20 Games Like Superbike World Championship()
The first motocross game on PlayStation, VMX Racing features eight 125cc and 250cc bikes competing in four single-player circuits: Enduro, National, Supercross, and Full. After selecting a bike, each individually rated in acceleration, braking, throttle, and speed, you'll compete on one of six courses against seven computer-controlled riders.
Earn points by performing an assortment of stunts or by achieving a first-place finish. VMX Racing also includes head-to-head racing against a friend on either a horizontal or vertical split-screen display.
All Terrain, All Vehicles, All You! MX vs ATV All Out is the complete off-road racing and lifestyle experience! Find your Rider Style at your private compound, Free Ride across massive environments, and compete in the best series events!
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If the prospect of being a real motocross racer has always been overshadowed by the unfortunate reality of the broken bones and poor financial compensation, you'll love the realistic action of CASTROL HONDA SUPERBIKE WORLD CHAMPIONS. Hop on the Honda RVF-RC45 and set out to win the championship. Three modes of play Championship, Practice, and Trainer allow you to delve into all aspects of this underrated sport, and variable difficulty levels let motocross maniacs of all skill levels get into the action. Play alone or take on up to five friends via the Internet.
Based on the immensely popular sport of Grand Prix Motorcycle racing, MotoGP is an ultra-realistic bike racer for the Xbox which puts you, the player, behind the handle-bars of some of the meanest, fastest, most thrilling machines on two-wheels. With a variety of innovative gameplay elements, supported by amazing graphics and revolutionary technical features, MotoGP brings the perfect mix of speed, style, bravery and technology to your Xbox console.
Riding a dirt bike you must complete the stages within a time limit. There are 5 skills sections on tough mountain terrain, and 4 relatively smooth time trials. Hazards such as sand dunes, logs, rocks and gullies are out to stop you. You'll have to wheelie to clear the rocks and before hitting jumps, angling the bike so as to aim for the same slope as the land, and make sure to land on the back wheel to avoid falling. Any infraction loses you one of your bikes - you start with 3 but get a new one after successfully completing a stage.
Monster Trucks offers nine rugged off-roaders with which to race across jagged, imposing terrains. Not the only game to twist the racing genre to this end, but as you'd expect from Psygnosis, the quality of presentation is head and shoulders above the rest.
There are two types of courses; circuits offer demanding hilly terrains which can easily trash the vehicle and must be learned intimately. Endurance courses offer greater freedom, with the aim of finding the best route to link eight dispersed checkpoints.
To avoid any disorientation, arrows guide you to the next marker. Each area, be it snowy or volcanic, has characteristic features and hazards, yet this doesn't stop a repetitive feel developing. The third option is a fun mode, and one you might expect from the developer of Destruction Derby. Players have sixty seconds to take their truck on a car smashing spree.
The player controls a motorcyclist and must try to win races on various terrain and settings. Each motorcycle in the game handles differently with some performing better on paved roads and others working better on rougher terrain.
There are a number of different modes: Grand Prix (GP), Motocross, and Traffic. GP takes place at a number of different locations across the world on paved tracks in places such as San Francisco and Russia. The paved tracks require the player to learn how to effectively use their brakes around corners. The GP courses contain small differences between them, giving more variety to the courses in the game. Motocross requires the player to drive on off-road terrain and to master the act of "powersliding" on corners. The courses found in Motocross races are less hospitable and often take place in arid and unkept locales and with obstacles. Traffic mixes both GP and Motocross, having mixed pavement courses and traffic on roads that serve as obstacles.
Build and expand your repair service empire in this incredibly detailed and highly realistic simulation game, where attention to car detail is astonishing. Find classic, unique cars in the new Barn Find module and Junkyard module. You can even add your self-made car in the Car Editor.
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F1 World Grand Prix: 1999 Season from Eidos Interactive is a Formula One racing game that is based on the 1999 world championship racing event. The game puts you in the seat of the 22nd participant in the races. You are given a firsthand view of the challenging competition that real racers face every day.
The game features full FOA support so all 11 of the real teams and 22 drivers are included. Each car is also modeled accurately from its real counterpart, down to its smallest details. The developers in fact insist that if you are able to drive well, your lap times for the different circuits should be very similar to the real ones from the 1999 season. The tracks are also replicated from the immediate area surrounding it, to the areas well beyond the normal scope of a racing game.
The object is to win all the major international races on the Formula One circuit. The game can be played by either one, two or even three players (Battle Mode-only) simultaneously. Various modes of racing include: regular season, battle (which is similar to exhibition or single race mode in other Formula One video games), and the time trial mode which tests how fast a player can drive his or her race car on any of the world's premier road courses. Only the vehicles from the 1994 season are used. Michael Schumacher and Satoru Nakajima are the most popular racers in this video game, even though Nakajima is a hidden character.
A Formula One licensed racing game for the PC Engine and the second game in Nichibutsu's F1 Circus series.
F1 Circus '91 is a top-down Formula One racing game with a strong simulation element. Players kit out their vehicle, take on various prominent Formula One competitors of the era in races that track the vehicle's damage and fuel. Due to the high speeds involved, players need to pay attention to flashing icons that indicate turns coming up in the road.
The game followed 1990's F1 Circus and was followed by 1992's F1 Circus '92. The series would then move to the Super Famicom as Super F1 Circus.
Supercross 3D brings the excitement of arena supercross racing to the Jaguar. Not only do you get to race ahead of your competitors, you can catch big air on the huge jumps and perform a few tricks.
There are three game modes: Practice, Single Race, and Tournament. In practice mode, you can race around any track for as long as you like. In single race mode, you compete in one race against the computer. Finally, in tournament mode, you compete in a series of races to accumulate points and become the Supercross champion.
Trackmania² Lagoon has you racing on raised tracks above a tropical island filled with insane activities.
It comes with a FREE Trackmania multiplayer channel, an exclusive solo campaign, a new game mode and a world of possibilities in UGC.
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Get in the saddle and ride in this great motorbike racing game! Choose from a variety of powerful bikes (including Enduro and Road Bikes) and race against some extremely tough opponents! Ride as fast as you can to the sound of stirring biking music - but ride to win! Great graphics, a variety of bikes, and addictive arcade action combine to make this a mega playable racing game!
Castrol Honda Superbike Racing is a simulation-style racing game featuring the Honda RVF-RC45 motorbike and 14 real-world venues. Adjust your bike's gear-ratio settings, transmission, and tire composition before competing against seven computer-controlled riders in either a single race or a 13-event tournament. Individual practice and training sessions allow you to learn each track's layout and optimal racing lines prior to the event. View the action from a first-person perspective behind the bike's handlebars or from a third-person vantage point. Six difficulty levels and various other customization settings let you determine the degree of realism on each course. You can also challenge a friend to a head-to-head race via split-screen display.