Super-Bikes Riding Challenge Screens

Super-Bikes Riding Challenge

Black Bean Games (Evolution GT people) have released some new screens of their PC and PS2 Racer Super-Bikes Riding Challenge which was announced back in April. Other than it looking good, and being due out “soon”, all we know at this point is that the game will absolutely have “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.” So sez the publisher, anyhow.

Super-Bikes Riding Challenge

More screens, and the full press-release, after the click.


Super-Bikes Riding Challenge

Super-Bikes Riding Challenge

Super-Bikes Riding Challenge

Can you guess which of these 1000RR screens isn’t a render from the game? I knew you could.

VARESE, ITALY – 19TH MAY 2006

Today Black Bean releases the latest batch of stunning screenshots for Super-Bikes Riding Challenge. From the acclaimed creators of the Superbike series Super-bikes: Riding Challenge really shines on both PlayStation 2 and PC raising the bar for all riding games on any format.

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! All the mayor bike manufactures, 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!

Milestone who developed the original Superbikes titles in the late 1990’s 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!

Super-bikes Riding Challenge is coming to PC’s and PlayStation 2’s soon!

Super-Bikes Riding Challenge

Super-Bikes Riding Challenge

Super-Bikes Riding Challenge

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