Reviews and Problems with Tourist Trophy: Real Riding Simulator
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Game is so so
Big Texas, Amazon
26 September 2011
Summary: PS3 lacks motorcycle games. Bought this for the PS2 and it reminded me of how bad the graphics are on that system. Gameplay is not bad though. I would recommend Suzuki Super Bikes over this game.
Summary: I had no doubt Polyphony Digital could create another great race game, even one with half the wheels of the others. But "Gran Turismo with bikes" this game really isn't. While there are many varying bikes to collect, you never get the sense you own your machine and can customize it how you choose.
Summary: This review is for the Tourist Trophy PS2 motorcycle game from the makers of the Gran Turismo games. What I like is the many different Motorcycles it has. The bikes handle pretty good as well.
Summary: Great graphics of the motorcycles, very realistic. The game is fun, however I had a hard time getting used to the brakes or lake of - did not seem to slow down as fast as some of the sport bikes should.
Summary: This game is a remake of Grand Tourismo!!! If you like real world simulators than this is for you. Once again there is no story line and it is interesting at first because you race with a purpose but as soon as you win all the motorcycles the game loses interest.
Summary: Considering the Gran Turismo pedigree, I have to say I'm a little disappointed by this, what should and could have been the definitive motorcycle game. Instead I'm left feeling the game's lacking major incentives to play it, the physics engine lacked development, and the game generally feels...
Summary: This game has realistic graphics and sound and I had heard that it was a fun game however I discovered that the controls were too sensitive and spent most of my time crashing. It has a very difficult learning curve and the slightest push one way or the other on your joystick will have you eating the...
Summary: Yes, the graphics are great. Yes, it has the same tracks as Gran Turismo--is that a good thing? Not sure if it completely supports this, but it seems as though it might also support 1080i, which would make it look even more fantastic.