Graphics, as one would expect from a SEGA game, is excellent. The bikes, tracks, and scenery are very detailed, and look very nice in SVGA resolution. The playability is also excellent - even though the game certainly cannot rival the smooth arcade controls, this PC version of Manx TT allows you to reconfigure keys, including gamepad. The gameplay is also quite fun: in the PC mode, you can either practice a course, or select the "Manx TT Challenge" which requires you to race in all 4 courses. If you succeed you will be awarded with a selection of superbikes and access to the superbike challenge, which is even harder. Unfortunately, Manx TT offers only two tracks: the Manx TT, and the Laxey Coast course. These courses are then mirrored with different backdrops to create the final two courses. Four courses simply are not enough for a solid racing game to keep fans entertained, which means Manx TT is at best a fun time-filler that has very little replayability once you have seen all the courses. More courses, or at least the ability to play custom-made maps for multiplayer sessions, would have made the game much better and guarantee our Top Dog award.