so cool, reviewed MotoGP 09/10 for Eurogamer in March.
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