Summary: Relatively good game and certainly challenging at first. It may give you an idea into my limited exposure to the genre but TT Superbikes on PS2 had a much better physics engine and felt way WAY more real. My complaints about the handling and physics in this game would be; automatic baby clutch slip in 1st opposed to moderating wheel spin or front lift, unrealistic contact with other riders (off too easily at times, not off in a major collision), and unrealistic handling.
Summary: I am a world superbike fan, so it would only make sense to get a game based on the races, and this one doesn't disappoint. So if you're a race and like to play games, you've gotta get this one.
Summary: Bought this game with high hopes and only played it a few times. The control feel is pretty good and the graphics of the rider/bike are impressive, but the graphics of the track and surroundings are surprisingly grainy and sometimes slow to draw down-track which really impacts your sense of movement and speed. On my PS2 I played Tourist Trophy by Polyphony which is derived from the Gran Turismo series and thus has amazing tracks and movement dynamics.
Summary: This game is pretty cool and offers a bunch of different bikes,riders and famous tracks to race on from around the world. The game features a nice tutorial mode, quick race feature and several other options. I only wish I would have checked to see if the game was available for my PS2, as I HATE the way the PS3 controllers and game experience in general. But aside my from the actual game was swell. You should buy one if you are interested in it.