Only Crescent Suzuki Racing: Superbikes and Super Sidecars puts you in control of dozens of the meanest superbikes and sidecars on the international circuit, including the GSX-R1000 of British Superbike rider John Reynolds and the fearsome Super sidecar of 2003 world champion Steve Webster. Chicanes, gravel traps and other hazards await you across many amazing race tracks and the ruthless skill of your computer opponents is sure to test your racing technique to the limit. An exciting two-player mode lets you and a friend go head-to-head on every circuit in the game, and even race superbikes and sidecars against each other in the ultimate grudge match!
No sound, graphics look dated, when I crashed into another rider it literally stopped the game. The timer kept going, but there was no bike to control and nothing happening. When I tried to slow down into the curve the first time, the bike suddenly stopped and the timer kept going. Too buggy to invest any time into.
A motorcycle sport game that pushes the boundaries of sport action, combines it with awing graphics and teaches the distinction between acceleration and brake through a painful maze of courses. The graphics area unit excellent, and though they'll not have the photo-realistic quality and poly-count of EA's Superbike 2000, they need a method of their own. They strike a cord in me additional of the SEGA arcade games (electric blue air, light sandy beaches), or the requirement for Speed series' diversity in tracks.
Crescent Suzuki Racing is a Superbike racing game with lots of content and polished controls. All the superbikes handle in semi-arcade fashion and provide immaculate fun experience. There is a decent amount of learning curve here as for a newcomer, handling a bike around corners is a skill and require perfect timing and practice. Animations, superbikes and environments are all very well done. Graphics are a little old but still quite serviceable Game features fairly large number of tracks and lots of bikes which can be played both in Solo mode and Head to Head mode with a friend. If you are low on cash and want some Superbike racing action Crescent Suzuki Racing is a right choice for you.
If you love motorcycles, arcade gameplay and a simple graphics, buy this game. It is very difficult to play, speed up, slow down and bends. It has many options, you can play tournaments and time trials. And we return to the charts, compared with NES or SNES, is vastly superior, but compared to the PS1, we have a tie. If you like racing and want to play you got at the moment this is a great option.
This is a nice motorcycle game, it has great game play but the graphics aren't too great. There are a variety of tracks and bikes to choose from and play with in the game. The game its a pretty decent motorcycle game since there are not a whole lot of them are made. It's worth the price if you are a motorcycle fan or a racing fan in general you can't go wrong with the cheap price.
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