MotoGP 14 delivers exciting, challenging and surprisingly deep motorcycle racing action. It's audio-visuals feel disappointingly last-generation, however.
Newcomers will find MotoGP 14 a difficult experience to jump into and the graphics aren't as appealing as they should be. All things considered, though, this is a very decent racing experience, one that fans of the sport cannot afford to miss.
Brand new engine and a good balance between simulation and arcade. It might not sport great looks, but as a motorbike simulation MotoGP 14 has what it takes to involve fans.
Game World Navigator Magazine
MotoGP 14 is a real lifeline for all fans of the main motorcycle racing championship. To learn all the hardships just switch physics to Pro mode, turn on the tire wear and disable all sorts of helping options like Ideal Trajectory. [September 2014, p. 70]
MotoGP 14 isn't bad at all. It will offer sport's fans many hours of fun, but at the same time, a hard time learning how to drive the vehicles in the most realistic modes. However, visual display weighs down what could have been a superb experience.
At first MotoGP 14 on Playstation 4 doesn’t look like a noteworthy improvement over MotoGP 13 on Playstation 3. But after a while the improved graphics and physics are very notable and enhance the experience, even though there is still room for improvement. A great start for the series on the new generation.
MotoGP 14 is the official game that fans could hope for. And nothing more. The new gen version (PS4-PC) looks very similar to the old gen versions (PS3-360). The little team made the game well but it had to work hard to get a realistic simulation and powerful online modes.