Conclusion: This game is so ridiculously difficult to control on cornering even when going slow and believe me you constantly need to crawl around corners. Even on Arcade mode with all aids on, this game is still difficult to corner. I can accept the simulation mode being reasonably difficult, but in arcade mode it's just not on. In arcade mode at the simplest of levels only the most tricky corner should require more than minimal slowdown.
Conclusion: I got really excited about this release but it wasn't as good as moto gp . They way you ride the bike is completely different and supposed to be user friendly but i didn't like it! But it does have it's good points..
Summary: I was going on holiday and thought that I should get a game that I could just pick and play as I wanted, so I went for this. The graphics on it are amazing for a PSP but I found the game too involved for my liking, I'm not a bike motorbike fan and found this game pretty difficult to get used to and the bike seemed to turn so slowly at high speeds, (which was probably too realistic for me) so I got frustrated with it and didn't play it all that much.
Summary: This has got to be the best racing game ever... its more fun on the PSP than on the PS2. Multiplayer is a great. The response of the bikes is so realitic it beats MotoGP hands down. Sadly there is no Donington on the PSP version and there are only 13 other riders in the races where as the PS2 has 24. It takes a while to master sliding the bike out of corners and getting the best from independent front and rear brakes but it comes together great.
Summary: i got this game to waste away some time while im in iraq, and it does it so well! the game is hard to get into if like me you have just been on nfs because the handleing is very erm lets say different :) you need to take time and learn the bike on the challenges which are a novel way to get to grips with the game. all in all i have played for 10-15 hrs since i got it and keep finding new stuff to do. is it worth the 25 quid? YES!!!! can i put my psp down now i have this?
Summary: I have motogp for PSP and played that a lot this, however, is far more realistic. It can be played in an arcade fashion, but due to it's brilliant custom difficulty setting you can choose the level of realism you require. It is possible to lock the front tyre and low-side, spin the rear and high-side. You can do stoppies and wheelies, even to the extent that on long wheelies the gyro effect of the front wheel lessens and the bike wobbles just like real life.