TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge
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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.
If you’ve been waiting for a racing game that will truly test your abilities on the Switch, this is it.
Fans of TT will find many things to love about this but will they all get around the gameplay? Fans of racing simulators will also love the gameplay but will there be enough content here to keep them playing? Those were the main questions I had coming out of this… but the team behind this set out to perfectly recreate this massive racing event and they definitely succeeded in doing that.
Kylotonn should be commended on what is a great game, but certainly a niche one at that.
This biking game is really for the hardcore fans not being something that any player could jump into.
TT Isle of Man: Ridge on the Edge deserves praise for its fairly meticulous recreation of the famous event. The sense of speed, high quality audio, and the impressive visuals, amount to a visceral driving experience.
Overall, TT Isle of Man is merely good, rather than great; the complexity of the handling and the accuracy of the track are very well realised. The hope is that it can scoop up a cult following and we can have some multiplayer fun, otherwise, the replayability just isn't there. Great job by Kylotonn and Bigben Interactive for putting it together.
TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge could have been the chance of a lifetime for all the motorbike fans. The Snaefell Mountain Course is glorious, the lights are great and wind blows like in an epic tale, but game itself is quite a wasted opportunity. The simcade racing gameplay is harsh and unforgiving, and sometimes you just don't feel the motorbike. A part from the handling issues, the game lacks of contents beside the Snaefell, and the career mode is flat and emotionless.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Good but hard bike simulation. But Snaefell Mountain course is one of the reaseons why to play TT Isle of Man.
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