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TT Isle of Man

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For bikers, there are two types of speed races: the Isle of Man TT and the rest. No other race is as gruelling for the motorbikes and demanding for the riders. Take up the challenge of the Snaefell Mountain course: all 37.73 miles faithfully reproduced with the champions and their bikes.
110 years of history have made TT a motor racing legend. Memorise each section of the course, round each bend to perfection, keep your concentration throughout the 6 laps, get the best time and write your name alongside the greatest champions.
• THE SNAEFELL MOUNTAIN COURSE FAITHFULLY REPRODUCED: 37.73 miles of roads and 264 bends for a race that is longer and more difficult than all GP circuits together.
• THE OFFICIAL RIDERS AND THEIR ULTRA-POWERFUL MOTORBIKES: 25 riders and 38 motorbikes hurtling along mountain roads at over 180 mph.
• REALISTIC DRIVING APPROVED BY TT RIDERS: lifelike motorbike behaviour to experience the real sensations of driving, just like on the actual course.

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Kylotonn Entertainment
Bigben Interactive
Age rating
0+ Everyone

System requirements for Xbox One

System requirements for PC

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows® 7 64bits
  • Processor: Intel® Core i3 / AMD Phenom™ II X2
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 650 / AMD Radeon™ HD 7750
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows® 10 64bits
  • Processor: Intel® Core i5 / AMD FX 8150
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 780 / AMD Radeon™ R9 290 2 GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard

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Win 10 events in Career mode.
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Finish a complete lap of the Snaefell Mountain Course without any collisions.
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TT Isle of Man reviews and comments

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Before the Purchase I was skeptical, but the many positive Comments convinced me. Now I would like to add my Mustard {TL; DR} Looks Semi-good, looks more like a good Arcade game = > Driving physics leaves something to be desired For Fans of the TT or Biker, however, almost a Mandatory Purchase, but the Expectations should be screwed down. {/TL; DR} So the Graphics are "okay," as in the Videos. The Game Mechanics, Controls, Driving Physics are anything but entry-level. The Bike does whatever it wants. As a Motorcyclist who has been knee-slipping at every Opportunity for the last 14 Years, I can rate this well. You get Kicked off the Buck in this Game. As a Biker, you know this Moment when you feel that the Rear is the same or the Front Wheel starts to slip slowly. This Game doesn't know. You'd be expecting Highsiders or downsiders and instead get odd Animations, being hurled through the Air or whatever. With the Keyboard I would classify this Game as almost unplayable/very much in need of getting used to. However, it is pretty much the only Game on the Market that wants to sell the TT Flair. In Career Mode you can also bring Fans to his Side through poor Results. The Design of the Motorcycle Combo resembles a 90s arcade game. Each Depp with some Coal Can have a custom-made motorcycle combination Made and own Design Requirements are taken into account. So far in this Game I have only seen one Station Wagon. This can be customized in 3 Places. The Helmet is also Predetermined. Especially as a big Guy Martin fan I Have to say that I don't have my Bike here. Clearly he announced last Year that he was quitting, but in my Eyes Guy Belongs to the TT as much as Ian Hutchinson or John McGuiness. It seems more like a beautiful Arcade Game. Behind the Name TT, I simply expect more. Tyre choice, Adaptation of the Bike (be It paint or technique), Brake choice, choice of chain or even "Tuning"-possibilities such as Adjustment of the Exhaust system, ECU Tuning, air filter selection (See RIDE 2) However, career fashion Must offer more Individualization Possibilities One is a TT-ler off the Mark. Handling the Bike is unfortunately poor and the whole Game seems very unfinished and naked. That's exactly how I would expect realistic Behavior when braking. The Bike wobble in the TT And here a rigid Two-wheeler moves, which is tilted from time to time to the Side, forward or backward. What remains positive? Beautifully converted landscapes and Tracks that simply make the Biker's Heart beat up. The Game conveys realistic Feeling for Speeds and ultimately it is imho the only TT game I know. However, the Developers should take a look at Ride 2 and take a Look into the Past for the "Tourist Trophy" (PS 2) and cut off one or the other Disc. Overall, I see a lot of Potential For Improvement
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