CGO heeft een review geplaatst van Superbike World Championship. Hier is wat stuff:
In all honesty, this game doesn't strike you with a dazzling first impression. The gods, as they say, live in the details, and this game does tend to sneak up on you as you play. Take the graphics engine for instance. The tracks are nicely done, but are barely on par with current F1 sims. It's when you take a really close look at the detailing on the bikes and riders that you notice. It goes from the fanatical detailing on the bikes to the riders' personalized helmets and leathers. The default "helmet cam" view takes a little getting used to, but it authentically imitates the view through the rider's eyes as he moves around the bike. The biggest problem is the typical lack of peripheral vision. While there is a "glance back" feature, glancing slightly to either side is impractical at best. Much too often you'll find yourself battling over a corner side-by-side with another rider with no idea how much clearance you have or if you're being cut off.
Overall, the audio is acceptable but weak. The game does an excellent job of trying to capture the distinct character of each motorcycle's engine, from the Ducati's loping gait to the Kawasaki's frentic wail. The problem is that they sound very synthesized, creating a distinctly cartoonish quality. One thing that motorcyclists will quickly note is the lack of roaring wind noise in the rider's helmet. This makes it much more difficult to intuitively sense your speed around the track.
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