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GP Bikes beta18c available! :)

Bike SIM Experience - new motorcycle game?

Started by KG_03, September 14, 2017, 09:01:36 PM

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Quote from: Tosteetos on November 23, 2018, 07:10:50 PM
They need to remodel those tires, they look seriously out of proportion. Weird, balloonish like.
the models look fine, texture look shit


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Hmm, Unity doesn't seem so bad ...

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March 16, 2019, 12:18:23 PM #139 Last Edit: April 06, 2019, 06:15:04 PM by Myst1cPrun3
I personally am really looking forward to this release. I love GPB, and it's attitude to the sim market, and quite frankly, any new bike sim is welcome in my library.
Compared to BSE's first gameplay, this is looking very similar to how a real world bike would handle, from the replays at least



Also I did notice that the oil light was on.. When I asked about this on their FB they just sent me a GIF of someone pouring oil over an engine XD. I'm guessing that their response could mean there's a semblance of bike maintenance and oil changes, like in the ride series. Especially since they've gone to the effort to texture the light being on as opposed to greyed out lol


Trailbraking looks mint, I'm really looking forward to get my hands on this. Also, the sound seems to be amazing (blibber simulation etc)


Uh........sorry not impresed at all as it looks bland and the FOV was terrible.

Im sticking with GPB lol

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Quote from: doubledragoncc on March 16, 2019, 05:15:54 PM
Uh........sorry not impresed at all as it looks bland and the FOV was terrible.

Im sticking with GPB lol

Looks bland?  Did you look at the m2 cockpit? Nough said me thinks.
As for the FOV, it will be adjustable like in GPB im sure.
I think you are jumping too early conlusions DD.


Like i said some years back, unless something is going to be done about certain issues, lack of promotion and content...someone is going to come along and take everything GP Bikes does, improve on it and make GPB obsolete. Noone listened and look where we are now  :-X


March 16, 2019, 07:25:57 PM #147 Last Edit: March 16, 2019, 07:28:11 PM by Myst1cPrun3
Quote from: doubledragoncc on March 16, 2019, 05:15:54 PM
Uh........sorry not impresed at all as it looks bland and the FOV was terrible.

Im sticking with GPB lol


Looks Ok to me, and as this is a replay camera the FOV is close to realistic, and as a matter of fact it looks quite close to GPB's own Tank Cameras in terms of FOV, (albeit not gyroscopic)
As for being bland, the colours seem alright to me, and again fairly similar to some mods in GPB that are regarded as high quality. (Thinking Mugello). It does seem however that there are a lack of little details and I can see where the bland comment comes from in the sense there's not much else happening, the track seems almost deserted, no pit crews/board/marshals etc.

I ain't gonna knock it until I played it, may turn out to be crap, or revolutionary. Time will tell, but more bike sims bringing light to the little genre can't be a bad thing, providing its done right with friendly competition and all.


March 17, 2019, 06:35:15 PM #148 Last Edit: March 17, 2019, 06:41:35 PM by Tosteetos
I am -So- glad there is, what appears to be, a game developer who is truly serious about the genre. IF you are a true motorcycle enthusiast you will really welcome the entrance of this new player.  I am very impressed by the amount of work these people have put forth on developing and delivering this software in such a short amount of time. The amount of polish, the sound (holy shit that sound!), the way the bike appears to behaves entering the corners, coming out of corners, (at least in video) it all exudes seriousness.

I cannot wait to get my hands on this thing. Here's an onboard video of Niccolo Canepa on his R1. This thing apPears to be on point! 



Couldn't agree more. It looks great.


Here's misano so you can get a direct comparison, albeit with a different dash layout