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This game is awsome. If the simulation mode is on you can break loose with too much throttle in a corner and lowside, if you are on the breaks too hard in the strights it will get squirrly and in the curves, it will wash out. If you have a good line through a curve, on the exit the game will "reward" you with a wheelie. I really like this game, very easy to learn on the normal stage with auto shift and simulation off. When/if you get real good at it you can race hard with a manual tranny and simulation on, very tough. I have spent so much time on that game, now I am going to get in trouble for not getting anything done.

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Oh well, she'll understand. <img src=http://www.ezboard.com/intl/aenglish/images/emoticons/laugh.gif ALT=":lol">

Hello, My name is OutsiderZX12R, and I am a ZX-12R.org addict.</p>
 

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That's what I was playing before I got the bike, way cool. Pretty damn hard in the simulation mode ( for me at least). Try it in the rain for real fun. Hell, I was amused just watching the replays. There's a new one coming out called Riding Spirits which looks even better as you can get a Kawa. I ordered it, you know, for the kids <img src=http://www.ezboard.com/intl/aenglish/images/emoticons/smile.gif ALT=":)"> These are PS2 games. Nebraska might have the PC version of Moto GP though.

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2001 Dodge 3500 CTD making 450 RWHP on #2 alone. 2002 blue ZX-12R, stock, but not for long. I am my own warranty station. </p>
 

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Yep, this is a PSII game, real fun. I am also looking forward for Riding Spirits. It is tough to control the bikes, I find myself all lean or no lean, same with throttle and brakes. I am slowly getting better at my lean angles and intrance/exit speeds without wiping out from wheel spin.

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