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'Super-Bikes: Riding Challenge' (PS2/PC) Announced - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on April 4, 2006 @ 10:12 a.m. PDT

Today Black Bean announces the latest addition to its product portfolio, Super-Bikes: Riding Challenge. Milstone, the creators of the Superbike series, are back and bringing with them the most realistic and in depth riding simulation to the PS2 and PC.

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Today Black Bean announces the latest addition to its rapidly expanding product portfolio, Super-Bikes: Riding Challenge from the acclaimed creators of the Superbike series. The team behind Superbike are back and bringing with them the most realistic and in depth riding simulation to the PS2 and PC.

Super-Bikes has it all, with cutting edge physics, total control over rider movement and immersive gameplay that puts you right in the seat of some of the most powerful bikes on the planet. Super-bikes has something to offer all racing fans! Intense rivalries and superior AI make the game both challenging and rewarding while the graphics, animation and sheer attention to detail make Super-bikes a visual feast!

"The experience presented in Super-bikes is so close to the real thing that you can almost smell the tarmac… Most people only dream of riding a superbike now the chance will be available to all!" said Marco Minoli of Black Bean. "It is very exciting to be working with a team who have such a pedigree in motorcycle games and it was clear from a very early stage that Super-bikes was something different and incredibly special"

Milestone who developed the original Superbikes titles in the late 1990s have been working hard to create a game that challenges at all levels. With a huge level of customisation to allow riders of all levels a chance to feel that overwhelming sense of achievement as they cross the line in first position!

To date Superbike is still considered the best riding simulation ever created.

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