How would you like to win a PS2 and a copy of Superbike World Championship 2007? Or, how about a PSP and a copy of Superbike World Championship 2007? Well, it's your lucky day because we've team up with tgrav.com to give away crotch-rocket delights.
Developed by Milestone, Superbike World Championship 2007 is a most definitely a sim with official teams, riders and tracks the dressing on a hardcore racing game. The physics are impressive and the handling great, and there's enough game modes in it to keep you going for ages. During a recent hands-on a couple of modes particularly stood out, Race Weekend and Championship. Race Weekend lets you experience a whole race weekend, including free practice and qualifying sessions.
Another thing that impressed is the way rider position is so important. Like in real-life, if you put the power down when exiting a corner and haven't got your rider over the front wheel, you're going to pop a wheelie, it's just as important when slowing down, as the way you position your rider massively affects your braking.
Milestone has put in a lot of effort to make Superbike World Championship 2007 better than its last Superbike game, and for us the most important feature (apart from the official license) is the fact that there can now be up to 22 bikes on screen at any one time. Compare this to around only seven riders that were on track at any one time in the developer's last game and you can see why it stands out.
The MotoGP series took the sport to the mass market and Superbike World Championship 2007 now wants a slice of that pie and has pulled out all the stops to give it a run for its money.
Right, on to the prizes. We have two bundles to win. One is a PS2 and a copy of Superbike World Championship 2007 (on PS2 obviously), while the other is a PSP and a copy of Superbike World Championship 2007 (on PSP obviously). Click on the appropriate link below to take you to your desired competition and prize - you're quite free to enter both of course.