PS5 Monster Energy Supercross in Kenya
The PS5 Monster Energy Supercross Price in Nairobi,Kenya is Ksh 6,999
Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame 5 is the latest installment of Italian motorsports sim specialists, Milestone srl’s surprisingly new motorbiking series. We say surprisingly because despite their being five of these now, this series only started in 2018 and has had a new installment each year.
It seems somewhat redundant even explaining what these games are about but let’s check that box anyway. This is to motocross what FIFA is to football. Which is to say that you get the calendar, riders and locations from the official Monster Energy Cross schedule. And although this series is only five years old, it does come on the back of Milestone’s other biking games such as the SBX, Ride, MotoGP and MXGP games, so they know all about the genre.
Instead, you need a bit of subtlety and technique. Take turning for example. Even if you use the brakes liberally on a turn, you’re still in danger of messing it up. You also need to lean your bodyweight into the turn too which is done by pushing the right analog stick. Body weight is also used in mid-air maneuvers, namely whips and scrubs, to help you manipulate your bike into a trick and then pull out of it safely in order to stick your landing.
Of course, it all feels very good to play. The main thing that Milestone get right is the feeling of connection between your bike and the track. You always feel like the tracks, with their varied surfaces and undulations, affect your riding directly. This is, of course, aided by the PS5’s DualSense controller which uses its high-definition rumble to great, but clicky, effect while the resistance applied to the triggers gives you a really tangible sense of struggle as you control your bike. There’s even a sort of revs indicator as your controller’s light goes green, yellow and red depending on how hard you are pushing the engine.
Sure, you get the career mode which takes you through a 250cc and 450cc season as well as offering you training which lets you level up your rider but the series already had that, and to be fair all that does is make the early races feel unnecessarily stiff and awkward. We’re not really sure that racing games need RPG-style stat leveling. You can improve your rider’s shape by riding around an open world looking for letters (that spell out SHAPE) to collect but this is really just an unwanted distraction between races but is necessary thanks to the new injury system where specific injuries affect certain stats. And then you get the usual online and track editor modes too. It makes for a fairly complete package but it’s stuff we’ve seen before from the series.
But with that all said, as with FIFA and Madden, this series has its fans who want the annually-updated teams and rosters and they’ll no doubt be happy to fork out the extra £59.99 but for anyone just looking for fun and dynamic motorbiking action, you’ll be better off picking up last year’s entry. However, for what its worth, this is probably the best version of this sub-genre’s best series but putting in injuries and a slightly-improved track editor probably isn’t enough to justify the spend.
Monster Energy Supercross 5
+ Plenty of races, gear and leveling up to get through
+ Very good use of haptics
– Presentation is okay but not amazing