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SBK 07 Superbike World Championship

SBK 07 Superbike World Championship (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Sports
Developer: Milestone

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
05/??/2007
EU
05/18/2007
AU
05/31/2007

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Staff Reviews

SBK 07 Superbike World Championship review

Reviewed May 14, 2007

Gary Hartley says: "Crashes are great. Bikes will smash off competitors, spin madly in the air and whack other riders into oblivion; with 22 racers eagerly pushing for places, wheel-clipping and faring-rubbing is going to happen. In full credit to SBK ‘07, the great sense of speed the game presents doesn’t slow down one iota should ever single on of these bikes find their way on-screen – quite the achievement for the seven-year-old hardware it’s housed on. "
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