Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platform: Game Boy, PS1
ESRB Rating: Everyone Release Date: 2000
1 Stars out of 4
Review by Tom Allen
1 Star out of 4
(Review of Game Boy version)
The graphics in Road Rash are pretty impressive. The curving roads and rising hills and horizon
lines are convincing enough to make you feel like you're playing Pole Position.
As with other Road Rash titles, however, the key aspect of game play always slips out of reach.
It's extremely difficult to punch other riders off the road. As a result, there's more Road Miss
than Road Rash.
The ten locales, eight bikes, and five tracks offer limited replay value, and the game play is only
as complex as the number of weapons (chains, pipes, clubs). Cars on the road provide added
challenge, as you often crash into them by accident.
With two Road Rash cartridges and a Game Link cable, you can race head to head with a friend,
but good luck finding a friend who will be interested in playing this bare bones title.
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