PC - Windows
TT Isle Of Man: Ride on the Edge
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About this game
Content Rating: Early childhood
The titular event, Isle of Man TT Race (known as Isle of Man TT Festival from 1989 onwards) is one of the most prestigious motorcycle circuits, taking place annually from 1907 on the Isle of Man, a self-governing dependency between Ireland and Great Britain. Between 1949 and 1976 the event was a part of FIM Motor-cycle Grand Prix World Championship, known as the World Series of motorcycle racing. As a result of the controversies regarding the safety of the event, the Isle of Man series had been removed from the championship schedule, retaining its fame as one of the most dangerous cyclical sport events that is notorious for taking the lives of 251 participants throughout its duration.
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- OS: Windows® 7 64bits
- Processor: Intel Core i3-2100 3.10 GHz / AMD Phenom II X2 550 3.1GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 650 2 GB / AMD Radeon™ HD 7770 2 GB
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 20 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard
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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.
It is clear that, despite its shortcomings, we are looking at one of the most carefully crafted games in the motorcycling world. It delivers all the excitement of the legendary track. If you're a passionate motorbike racing fan, this is the game you have to try on your console or PC.
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. This may be reason enough in itself for motorcycle enthusiasts to give it a try, especially since there's an on-going shortage of this type of racer.