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RIDE 3

Feel the adrenaline and experience the most complete racing ever with RIDE 3! Immerse yourself in a modern 3D environment where you will compete side by side with your bike, modifying it mechanically and aesthetically thanks to the new Livery Editor, which will let your dreams run wild. Before starting, don't forget to customize your rider with the right outfit.Race on 30 different tracks all over the world and test out the speed of more than 230 bikes available. Discover the new Volumes career mode, which will give you maximum freedom of choice and the best bikes from the most famous manufacturers.What are you waiting for? Start your adventure with RIDE 3.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Here is my review as of 35 hrs. played:
- Love the bikes. Tons of fun riding.
- As a senior gamer, I was able to play only on lowest difficulty settings.
- You can upgrade parts on your bike, but it feels kind of generic.
- I have yet to win a "time trial" race or a race where I have to "pass" a certain number of riders. Impossible for me. This
means any race circuits that include these, those unlockable bikes for completion are unobtainable.
At the end, I enjoy the game a lot, but the "time trial" and "pass" races have soured me on buying any further dlc. Also, I have taken Ride 4 off my wish list.

Review from Steam

Ride 3 is everything Ride 4 should have been. Where Ride 4 was a by the numbers career racer where you visit locales and it tries to be something more akin to Moto GP (made by the same studio), Ride 3 feels like a more relaxed celebration of everything that is motorcycling. There's history bits for all the bikes, there are street races, the game just feels like it wants you to like it, and once you get away from the starter bikes and earning new ones, or using the free DLC ones, you'll find the game gets a lot better.
While it's not as beautiful as Ride 4, this game hits my itch for a Forza Horizon for motorcycles. Sadly, there's no open world, and sometimes it can be frustrating... but this is the most fun I've had in a motorcycle racer. Get it. The Difficulty slider even kinda works in this game, and you can turn off the dynamic difficulty increase if you don't like it.

Review from Steam

I have 40 plus years riding motorcycles, and I was a motorcycle mechanic. I can tell you right now this game has no resemblance to real life motorcycle riding. I have to wonder if anyone on the Milestone's team has ever ridden a motorcycle. The first person views in this game are so wildly exaggerated, that it almost causes you to become sick. The motorcycles in this game are not able to hold their line, and making even small turns seems to whip your bike 4 to 5 feet from side to side. The A.I. balance is nonexistent, to the point that the A.I. seems to always be in top gear and running at top speed, leaving you behind while you're still in the process of shifting from 1st to 2nd gear. Buy this with my warning, there is no real life experience to be gained; this is not a simulator, and it is extreme arcade.

Review from Steam

sick game but dlc 2 expensive and crashes when in livery editor

Review from Steam

I came in expecting Gran Turismo but motorcycles, and..honestly that's probably still the best comparison. I don't mean it in a bad way, though.
It does an extremely good job of adapting difficulty and there are numerous different driver aids you can turn on or off, and there's even bonuses for doing so. Even with everything on, you don't just stay glued to the saddle and you do need to learn the limits as you go. Every time I turned another one off or lowered a setting and still kept the bike in line, it really boosted my confidence and felt very satisfying.
The selection of bikes is varied and covers most of the well-known brands (Harley-Davidson is probably the most conspicuous absence) and covers models from different eras to boot. DLC adds a bunch more (some of which are best in class, which...booooo) and if you worry about if they'll all feel the same, they don't. Even within the same class, you'll quickly figure out which ones you can flick and which ones really zip around.
Honestly, the only criticism I have is that precise steering (particularly in the supermoto stages) can be a real struggle with a controller and does not in any way, shape, or form compare to leaning over on a real bike. That's less the game and more just the fact you can't just get a wheel and pedals equivalent for motorcycle games, but it's definitely a point to consider if you're new to motorcycle games.
TLDR: Game is very fun, lets you ride a ton of cool bikes from the last few decades, has excellent adaptive driver aids and difficulty, and even though it doesn't feel like actually riding, hitting an apex and coming out fast still feels downright incredible.

Review from Steam

memek

Review from Steam

10x better than ride4