Ride is a cross-platform motorcycle racing game that straddles the line between simulation and arcade racer.
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Pro Challenging gameplay that rewards the player for sticking with it and reaching higher levels
Even though Ride starts with simple, slow, and easy to maneuver bikes, newer and more powerful ones will be available to the player as they progress in the game. More powerful bikes are also more difficult to control, so as the player becomes better at the game, the new bikes become easier to drive.
Pro Gameplay can be kept fresh for a long time
Ride offers many customization features for both riders and bikes, which adds different flavors to the gameplay and help keep it fresh and engaging for a long time.
Pro More than 100 bikes available to choose from
Ride offers more than 100 bikes from the most well-known manufacturers to choose from.
Pro Multiple tracks available
Ride offers an extensive amount of racing tracks to choose from. These include multiple cities, countries, and historic bike racing tracks.
Con Too much hand-holding
For a game that pretends to be the Gran Turismo of bike racing, Ride does too much hand-holding. The initial bikes are slow and the AI is especially easy to race against. Most of the time it feels like the AI is letting the player win instead of trying to out-race you.