Parents' Guide to

Driveclub Bikes

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Motorcycle expansion good but limited, has mild violence.

Game PlayStation 4 2015
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This expansion pack is a pretty fun addition to the racer -- especially if you've had your fill of cars and would like to try racing superbikes -- but it’s not a flawless experience. The shift from four wheels to two is definitely well-received, because this is a faster arcade game with more room on the tracks for rival bike racers (than cars) and more challenges in handling (such as hairpin turns). Plus, these superbikes are fast. Handling takes a bit of getting used to -- don't bother pressing "circle" to drift around corners as you would in Driveclub -- but should feel good after a couple of races.

Many of the Driveclub race types and tracks are the same for Driveclub Bikes, but this new game includes a mode that has you earn points by pulling off moves such as wheelies and poppies, plus mini-objectives will pop up to challenge you to complete a task and then let you send it to online friends. Overall, Driveclub Bikes offers a lot of bang for the buck at only $14.99 for the expansion or $19.99 for the standalone download, but some of the lack of variety keeps it as only a decent expansion.

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