Reviews and Problems with SBK X: Superbike World Championship
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Forza with Motorcycles
Prophis , GameStop
27 January 2012
Summary: I went to get the original SBK, but this SBK X seemed much improved. The game play is exactly what i expected and wanted. A very realistic Motorcycle Racing Sim. It has Arcade which is the most FUN, Simulation mode, which is ultra realistic physics wise, and multiplayer. it's also the only bike game officially sponsored by sbk championship with real riders. I wish you could customize ur bike little more look wise, but that's not really what the sport is about.
Summary: A lot of people will buy this game for the deep simulator experience that it offers, and it does, but I wanted a game I could pick up and play with friends and family as well and the ARCADE portion of this game is something you can pick up and play pretty much right away. The game is a lot of fun and well presented, and if you are good enough to play the simulator mode then you will enjoy that too.
Conclusion: i really dont know what game the other reviewer was playing but this game is the nuts. 1)graphics are good not fantastic but not bad. 2)gameplay (from what i have seen on the demo) is really good,you can have a blast on the arcade if you just want a quick race with out much thinking into your breaking points & no worrying about crashing.
Conclusion: You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. The graphics, physics and handling of the bikes are so much improved. I own a yam r1 and this game gives me the same sensations as when i ride in real life. Simulation is great challenge especially with manual gear changes and rider weight. The rear brake issue has been fixed the bikes look stunning and if you love bike you will love this game.
Conclusion: i'm so happy i downloaded the demo of this game as i got the chance to try it before.... i knew i was making a great purchase, now i know i will be. I've played this and the other MOTO cycle game recently and i can say that SBK holds the same cards and more. You start off with the choice of Arcade or Simulation game modes, its easy to dismiss the two but they really are two completely different beasts.