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There is nothing groundbreaking in this game, but what is here is done well and adds to the general gameplay. Overall this is a fun game that takes some time and patience to get the hang of and, when achieved, offers a true sense of accomplishment which is why I give Castrol Honda Superbike a score of 84.
Au final Castrol Honda est un titre moyen qui aurait bénéficié d'une meilleure note si l'impression de vitesse était mieux gérée à bas régime car à 90 km/h en courbe on a plutôt la sensation d'avancer à 30.
This game is by far the best of its type on the market at the moment, but it could have been a classic if all of the glitches had been ironed out... Roll on Castrol Honda Superbikes 2
One thing in Castrol’s favour is its control. Though far from the realism we would hope for, it gives your Dual Shock pad an excellent workout due to its well implemented use of both sticks. The further you press the left stick, the further your little rider leans over and cocks his knee out, and together with analogue acceleration you get quite a good impression of high-powered motorbiking. Without some decent physics or a few lovely tracks though, the game sputters to a halt before the first bend.
As you can tell, this game did not excite me in any way. OK, I liked the crashes and the bike and racer models. But that's it. I can honestly say that anyone who wants to experience a fun motorcycle game can play Motoracer 1 or 2 and have way more fun. Way more fun. Period. Don't even rent this unless every single other game has been rented in every single surrounding county. In fact, you're better off watching old Speed Racer cartoons for a sense of driving goodness than by playing Superbike.