You may be familiar with TT Isle of Man or you may not, but this annual motorcycle sport event has been going on for more than a century now and it's getting its own official game. We have a bunch of videos of the PC version inside, along with our verdict and the usual +/- section you've now become accustomed to. Enjoy!
Back when we first saw the game in August 2017, we had good reasons to be worried. At the time, there were serious issues with the controls and the physics engine, and knowing that the game was originally planned for a late 2017 release, it was not looking good. Now that we've played the soon to be final PC version (console versions are out today but PC players will have to wait until March 27), we can say developer Kylotonn has done a tremendous job. Our only concern is that the current review build of the game suffers from random crashes, which can be pretty frustrating when you're in the middle of a 20-minute race. There is still time to fix this before release, and as far as we know, it's not a problem on consoles, but we sincerely hope it will get sorted out in time. Aside from that, there are still a few things you could objectively complain about, like the lack of tracks (though the game is about learning to master those that are available, and believe, it will take time and efforts), the absence of rain (because the TT Isle of Man race never takes place in the wet) and a few other things, but BigBen Interactive's title is all about the crazy sense of speed and all the tension the bikers feel during the real event. And clearly, that's something they have nailed big time.