TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge welcomes you to the most famous motorbike race of all time: Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy). No other motorcycle race is as challenging or revered as the Isle of Man. Held on 38 miles of treacherous track - with a seemingly never-ending series of bends, bumps and jumps - the infamous race features 264 turns and is longer and more difficult than all other MotoGP™ tracks put together! Test your stamina and skill as you risk it all for a chance to have your name inscribed in history as winner of the most daring race in the world!
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THE ISLE OF MAN PERFECTLY REPRODUCED - Meticulously detailed Mountain Course replicated with each stretch and bend of the circuit.
OFFICIAL RIDERS AND THEIR SUPER-POWERED BIKES - 24 riders, 38 bikes, and sidecars rocketing along village and mountain roads at 200 mph.
TRUE SENSATIONS OF RIDING - Accurate bike physics as confirmed by famed TT riders.
REALISTIC ROAD RACING TECHNIQUES - Accurately represents the uniqueness and the challenge of the motorcycling discipline.
CAREER MODE INSPIRED FROM TT - Training and qualifying rounds on 10 different tracks, and a garage for managing and fine-tuning bikes.
CHALLENGE FRIENDS ONLINE - Play with up to 8 other people to prove you've got what it takes to win the trophy.
TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge is rated
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Rated 1 out of
Moss family from
Older gamer here..It was horrible....sound graphics too. Tge spectators on the side of the road look like 1990s gran truism 1
Date published: 2019-06-08
Rated 4 out of
Blayke P from
Fast and ChallengingThis is a refreshing bike game that places a lot of emphasis on technique and finesse with more sim-style handling. However it’s still fairly approachable on the easier rider settings.
The AI is decent, I’ve been running on medium and difficult settings and generally having a good time. Someone who is properly good at riding games may want more of a challenge. I haven’t played online yet.
The game allows you to jump right in and play on all of the tracks and bikes right away and the main progression lies solely in the career. I haven’t spent too much time on it but it follows a solid career structure that gives you some basic choices of what races to do and when. The inbox system in career is not super intuitive, but you get used to it fast.
Bikes are nicely detailed, and you get a handful of race bikes that have run the infamous course. The bikes are all minutely different from one another (even those of the same make/model) and have their own quirks to learn. It’s much easier to get your feet wet in supersport and work your way up to the super bikes unless you already know what you’re doing. They both feel satisfying but the superbikes have an unreal sense of speed and power.
Track selection is solid. You have a number of different locales to learn but of course the standout is the Isle of Man. The other tracks are nice and visuals are decent, but only a couple of them are memorable.
The best part about the game is really learning the rhythm and daring yourself to go a little bit faster each time. It’s satisfying to fly through a section with the incredible sense of speed, just barely keeping it on the road.
The worst part is in the limited amount of content. Career mode has you running a bunch of very similar races over and over again to try and improve your riding, but it all drags on pretty similarly now. I’ve only played a few hours and my focus is almost entirely just conquering the TT course. Not to say I couldn’t be better at the other courses or that they don’t challenge me, I just think the TT course has the most variety and challenge over all the others and everything else feels just a bit bland.
I can’t compare it to other riding games in this console generation but it feels like a great game with a great challenge at hand: Push the Limits. And it plays really well to that end. It’s beginner friendly but gives you plenty to learn and try out. At least give it a shot if you wanna go fast on two wheels.
And the crash physics seem like an afterthought, much like this last line. It’s a shame since I’ve personally done so much crashing in the game. It can create some hilariously unrealistic moments, but doesn’t detract from the gameplay too much otherwise.
Date published: 2018-09-24
Rated 4 out of
Thrilling!! On the edge of your seat action!Few minor corrections would make this game amazing! First, the IOM TT needs side car option and make the crashes more realistic. Explosions, destruction RIP etc. And add more circuits!
Date published: 2018-06-24
Rated 1 out of
Horrible, not close to being goodI bought this game a week ago and I'm so unhappy with it. Graphics are juevenile.
Date published: 2018-06-09
Rated 3 out of
Great graphics and the only Isle of Man TT game.I got this game because I’m a HUGE Isle of Man TT fan. The graphics on my standard PS4 are quite good. So far it is a fun game to play, but has some strange bike handling that is holding it back. Then main issue is the handling on corner entry. The bike will often unexpectedly go sideways when your laying it into to corner even it your coasting (off throttle/brakes). This always ends with a crash and happens even when your not pushing very hard. Hopefully this will be fixed with future updates. Another knock on the game is there is no bike adjustments or hop ups available. Even the original TT game on PS2 had a ton of adjustments that could be made to change the handling and performance.
Date published: 2018-06-02
Rated 4 out of
Awesome gameI pre order the game and it's awesome. They can improve on some things. I think people are a little harsh on them. Im sure they will improve
Date published: 2018-03-10
Rated 1 out of
AI is terribleThis is not worth the price. Not enough content and the AI is terrible. Wait to see if they fix it but I won’t get suckered again. I had high hopes. Big disappointment