Road Rash (3DO)
- This page is for the Real 3DO Interactive Multiplayer version. For other games in the series, see Road Rash.
Road Rash in Japanese (ロ ー ド ラ ッ シ ュ - Rōdo rasshu), is a remake of the version of Sega Genesis, a wild action game where the player is in a car (plus a motorcycle), developed by New Software and Monkey Do. Productions, published by Electronic Arts in America, Europe and Japan in mid-1994 for the REAL 3DO Interactive Multiplayer.
Of the original version if they have not tried it, it will compete against 13 other Road Rashers who will stop at nothing to win. During the race, you have two options: you can do your best to cross the finish line, or if the Rushers cause you trouble, use your weapon to shoot them down. Do the latter and your opponent will do the same to you in the next match.
This remake improved the visual quality to a full 3D but with sprites in 2D but having the essence of the version of Sega Genesis and Sega CD which were almost equal, improved the way the controls are used, with a very interesting 3D effect in the era that was launched.
Their music is a mixture of unbridled rock as it was essentially the base game, it had very good reception but as it had been released in the 3DO, it was decided to port it to PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, Sega Saturn and a re-play in Nintendo 64.
Road Rash games are known for their arcade-style gameplay that combines motorcycle racing with combat elements. Players race against opponents on various tracks while being able to kick, punch, and use weapons to attack opponents. The goal is to win races while dealing with the challenges posed by both the track layout and the other riders.
Players could choose from a range of motorcycles, each with its own set of attributes like speed and handling. Additionally, players could pick up weapons during races to use against opponents, which added an element of strategy and chaos to the gameplay.
Don Veca was the musical arranger of this version which also would in the version of PlayStation and Sega Saturn, the genre is type Grunge, Rock and Spase Rock coming from some rock bands of the epoch such as:
- Monster Magnet
All are version Very excellent CD quality, they are already characterized what was the game, a competition that the only thing the player does is win and leave behind contestants cheating.
The game featured a variety of tracks set in different environments, such as city streets, highways, and rural roads. The tracks were designed with obstacles and hazards, adding an extra layer of challenge to the gameplay. As for the music in "Road Rash" for the 3DO, the game is well-known for its soundtrack that featured licensed music from various rock and metal bands of the time. The soundtrack added to the game's rebellious and edgy atmosphere.
Some versions of the game had CD-quality audio tracks that played during races and menus. The exact songs and bands featured in the soundtrack can vary depending on the version of the game and the platform it was released on.
|01||Rusty Cage||Soundgarden||Don Veca||4:26||Download|
|05||The Bridge||Paw||Don Veca||3:34||Download|
|09||Simple Passing||Hammerbox||Don Veca||2:00||Download|
|11||Auto Surgery||Therapy?||Don Veca||2:30||Download|
|12||Dinosaur Vacume||Monster Magnet||Don Veca||5:50||Download|
|13||Last Train To Satansville||Swervedriver||Don Veca||3:35||Download|
- Ripper: GatoVerde95
- Recorder: GatoVerde95
- Game Credits: Electronic Arts
- Original composition songs (Rusty Cage, Outshined, Kickstand & Superunknown): Soundgarden
- Original composition songs (The Bridge, Pansy & Jessie): Paw
- Original composition songs (Trip & Simple Passing): Hammerbox
- Original composition songs (Auto Surgery & Teethgrinder): Therapy?
- Original composition song (Dinosaur Vacume): Monster Magnet
- Original composition songs (Last Train To Satansville & Duel): Swervedriver
- Arranger: Don Veca
This extraction was done by GatoVerde95 Using OperaFS for data extraction, Audacity to read the raw data file to FLAC File, foobar2000 to add metadata and then convert them to OGG (Vorbis).
Make List was also used to facilitate the soundtrack code.
The original rip is not available because it has not been compressed from the original files.
- mobygames.com/game/17194/road-rash/] - MobyGames.
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_Rash_(1991_video_game) - Wikipedia.