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Posts tagged “Road Rash”

Road Rash spiritual sequel Road Redemption leaves early access, still as gloriously stupid as it needs to be

HIT HIM WITH THE CHAIN. Nothing else mattered. HAHA I HIT HIM WITH THE CHAIN. No-one cared about winning the race. THE CHAIN THE CHAIN HIT EACH OTHER WITH THE CHAIN ALL THE TIME THE CHAIN. This was the experience of trekking to the local games shop every school lunchtime, and paying the very obviously child-hating storekeeper 25p for a ten minute go on a…

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Don’t Be Rash: Road Redemption Alpha Out Now

Road Rash spiritual successor Road Redemption wants it all, and it wants it now over a long period of time in which it will slowly but surely build out its feature list, eventually culminating in an open, procedural United States full of gangs, vehicular mayhem, and presumably roads. For now, however, you can scream down a desert highway while bludgeoning men with shovels and the…

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A Rash Of Updates For Road Redemption

It's been eight months since we checked in to see just how convincingly spiritual Road Rash sequel Road Redemption was smacking people in the face with a chain at 100MPH. Successfully Kickstarted last May, it's recently stuck a helmeted head above the parapet to show off a current build. It looks somewhat as one might expect/hope - a 16-bit ethos transposed to 21st century tech…

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Road Rash (Kinda) Returns: Road Redemption

EA may not be making the most, erm, popular calls these days, but in terms of sheer quantity of beloved classics, you certainly can't take a motorcycle-propelled sledgehammer to its accomplishments. That last bit, however, is the exact premise of Road Rash, a largely console-based illegal bike racing classic that stole the hearts of starry eyed youths and - as unbiased science has proven - transformed…

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EA Dares To Question Holiness Of Old Games

CVG have an interesting story from EA's games chief, Frank Gibeau, discussing their history of games and the potential for reviving old IPs. It's interesting because it's Gibeau who points out that some of those classic games we all remember loving, well, he says, they might not actually be that good. Dare you admit the same?

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