Summary: haha always fancied getting this since it came out years ago,finally got round to it and glad i did! i love it,but you gotta be a fan of the tt to wanna learn the circuit,to reveal how good it is. the bike handling and the level of detail in the physics engine is quite impressive,on the ps2 controller i use a joystick for steering/rider movement and the touch sensitive buttons for the gas and brakes and not both sticks,gears are on front buttons.
great game, ive always wanted to race the isle of man
Mr. Richard McLaughlin, amazon.co.uk
22 March 2013
Summary: This is the second copy of this game that ive bought, due to the first getting damaged when my dog knocked my playstation off of my television stand. It is a really good game which ive been playing nearly every day since I got it. I went on line and found out how to access the whole game as soon as i got it, at the main menu screen press R1,R2,L1,L2,R1,R2,L1,L2 and then type WORLD CHAMP.
Excerpt: This game is really good. If you can get into it. The problem is that, like most games, you can't just jump straight onto the TT course. And that is a shame because that is what most people probably want to do. Getting to the TT course is a choice of two ways. Firstly, you can compete in sections of the TT with other riders and begin to unlock bikes and other sections that you can race on.
Summary: hats off to the makers of this, who went to so much trouble to replicate the courses. it seems that this exercise exhausted them so much that they weren't able to tidy the game up. the handling of the bikes is much too twitchy the acceleration and deceleration are far too 'distant' and remote for proper enjoyment. the time it takes to start races is far too slow. i hope that the update (due in a month) addresses these problems.
Summary: This is a brilliant game. Seriously, the handeling seems realistic (I havn't ridden a motorbike, just quads, so I can't be certain), and the graphics, considering the size of the IoM circuit, are astonishing. The bikes look the same, the leathers look the same, and so on. In sidecar mode, the direction of the turn makes a differnce, the same as the real thing, and it's predictable.
Summary: I bought this game because I wanted to learn about the TT circuit. I didn't realise just how addictive it is. There are several serious flaws with this game - but it is just possible to forgive them because the overall involvement is so good. The gameplay is too difficult to begin with and I found it impossible to progress. The game demands that you play only through the expert level, which increases the problems: the bikes wheelie and understeer and oversteer.
Extreamly addictive and difficult at the same time.
Mr. P. J. R. LEWIS, amazon.co.uk
21 October 2006
Summary: There are not many bike games on any format to rival TT Superbikes for sheer playability and enjoyment. The graphics are simply the best of their kind with those living on the Isle of Man testifying that every detail of the famous course right down to the fields,buildings and brick walls have been included.
Summary: It's probably fair to say that there are those who may think that racing around a 38 mile course composed of ordinary roads, with only a thin layer of leather between you and the tarmac at speeds in excess of 200mph, sounds a little dangerous. These people might also feel that "two wheels" are entirely too few to be using for such an activity and that "four" seems eminently more sensible... they might well be right.
Summary: So i brouht this game because i was really pleased with moto gp 4 and thought this has got to be as good, if not better. Well i was right this game is the best motorcycle racing game on the PS2 to date. The Bikes are superb, all realisticly modelled on the real things and they handle pretty close to it as well. The 125 and 250 cc two stroke machines are wild and unpredictable and the 600's 750's and 1000's are rocket machines just as in real life.