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Microsoft has used their Avatar Famestar program to promote a wide variety of game’s starring the system’s cartoony (but not too cartoony) Avatars. Last month, the energetic virtual characters vroom vroomed their way onto the professional dirt bike racing circuit in a Motocross Madness reboot. Originally released for the PC in 1998, this new version of Motocross Madness provides plenty of MX thrills for a budget price (800 Microsoft Points/$10). (more…)
Pop your Avatar on a motorcycle and send them screaming down multiple tracks, including “the deserts of Egypt [and] the snows of Iceland,” in Motocross Madness, this week’s addition to the Xbox Live Arcade.
Motocross Madness for the XBLA is the rebirth of one of Microsoft’s earliest franchises. The original was released for the PC all the back in 1998. You can download the 2013 reboot for 800 Microsoft Points ($10):
Motocross Madness is back! Take your bike freeriding across massive environments, from the deserts of Egypt to the snows of Iceland. Drift, trick and turbo boost your way across 9 expansive offroad tracks in single player events, ghost challenges and 8-player multiplayer races. Combine stats with your friends in Bike Club to unlock rewards then compete across all events to reach the top of your club.