TT Isle of Man Ride on the Edge 2 (2020)
Developer: Kylotonn Games
Publisher: Bigben Interactive
Platforms: Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One
Damageable vehicles: ?
|AyrtPR97, the images must be horizontal, trying to respect a 16:9 aspect so that they are not deformed like the last ones you published |
-- Last edit: 2020-04-14 07:29:27
|I've uploaded some pictures from the showroom, while we wait for Kylotonn to consider adding a photo mode or even patching the game.|
| AyrtPR97 wrote |
that's not a good mechanic imo. not your fault but it seems to me like it's an oversight by the devs
-- Last edit: 2020-03-20 21:50:26
| Klumb3r wrote |
Yes, it is not because the speed of the bike, it's because, when hitting the screenshot key on the keyboard, the camera gets back to a behind the bike position, while the screenshot is being taken. So it is blurry whatever the bike is stopped or not.
|And if you have the bike stopped, does it still look blurry?|
| Klumb3r wrote |
Ok, will crop them. As for the blurriness, as I mentioned earlier, this game doesn't have a photo-mode (unlike Ride 3), and when I hit the keyboard to make a screenshot, it moves the camera, making the photos blurry (and it doesn't seems like there is an option to prevent this). That's why I asked if I could take the pics from the showroom, to prevent the images from being blurry. I know it's better to have photos from the vehicles "in action", but until they implement a photo-mode, the pics will be blurry (if you allow me to make the pics from the showroom and they later implement a photo-mode, I will take the pics again, don't worry about that).
|AyrtPR97, always crop your images, and try not to make them look so blurry, try to imitate the Ride 3 style.|
|So here it is, the new iteration of the TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge is here. The game is not centered around a certain edition of the Tourtist Trophy. Rather than that, it presents us riders and bikes from the 2015-2019 editions, even two teams from the TT Classic, as well as three other classic bikes.|
A real improvement over the first game, with better graphics and more "friendly" physics. It still lacks on rider movement and other aspects from, for example, the Ride franchise. Also, I'm still having problems to adapt to the new third-person cameras, but that may just be a personal apreciation.
The game doesn't have a photo-mode, and apparently every time you hit a key on the keyboard, it auto-centers the camera, that's why the images look like they have a lot of "movement". After taking the shots I realized that you can access the Showroom, so if you prefer standing pics from there, let me know and I will take them again.
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