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  • Summary: For bikers, there are only 2 types of speed races: the Isle of Man TT, and the rest. No other race is as grueling for the motorbikes and demanding for the riders. Assume the challenge of the Snaefell Mountain course: all 37.73 miles faithfully reproduced with the champions and their bikes.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 21
  2. Negative: 1 out of 21
  1. Jun 6, 2018
    85
    Realistic and exhilarating, TT Isle of Man lets you experience the rush of speed and danger without the risk of falling off the ramp. We can't guarantee your gamepad is safe, though.
  2. Mar 11, 2018
    75
    TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge aims to the pure sports simulation, at the price of some compromises and of little variety.​
  3. Mar 23, 2018
    70
    TT Isle of Man: Ride On The Edge is a definitive race around a legendary and lethal track, one that captures the thrill and joy of two-wheeled power unleashed with a satisfying and strapping sense of speed. A pity then, that the rest of the supporting architecture doesn’t measure up.
  4. Mar 9, 2018
    65
    A disappointment for the fans of the genre, especially for those looking for a realistic take of the motorcycling sport.
  5. Mar 13, 2018
    65
    Eventually, the good ideas offered are not enough to promote this racing game. However they are enough to let us say that TT Isle of Man: Ride On The Edge is not a bad game, not at all. It is rather a wasted opportunity, for the value and the resonance of the license to which it's bounded as well as for the strong, and felt, need to have a valid and complete motorcycle racing game in the videogame panorama.
  6. May 1, 2018
    60
    The ambitious mission to recreate the Isle Of Man is successful, but lacks in delivering content to keep you coming back.
  7. Mar 13, 2018
    40
    While TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge accurately captures the sense of speed as you barrel down the country lanes of the iconic circuit, its twitchy handling undoes the experience entirely.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 9
  2. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. Apr 14, 2018
    10
    I cannot believe this hasn’t had amazing reviews all round. As an ex-sports bike rider I can tell you that the handling and full on experienceI cannot believe this hasn’t had amazing reviews all round. As an ex-sports bike rider I can tell you that the handling and full on experience has absolute nailed it. This game is amazing.

    Graphics are phenomenal and played in PSVR cinema mode rocks!
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  2. Mar 12, 2018
    10
    Very pleased with this title. The physics are spot on. When you crash, you actually see the rider slam into the objects in the game. So cool.Very pleased with this title. The physics are spot on. When you crash, you actually see the rider slam into the objects in the game. So cool. I haven't tried the online yet but IF this is what this dev team can deliver i cannot wait to see what they can do for online racing!!! Seriously so fun to ride!!! Expand
  3. Mar 22, 2018
    9
    People complaining about the content should go and play GTA. People complaining that the physics are unplayable should go back to Mario KartsPeople complaining about the content should go and play GTA. People complaining that the physics are unplayable should go back to Mario Karts or RIDE 2.

    This is not gpbikes. This is not RIDE 2. Period. And thank god..

    For what this is it is a very decent first attempt at a motorcycle racing game by Kylotonn. It's surprisingly good from 1st person view. It's surprisingly bad from "chase" view. The physics need some tweaking but overall it offers a very challenging, very believable and very exacting simulation (not simulator) of the experience of racing round the iconic Isle of Man Snaefell Mountain course. It's very unforgiving which makes it rewarding to get right on a flying lap..

    Milestone take note: people are getting fed up of your invisible assists and toned down challenge in motogp17 and RIDE 2. Many of us enjoy a challenge..

    I'm impressed.
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  4. Mar 9, 2018
    9
    I don't understand why the user reviews are so low? I suppose it's people just giving it a go and expecting loads to do. I've played ride 1I don't understand why the user reviews are so low? I suppose it's people just giving it a go and expecting loads to do. I've played ride 1 and 2 and tourist trophy on the ps2 a fair bit, this game has good handling and graphics and a good sense of speed, makes you appreciate the real riders even more. Haven't started the career yet but have done a few laps of the TT course and it's definitely not an easy game, even though I have automatic gears and medium brakes/wheelie/stoppie etc. If you like a challenge and like bikes, it's worth having in your collection. will have to try it using the psvr as a screen too I think, even though it's scary enough on a t.v.! Expand
  5. Mar 9, 2018
    8
    Raw, Harsh & brutally business-like in the Onboard camera mode with the assists all turned off.

    If you can live with the fact this game
    Raw, Harsh & brutally business-like in the Onboard camera mode with the assists all turned off.

    If you can live with the fact this game only really lives for its Tourist trophy mode, and your desire to set ever faster times, you will love it. The rest of the game for me, I could happily pass on.

    There are some strange handling issues, with liftoff oversteer whilst dealing with corners.. however if you shift the rider around as intended (pull back on the left thumb stick whilst braking) many of the handling issues become nothing more than a small sidenote for me.

    The bikes will wheelie, move around & generally try kicking your arse over the correctly bumpy TT surface if you don't keep them in check. It's addictive! Very very addictive!

    Worth a try, if you don't mind steep learning curves & all assists off
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  6. Mar 7, 2018
    8
    A niche motorcycle simulation that hits all the right gameplay notes.

    There is one aspect that this game had to nail: the core gameplay of
    A niche motorcycle simulation that hits all the right gameplay notes.

    There is one aspect that this game had to nail: the core gameplay of driving and handling a motorcycle at ludicrous speeds. I am happy to report that TT Isle of Man does this better than any other motorcycle game I have played.

    The sensation of speed is simply unmatched, and after a little bit of an initial learning curve, the bikes handle quite well. The gameplay here is simply thrilling. My preferred method of play is in first-person, and the game performs better in this view than any other motorcycle title I've come across. Just a balls-to-the-wall experience.

    The famed Mountain Course is the main attraction, and it is both beautifully rendered and a real challenge to master. But the included fantasy tracks are surprisingly fun to play and well-designed, as well.

    There's no getting around the fact that is no AAA game, and the amount of content will be lacking, for some. The overall presentation is very barebones. At $60, this game is difficult to recommend to all but the the most hardcore of motorcycle fans. But with a reasonable price-cut (which is sure to come, and soon), I think this a well-crafted game that executes its core gameplay in thrilling and triumphant fashion. A niche game, to be sure, but one I am very much enjoying.
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  7. Dec 26, 2018
    5
    I was really looking forward to this game...Being a huge fan of the race and just about every form of motorcycle racing on the planet this wasI was really looking forward to this game...Being a huge fan of the race and just about every form of motorcycle racing on the planet this was massive for me. Just so you know I do ride on the road so I know how a bike should react and this is where the game has failed for me. The bikes just do not react as they should, to me they act more like a car especially when they slide which is not good. There are a lot of good things about this game, but in my opinion that factor on the handling is to much for me. Disappointed is an understatement. Expand

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