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Road Rash

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  • Система: 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
  • Игроков: 1
  • Издатель: Electronic Arts
  • Разработчик: Monkey Do, EA Advanced Technology Group
  • Год выпуска: 27.08.1994


Надеваем шлем, заводим байк и делаем всех своих противников на трассе!
Road Rash совмещает в себе быстрейшие гонки на мотоциклах и элементы уличных боёв. Не прерываемый драйв от старта до финиша, полный газ, уклоняемся от удара противника и сбиваем его следующим ударом. Гонки просто безбашенные.

В игре представлены 5 трасс, которые с каждым последующим уровнем удлиняются.

Эта версия для Sega CD представляет из себя "адскую" комбинацию Mega Drive версии и 3DO, так как в ней совместили геймплей из Road Rash (чем-то даже на вторую часть похож) оригинальной Sega и FMV видео и саундтреки из 3DO.

Игра выходила на множестве систем: Sega Mega Drive, Atari ST, Amiga, Sega Master System, Game Boy, Game Gear, 3DO, Sega CD, Saturn, PlayStation, PC, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance. Некоторые из них здорово отличаются от оригинала.

Designed by Randy Dillon, Dan Hewitt, David Stokes, Emmanuel Berriet.

1995.07.22 U

Description: Features the music of Soundgarden, Monster Magnet, Swervedriver and others; in fact, when the game was initially released there was a music CD packed in with abbreviated tunes from the game. You need that extra CD to call this "complete".

This is a remake of the original Road Rash from the early nineties. For those who have not played the original, you are competing against thirteen other "Road Rashers" who will stop at nothing to win 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place. During the race, you have two options available to you: you can either do your best to cross the finish line, or use your weapon to bring the Rashers to the ground if they are giving you trouble. If you do the latter, your opponents will do the same to you during the next race that takes place.

There are five circuits to race: The City, The Peninsula, Pacific Highway, Sierra Nevada, and Napa Valley. Some of these circuits are dangerous. As well as the obstacles and traffic that you encounter along the way, there are also cops driving on bikes who will arrest you if you happen to crash or stop your bike near them, and you have to pay a fine in order to get in any more races. Your bike will be wrecked if you crash too many times, and you have to pay for damages, but the amount you have to pay depends on the bike that you are riding. Once you have completed the first five circuits, you have to race them again another four times - but at a much more difficult level. Manage to win all five circuits on all levels, and you win the Road Rash cup.

There are about five bikes to choose from, which are divided into three groups. Rat, Sport, and Super. You start the first level with a Rat bike, but as you proceed through the levels, it is important to pick bikes from a different bike class.

If you have no plans to win the Road Rash cup, you can choose the game’s Thrash mode. The difference between this and the other mode is that there is no money involved (ie: you are not allowed to buy bikes), and you are competing against fourteen opponents. And if you wreck your bike or you get busted, you have to start all over again. Regardless of the mode you pick, you will always start in the last place.

The remake also contains FMV movies that usually depict the outcome of the races, as well as limited songs performed by various recording artists, including Soundgarden, Therapy?, Monster Magnet, and Swervedriver. These songs can be changed on-the-fly via the game’s options menu.

This outstanding game was probably the pinnacle of the Road Rash series. Gorgeous graphics, rocking music, and loads of options compliment the same exciting gameplay made famous on the Genesis. The production quality is great, with high octane music and stylish video cut scenes. The five tracks all feature beautiful, constantly changing scenery. In the city areas, you drive down building-lined streets teeming with traffic and pedestrians, something that was never possible on the Genesis. Most of the objects look digitized, and the framerate keeps up pretty well as you careen down city streets at breakneck speeds. The gameplay is almost identical to the Genesis version; you can kick, punch, or smack your opponents with a club or chain. You can even beat up on the police and ride over pedestrians. Some of the advanced bikes feature a "nitro" speed burst. The video scenes showing gangs of bikers are entertaining and the music is fantastic, featuring Soundgarden, Hammerbox, and Paw, to name a few. The "Big Game" mode allows you to earn money, purchase bikes, and progress through five levels. The set of tracks in each level are the same, except they get longer and tougher. I’ve always been a big Road Rash fan, and I was very impressed with this. © Copyright 2001 The Video Game Critic.

демка издана Panasonic
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По-другому эта игра называлась Road Rash: Blood of the Courier
Кроссплатформенная игра! - Road Rash


Programming: Randy Dillon, Dan Hewitt, David Stokes, Emmanuel Maa Berriet
Additional Programming: Wei Shoong Teh, Don Veca, Tim Learmont, Frank Giraffe, Drew Topel
Graphics: Louis Sremac, Matt Sarconi, Neil Strudwick, Nathan Walrath, Margaret Folye, Oliver Wade
3D Graphics: Dimitri Detchev
Photography: Robert Fujioka Studios Inc.
Game Music: Don Veca
Game Sound Effects: Don Veca, Tony Berkeley, Marc Farley
Track Editor: Thom Phillabaum
Track Layout and Design: Stephen Murray, Jeff Glazier, Mike Lopez, Steve Matulac
Game Design: Randall Breen, Lori Washbon
Writers: David Luoto, Jamie Poolos
Game Testing: Richard Rogers, Mike Hensley, Mike Lopez, Colleen McManus
Asisstant Producer: Steve Murray
Project Manager: Lucy Bradshaw
Product Director: David Sze
Art director: Jeff Smith
Additional art: Lori Washbon, Dale Horstman
Director of Development: Keith McCurdy
Producer: Randy Breen
Package design: E.J. Sarraille Design Group
Package Photography: Robert Fujioka Studios

Game Cast
Motorcycle Rider: Denise Kobza Jr. (Bud Man)
Motorcycle Cop: Randy Breen
Business People: Lucy Bradshaw, Margaret Foley, Jeff Lee, Mark Douglas, Cyndi Hill, David Stokes
Tourist: Andrea Smith
Pedestrian: Emily Favors
Old Lady: Audrey Gustafson
Joggers: Randy Dillon, Audrey Gustafson
Skateboarders: David Luoto, Nathan Walrath
Bikers: Noreen Berberiech, Randy Dillan, Mark Douglas, Lisa Higgins, Dave Luoto, Andrea Smith, Jeff Smith
Boogie Boarder: Dan Hewitt
Beach Dwellers: Dan Hewitt, Kara Mabry
Drivers: Kara Mabry, David Stokes
Tennis Player: Jeff Lee
Hitchhikers: Margaret Foley, Dan Hewitt
Caltrans Workers: Mark Douglas, Dan Hewitt, Lisa Higgins, David Luoto, Jeff Lee, Andrea Smith
Bicyclist: Neil Strudwick

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