Reviews and Problems with Tourist Trophy: Real Riding Simulator
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3 December 2011
Summary: Good game.Fun.Nothing like GT4 car.Difference you don't buy or sell your vehicles.No points/credits.You have to win the bikes by beating your opponent,which is the computer.It's honestly so close to being impossible any more difficult on some bike are a little ridiculous when trying to win.Extremely frustrating.I won several bikes but most do me no good cause almost all cannot be entered to race on most boards.Overall it really is a fun game,i'm certainly not sorry i...
Summary: I have yet to play the other main motorcycle games, but this one is far better than Road rash as far as close to the real thing. I do find it disturbing that the liter bikes can wheelie like no tomorrow and the ZRX1200 cannot. that thing in real life is a torqe monster. and the wrecks could be more realistic and make you have to go pick up your bike. Overall though great purchase.
Summary: The Gran Turismo creaters at Polophony Digital have been focused on the cars for years. Gran Turismo games 1-4 were great games and were all claimed as "The Real Driving Simulator". By 2006, Polophony now creates their latest Gran Turismo game using only bikes and scooters and called it Tourist Trophy: The Real Riding Simulator.
Summary: Tourist Trophy offers entertaining video playback and realistic riding experiences for the variety of motorcycles. The only drawback is the races and race series are limited and lack authenticity. Still fun though. The game plays without glitches on a PS3. A file on the HDD replaces the removable media storage of the PS2. If the racing offered more real world scenarios I would rate it excellent.
Challenging to say the least.....Good game overall
24 February 2008
Summary: I love the realism this game has but, it gets tiresome after awhile. There are those moments when you just want to ride like the wind without flying over the bars or laying the bike down. This game will keep you entertained for awhile though. I managed to ride a wheelie up to 185mph down Nürburgring's straight. Game AI is pretty good, graphics are also pretty good seeing as how it's from Polyphony Digital Inc.
Summary: I think the game has life like caracteristics and the graphics are great! The game is similar to GT3 except you cannot modify your bike. The tricks are fun if you remember that you're on a bike and it's easy to lay it over! Worth checking out...Be careful also because when you're coming into the turns the screen doesn't make it seem like you're really doing 120 and you might take the turn too wide.
Summary: This may just be Gran Turismo on two wheels but it's still as good of a motorcycle racing game you can buy. If you didn't like the Gran Turismo series before, you won't like this incarnation. This game offers a pretty expansive array of motorcycles to choose from. Mostly Japanese companies like Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha. But offers some BMW's, Ducati's and Triumphs as well. Bike size range from 125cc to bikes over 1,000cc's.
Excerpt: Having played Gran Toursimo a few times I tried this game out and it is like that series except for motorbikes. The tracks are very similar and the menus are almost the same too. Add to that that the gameplay is almost identical too execept that you are on a bike. So if you love Gran Turismo you may opt to not get this but if you do I'm sure you will love it as I did.
Silas Wegg ""I don't know why Silas, I do..., amazon.co.uk
25 July 2008
Summary: I've owned many motorcycle racing games over the years and few have really caught my attention. The first decent games were Superbikes 2k and 2001 and 500GP. These both had nice graphics and gameplay; GP500 also had 3rd party bikes and sounds to add on. Then there was Riding Spirits, which had potential as a bike Gran Turismo, but the bike physics weren't great.