SBK Generations Out Now

Xbox 360

Black Bean Games and Milestone are pleased to announce that SBK GENERATIONS, the official game of the eni FIM Superbike World Championship, is now available in stores.

SBK GENERATIONS is a huge experience set across four different seasons of the FIM Superbike World Championship. Starting in 2009, and ending with the current 2012 season, the game gives players the chance to pit the best teams of 2009 against the best teams of today in the largest SBK game of all time. It also features more than 220 riders, from the 1999 season right up until the present day, 141 teams and 60 bike models from across 10 manufacturers. Additionally, players have the chance to race Superstock and Supersport bikes and “cut their teeth” on the feeder series before entering the big league.

The heart of the game is the new SBK Experience, a unique and innovative game mode that will take the player into the world of motorcycling through exciting objective-specific challenges, and one-manufacturer races against the best riders in the world, legends included. The past, present and the future all converge to create a challenge that has never been seen before. Players will be able to challenge legendary champions such as “The King” Carl Fogarty, Troy Bayliss on his Ducati, Noriyuki “Samurai of Slide” Haga on his Ducati Xerox and the 2011 Champion Carlos Checa, all in the same race, something which has never happened in a real life SBK round.

It also features advancements and improvements to the propriety X Engine, which now gives players an even greater visual experience; a revamped career mode; more realistic weather effects; evolving track technology; real-time lightning dynamic range; improved Emotion FX character animations that look better than ever; and the usual high quality game handling and physics modelling.

Get ready for one last epic challenge.

Look out for our review very soon.

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