Ever dreamt of racing the TT, only to discover you’re lacking the necessary, girnomous set of cahonas? Not just me then. The TT has forever been a well-rounded event, as fulfilling to watch as is it to participate, and now both perspectives are being blurred out, thanks to the TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 game. Featuring lifelike graphics of the entire 60.72km mountain course, plus 27 official TT riders and 13 genuinely good machines to pick up from, this second-gen game is nothing short of spectacular as we have discovered since the lockdown hit us.
If you’re familiar with the first iteration, you know this no two-bit stab in the dark. The game is a major improvement and there are additionally 17 road race courses to hone your skills on, plus an expansive proving ground and rewarding challenges to go with it. Machines and components now fatigue over time and there’s also the scope to spec up your bike with tuned motors, chassis, suspension brakes and so on.