- Platform: PlayStation 4
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Motorcycle Club (PS4)
- Pick from 22 bikes faithfully modeled after the most prestigious names in racing including Kawasaki, BMW, Yamaha, Suzuki, and more
- Switch between bikes and members of your club at any time during the races
- Take part in a championship between clubs, unlock new bikes in sponsored events and face rival clubs
- Earn money and buy new vehicles
- Customize your club with riders, emblems, helmets, and more
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Take to the streets and select from 22 of the most famous bikes in the word: BMW, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki and Yamaha. Make full use of each bikes strengths by switching from one biker to another in real time. Create your own club, recruit new members and rise through the ranks as you earn new skills. Gain experience and earn money on the tracks to upgrade your bike or buy new ones. Challenge your friends online and show everyone whose motorcycle club is best.
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Maximum Games is noteworthy for publishing Euro-developed titles that would usually not see the light of day on U.S. shores (Rugby 15 is another game they are bringing here later in February). For $30 (this game actually retails at a full $60 overseas) it's worth a play through if you like this type of stuff.
The most unique aspect is that you are always bringing three types of bikes to every race. A standard racing motorcycle, a superbike and a custom. During the race you can instantly swap out one bike for the other dependent on track conditions (so if you all of a sudden hit some rough, potholed road, you can hit the trigger and switch over to the custom model, which handles much better and can maintain speed on rougher patches). Honestly, during races, I basically switched between the superbike and custom bike.
Races are scored in two ways, merely finishing first and also doing it in style. Style points are granted for holding a top speed for a long time, doing wheelies, hitting jumps and going through special markers on the road. You can combine these (do a wheelie at a top speed through a marker, then hit a jump...) for bigger scores. I found the races pretty easy to win, so it was nice to be able to concentrate on maxing out style points while I circled around the track. I almost feel like the game compensated for stupid AI by forcing you to fiddle around with style points to ensure you gold medal your races.
All told there are 119 races you'll need to run in tournament mode if you want to complete the game, but you can unlock the final tournament in less than 70 races (according to one of the trophies you can earn). I've blown through the first five circuits with ease, so I can't speak for the difficulty in the next five circuits, but it's been incredibly easy so far. It doesn't appear that the AI can switch bikes, so on tracks with a lot of rough, bumpy sections, you'll usually scream past all the AI racers who can't switch to a custom.
The game forces you to do a set of time trial challenges with new bikes so you have the opportunity to unlock them with in-game credits. These are fairly easy but can be a tad annoying. Here you're only racing with the specific bike, so when you hit a rough spot on the track, you basically slow to a crawl. You also have to race three laps no matter what, even if you beat the challenge time in the first two laps.
Multiplayer is essentially non-existent. I have a feeling that people who got the Plat trophy in this game held their own personal boosting sessions. I've sat on the public match screen for an hour and nobody joined a game. The game allows for four-person races, and seems to throw in four or five extra AI bikes (at least according to the race setup screen) on each multiplayer race. Good luck getting into a game, though...
Graphics are barely passable for current-gen, this is basically a mediocre looking ps3 game with just a bit of added varnish on it.
Overall, there is probably just enough value if you like fairly mindless and easy arcade racers. It's a fairly relaxing game to play and the trophy list (sans multiplayer) is easy enough to knock out in a few days. I still had fun racing and compiling combos and I'll give the developers credit for trying some new ideas with a relatively weak core.