Reviews and Problems with Super Bikes Riding Challenge
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could be better
Julia Anne Halls, Amazon
12 September 2006
Summary: i went into woolworths to buy either this or tourist trophy, i went for this because the tracks sounded a lot better, but if i had to choose again i would probably go for tourist trophy, i dont know how realistic it is as i have never ridden a bike, but it is far too difficult as you fall off...
Summary: I love this game I think it is the best bike racing game on the market by far, the bikes sound so real and they handle like real bikes to, the only slight downfall about the game are the graphics but the overall content of the game more than makes up for that.
Summary: I CANNOT UNDERSTAND OTHERS HERE SAYING GET TOURIST TROPHY INSTEAD. THIS GAME IS MILES BETTER THAN TOURIST TROPHY SO WHAT GIVES? THE GRAPHICS ARE AMAZING AND LOOK LIKE AN XBOX 360 GAME. THE BIKES AND HANDLING IS AMAZINGLY GOOD AND THE SOUNDS ARE BRILLIANT FOR A GAME RELEASED IN 2006.
Summary: I bought this game just after I got tourist trophy, it was hard enough just trying to start a race and when I did it just seemed like a cheapy game and did'nt live up to all the hype. They should have spent more time on the gameplay - handling etc.
Summary: Ok, the Graphics aren't as good as Tourist Trophy but this game has a number of significant advantages. Firstly, it's difficult. take the riding and braking aids away and it is a genuinely tricky matter trying to get your bike around a track or circuit without lowsiding or highsiding.
Summary: I bought this game specifically to learn my way around Donnington Park. Having looked at the glossier Tourist Trophy I decided on this, purely because I'd played GT4 (Tourist Trophy is GT4 with bikes rather than cars) until I was bored of it, and wanted something different.
Summary: This is a proper simulator with easily the best game physics of any motorbike game on the PS2 (I own TT Superbikes, Tourist Trophy and MotoGP titles, none of which come close). Too much throttle with too much lean angle means a high-side, trail-brake too hard into a corner and you low-side.