SBK 15 Official Mobile Game Review (Huawei P8 Lite): Lots of Content to Please Moto GP Fans, but Controls Feel Imprecise (Video)

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  • 27 Oct 2015
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  • SBK 15 Official Mobile Game is supposed to be a motorcycle racing simulator, a free title in the Play Store, that we played on the Huawei P8 Lite and had a bit of fun with it. This motor racing game comes from Digital Tales and sadly, in spite of having 9 control schemes, I had trouble with all of them.

    Graphics look quite nice, with each and every ride beautifully detailed, but physics of impact aren’t that good, especially when two bikes come into contact. You can also get a bonus race here, one that served as a promo for the latest Mission Impossible movie and let you be an agent that chases and surpasses the baddies. Back to the regular racing you’ll meet famous champions like Tom Sykes or Sylvain Guintoli on the track and ride against them or using their characters.

    Teams included here are the likes of Aprilia, Kawasaki, Honda, Ducatti, Suzuki and BMW. There are 13 superbike world championship rounds included and 24 riders, plus 14 teams and game modes are the following: Championship, Quick Race, Time Attack and a few more. Before each race you can set up the number of laps and difficulty, to adjust your play time and the level of frustration you’ll get.

    There’s also a Challenge mode that lets you pull a versus with friends, by the way. Once again the game felt very hard to me, especially on account of the controls, but that may be just me, since I suck at racing games. A lot of work was put into SBK 15 and its realism and real life teams, racers and bikes, so you’ve got to respect that. We give this game an 8.3 out of 10 and you can download it here.

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