SBK X is essentially two games in one. Arcade Mode gives you a simple way to get into a race quickly, go fast, and pop wheelies. Simulation Mode will satisfy the hardcore fans and will give you the closest thing you can get to actually getting on a bike. Both modes are very flexible and customizable so that you can play any way you want and challenge yourself however you wish.
SBK X Superbike World Championship is overall just a pretty average game. Yes, it will appeal to the diehard fans of these types of games, and I am sure they will sink quite a few hours into it. The problem lies again with what I said about spreading out their game modes.
With a decent amount of content (including 14 tracks and 80 riders), thrilling first-person views and super-rewarding gameplay, one half of SBK X is a very good superbike sim tainted by bad design choices and extensive load times. The other half is an accessible, easy-to-understand Arcade mode whose main feature unfortunately loses appeal after only a couple of hours.
SummarySBK X delivers the incomparable excitement of the Superbike World Championship; all the bikes, all the riders and all the tracks of the official season. For the first time, this edition of the hit SBK series contains three categories of game play: Superbike, Superstock and Supersport. SBK X includes a career mode, allowing the player to ...