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RIDE 4

Are you ready to live the best gaming experience that a motorcycle fan can get? RIDE 4 will spark your competitive soul with hundreds of bikes, dozens of tracks and a whole new level of realism. Choose among hundreds of officially licensed bikes and ride on dozens of tracks all around the world, carefully designed with an extraordinary level of detail! Every asset has been created starting from CAD data, laser and 3D scanning to achieve precision down to the smallest detail and let you enjoy the best two-wheel racing experience ever. Jump into an amazing and dynamic adventure that interacts with your decisions and choose your own path from the regional events up to the professional leagues. Show your riding skills through challenging races, ability tests, track days and a huge set of events. You could even become an official tester for the most celebrated manufacturers!
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Fuck me mate, since this lock-down i have been doing 300 in school zones, The rozzers cant even catch me, Clipped a geazer yesterday and he did a couple back flips. would recommend for men in their 50s so they can escape their wives.

Review from Steam

Let's get the Dislikes out of the way first, as there aren't many.
1/ I'd rather not see 'Locked' items in the menu, making me think I've only purchased half the game. I'm 48, I'll get the add-ons I want.
2/ It'd be great if the electronic aids settings were auto-saved for each bike (TCS, etc).
3/ The MV F4's have a hideous high-pitched noise when off the throttle/braking.
4/ A choice of a single, high-powered RM or EM (if that's your thing), when running the game for the first time would be great. Though technically this is a Wish List thing.
That's it really. Some other very mild annoyances, but nothing significant.
Bottom line: There are enough rider aids & settings to cater to more or less any player. So, if you have any interest in motorcycles, racing (time trials etc) & gaming, then I cannot recommend this enough. A++
Already one of my favourite games of all time. Cheers!

Review from Steam

Wiggle that booty on the bike.
No not that way… If you’re used to car racing games, this game does take some time to getting used to. You need to steer into a corner earlier due to the body weight of the rider.
Pro’s:
* All bikes feel different.
* Good handling (once used to it).
* There are a lot of Bikes.
* Customization is decent.
* Can make own liveries or download.
* Can go quite deep into tuning of the bikes.
Con’s:
* Lack of tracks/circuits.
* AI rather bad it’s not aware you exist.
* Difficulty level is not consistent, it can swing heavily both ways.
Overall it’s a fun and the handling feel solid, it takes however some time to get used to it.
The AI really needs fine tuning. You’ll also end up racing a lot on the same tracks/circuits, would be nice with more.
Rate this 7.5/10 – Wait for sale.

Review from Steam

Good
* There are sportbikes
Bad
* No weapons to kill the terrible AI with

Review from Steam

Very good simulation game. Would be better if the nordschleiffe was more realistic. Also please include multiplayer endurance racing....we want pitstops and fuel tactics maann

Review from Steam

As someone that actually races motorcycles at the track, I have to say that the beginning time playing this game is rather frustrating. The game is EXTREMELY slow transitioning for turns and the braking is like it's constantly fading. I even turned on aides to see when the game suggested I brake and it takes even longer than the game suggests. The AI seem to have much better transitions and braking making it REALLY hard to get a feel for the game and enjoy it.
The reviews for this game are REALLY good however, so I'm guessing once you get better parts it'll feel more like a real bike does but I did want to point this flaw out in case you actually race bikes and are disappointed at first. Especially those slow transitions...they are just brutal. If I took that long to set up and execute turns, I'd be in the hospital every day I rode; it's that frustrating.
edit: Finally figured out how to upgrade parts and it DOES feel more accurate. Braking is still weak compared to what I'm used to but close enough for a game. I finally figured out my main issue though and it's lack of precision control using a controller. I noticed on controllers I oversteer instead of smooth movements so I'm guessing part of the problem is actually ME not being able to smoothly use the thumbsticks which you need to do in this game. I'll update the review if I'm ever able to improve.

Review from Steam

I am fat