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  • Summary: Meticulously detailed Mountain Course replicated with each stretch and bend of the circuit. 24 riders, 38 bikes, and sidecars rocketing along village and mountain roads at 200 mph. Accurate bike physics as confirmed by famed TT riders.
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  1. May 30, 2019
    80
    If you’ve been waiting for a racing game that will truly test your abilities on the Switch, this is it. It doesn’t have a massive amount of content or modes, but no other game on Switch provides a similar racing experience. It’s hardcore, immersive, and certainly not an eyesore. TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge is undoubtedly the best serious racing game that the Switch has to offer right now.
  2. Jun 1, 2019
    60
    As a specific and finite experience, TT Isle of Man is superbike and supersport racing at its most intense and exhilarating. There’s few tracks in the world of motorsport that are as challenging and downright frustrating as Snaefell Mountain, and even the most experienced of virtual riders will find their mettle tested. However, with a meagre career mode, few additional tracks and several issues with performance, this is a racing highlight surrounded by janky filler.
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  1. Jun 1, 2019
    9
    I am a big fan of sim racers, games like the Gran Turismo, Forza, Ride, and Dirt series have gotta be easily my most frequently played games.I am a big fan of sim racers, games like the Gran Turismo, Forza, Ride, and Dirt series have gotta be easily my most frequently played games. I have a passion for motorsport and motor vehicles and I love to check out every racing game that comes along. Naturally I was drawn to TT Isle of Man, it has been one of my favorite motorsport activities to watch and the whole concept of the Isle of Man track is simply amazing. Think Nurburging on a bigger scale and the backdrop of scenic UK style backroads. There are other tracks in this game but this epic 37 mile track is easily one of most impressive you can find in a racing game and it dominates the experience.

    So this game has a lot going for it based upon the setting alone, but I am sure you are wondering how good it is to actually play and how good it looks in action. The gameplay is spot on, they went after trying to simulate the TT Isle of Man competition and I think they succeeded. All the professional riders that compete in the event are represented here with their bikes, a variety of 600 and 1000cc sportbikes, all tuned and presented in a way that reflects the real deal. The control feels accurate and you can get a real feel for the bikes you are riding, an experience that is well aided by the fantastic HD rumble feedback they implemented.

    As for the graphics, I am very impressed. I happen to also own this game for the Xbox One X (I bought it on the Switch because I would like to play it on the go as well) and I played the games on both consoles back to back to see how the Switch version stacks up to the beautiful Xbox One X version. To my surprise when I played the game docked it didn't feel like the graphics downgrade was that big of a deal, and it is an impressive handheld experience. The developers also do a great job of allowing you to customize the effects, letting you reduce and even turn off the motion blur (which helps make the performance smoother) as well as reduce or turn off the camera shake effect. Personally I like the way it looks with these effects turned off and the game looks remarkably smooth running in action when you do. To be honest I feel like if there is any version of this game to buy, this is it.
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  2. Aug 30, 2019
    8
    This game absolutely nails both the feeling of speed and bike handling physics. It's not an easy feat to pull off and in the first few hoursThis game absolutely nails both the feeling of speed and bike handling physics. It's not an easy feat to pull off and in the first few hours you'll crash..... A lot! Stick with it though and soon the rewards come. Nailing a 6th gear, 170mph, sweeping corner only inches from a stone wall gets the heart racing and the hands sweaty. There are obvious graphical shortcomings on the switch with handheld mode being quite blurry but keeping the racing line indicator on helps massively. Docked mode with a pro controller brings the best experience. If you're into motorcycle racing buy it. If you're tempted, buy it. Expand
  3. Apr 11, 2022
    1
    This game is completely unplayable on the Switch. The resolution is so bad that you literally cannot see the road. Every stage looks patheticThis game is completely unplayable on the Switch. The resolution is so bad that you literally cannot see the road. Every stage looks pathetic and it's basically riding blind. They could've done way better. Expand