Growling motorcycles, typically grandiose music on the menus. Standard stuff. On-track, it can feel a little sterile, aurally speaking.
Meticulously rendered bikes with all the official liveries and stuff. The wealth of racing venues, like Laguna Seca, Silverstone, and the like, all look nice enough. Rain-slicked surfaces look lovely.
Tricky to get to grips with, MotoGP 22 eventually proves to be a realistic racing sim that rewards persistence. Well worth sticking with.
The usual Career Mode, single race options, and online gubbins is joined by the new 'NINE Season 2009' mode, which is great. Polished and neatly presented.
A great deal of the list is devoted to chalking up a win on each track venue, while others are connected to Career Mode and NINE wins. Serviceable.