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  • Summary: TT Superbikes is an Official License from the Isle of Man Government, with further Official support from the Auto Cycle Union, the motorcycle racing governing organization for the TT Races. The game features licensed motorcycle manufacturer support, such as Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Aprilia and Triumph. Related motorcycle product manufacturers also provide additional licensed support with major brands, Castrol, Dunlap, Avon and Bridgestone Tyres, Alpinestars Leathers, Arai and Shoei Helmets, Dymag and Marchesini Wheels along with Ohlins suspension and Arrow Exhausts to name a few. Containing more than 40 miles of beautifully recreated true to life real road racing circuits with data from the Isle of Man Government and the game's own road surveying crew means every vital bump, wall, tree and house included in the game, just like real life. [Valcon Games] Expand
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  1. It may be for hardcore fans and sadists only, but this is still a rewarding race. [GamesMaster]
  2. While I can honestly say that I'm not a big racing fan, Suzuki TT Superbikes was able to appeal to the competitor in me by providing a very accessible game for novices with enough depth to keep veterans challenged for many, many races.
  3. Technically almost flawless, but extremely difficult to master. It is too hard for casual gamers, but fans are gonna love it. [Aug. 05]
  4. Graphics are average, and the physics are impressive, though load times are excruciatingly long. [Dec 2005, p.108]
  5. Though patient motorcycle-simulation fans will see past Suzuki TT Superbikes' quirks and appreciate its authenticity, many will shy away from the game's single-track format, twitchy handling, and claustrophobic environment.
  6. 61
    If you're a fan who desperately wants to see the race from a first-person perspective this will scratch that itch, but there are many other titles such as the upcoming MotoGP 4 that explore the territory much further.
  7. If you are a complete bike racing fanatic I've got no doubt in my mind that the sheer excitement of racing around the track will be reason enough to warrant the price tag of TT Superbikes. For everybody else, this just isn't good enough to keep you interested.
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  1. KrisS.
    Sep 26, 2005
    The graphics & replays may not be the best, but the physics MORE than make up for it. For anyone who has ever ridden a sportbike, this is the closest a game has gotten to it so far. Easily worth the $15 Expand
  2. RobL.
    Aug 24, 2005
    This is the best motorcycle game to come out for the PS2. Does not have all the bikes that Riding spirits had but, it does have all the sport bike from 2003-2005. Wheely, indo, slide out, tank slap,burn out, jump, crash and see your bike flip end over end. This game is only $15 and I would have paid $50 and have beed more then happy with it. I have been on street sport bikes and tracks for over 7 years and this game is just like the real thing. Expand
  3. Jason
    Sep 25, 2005
    This game rocks. It would be impossible to get a game exactly like riding, but this comes very close. I don't like the ease with which I can draft, but I love the sound of the bikes, and the challenge it presents. Expand