Another impressive thing about this game is the track list. There are 18 circuits that make up the world tour, and while new additions such as Silverstone and Motorland Aragon are impressive, it's rarities like Sachsenring and Phillip Island that really make this game stand out.
In terms of the visuals, the game is fairly well-done from a design perspective. As you whiz around the tracks, the artwork is technically accurate and has a good amount of flair. For example, there's a time when you have to deal with the sun breaking through the clouds in a wet race as well as other subtleties.
In career mode, MotoGP 10/11 doesn't bring anything new to the table. It features a reputation and a career system. The reputation system, feels like it comes up a little short. Neither modes are compelling enough to make racing through a handful of seasons something you'd want to do. However, there's enough tracks, bikes, and customization to make even the mildest racing fan want to push their speed limits and skill.
MotoGP 10/11 is rated E (Everyone) by the ESRB. This game can also be found on Xbox 360.