Xbox One

RIDE 2

10 critics
7.05
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Score Distribution

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Jaz RignallFeb 28, 2017
Featuring an impressive roster of bikes and tracks, and a broad spectrum of events to participate in, Ride 2 starts out being a bit of a grind, but eventually becomes a very entertaining racing game. Its action might be a little too hardcore to appeal to anyone other than a real motorcycle fan, but if that's you, definitely check it out.
John RobertsonFeb 24, 2017
Ride 2 is an exciting proposition that bundles the promises of aspirational game design with the raw power and fun associated with motorbikes. Unfortunately, those promises are broken and the resulting game falls flat. Unless you're so enamoured with two-wheeled machines that you simply can't help but pick yourself up a copy, you should wait for a new contender to try its hand at delivering a biking game of this scope.
TAYLOS
The game looks incredible, but they could definitely add more polish. There were a few "jaggies" and shadows that were hard to ignore and the loading times were annoying but overall, the game looks better than half of what's currently on the market and has so much to offer. Ride 2 caters to fans of motorcycles and is sure to keep racing fans coming back for more.
8.00
Shane JuryNov 07, 2016
A worthy purchase option for serious motorcycle fans, and a cautionary tale for curious onlookers, Ride 2 succeeds in establishing itself in the racing space, with authentic track and bike design, a vast array of play styles and options, and a key online support to boost longevity.
Sam BishopOct 10, 2016
The lack of tutorials or explanation can make starting your Ride 2 experience quite confusing and frustrating, especially for new players, and there were minor graphical issues like jagged edges of shadows, however, for the most part Ride 2 is an excellent racing experience with a ton of detail that will interest not only fans of motorcycles but also those who have everything to learn.
Sergio MartínOct 12, 2016
Milestone sigue demostrando que le encanta realizar juegos de velocidad. En este caso le ha llegado el turno a la segunda parte de Ride, juego que mejora sustancialmente lo mostrado en el primer título de la franquicia, lo cual tampoco era muy difícil. Y el resultado es un simulador bastante completo que puede mantenernos entretenidos durante mucho tiempo, al menos si logramos pasar por alto su falta de brillo técnico, algo que un género como el de la velocidad pasa factura.
Sergio C. GonzálezOct 18, 2016
Ride 2 es, de largo, un mejor juego que su antecesor. Todo fan del motociclismo encontrará aquí un producto más que gratificante, que alcanza el notable pero que no se atreve a llegar a más por una serie d elimitaciones técnicas y de variedad de escenarios que nos hacen preguntarnos de qué habría sido capaz Mielstone con más tiempo y presupuesto en el desarrollo.
Ayden_Nov 08, 2016
Supérieur à son ainé et bâti sur un contenu solide, il devrait ravir les amateurs des deux-roues sans froisser celles et ceux qui espèrent, un jour, découvrir la simulation ultime. S'il est indéniable que Milestone a encore du boulot, notamment au niveau de l'intelligence artificielle et des collisions, le studio est indéniablement sur la bonne voie.
Damien GreffetNov 03, 2016
RIDE 2 reste dans la droite ligne de son prédécesseur, à savoir un jeu bourré de contenu et de qualités, mais amplement gâché par des problèmes techniques et un recours abusif au DLC. Si les améliorations sont visibles sur de nombreux points par rapport au premier RIDE, le jeu est encore loin de pouvoir prétendre à être le nouveau Tourist Trophy, à cause de ces nombreux problèmes.
Kim OrremarkOct 25, 2016
Bara i år har Milestone lyckats få ur sig Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo, MXGP2, Valentino Rossi: The Game och nu Ride 2. Det är många spel med olika former av motorsport på väldigt kort tid och då speciellt Valentino Rossi-spelet behandlar exakt samma sport (med flera) som Ride 2 känns det lite märkligt och blanda ut sina varumärken på detta sätt istället för att fokusera på att göra ett riktigt, riktigt bra spel istället.