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Alpha gameplay footage of Road Redemption shows off the high-speed brutality players can enact on fellow motorcycle-riders on a strip of desert highway. We're not sure if the sound effects are final, but that thump when the player hits an enemy rider is already quite satisfying. Road Redempt...

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April 14, 2014 at 3:15PM
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As a spiritual successor to classic motorcycle combat game Road Rash, Road Redemption includes all manner of violent implements to splatter your fellow racers across the asphalt - including a borderline-cruel grenade launcher. You can see the explosive ordinance in the footage above alongsid...

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Road Redemption, a spiritual successor to Road Rash currently seeking funding through Kickstarter, will be ported to Wii U by Dark Seas Games if it successfully secures support. Dark Seas Games lauded the Wii U's tablet controller as a great tool for local multiplayer, bypassing the need to split t...

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DarkSeas Games is looking to finance a spiritual successor to Road Rash through Kickstarter. Road Redemption is a Unity-based game for PC, Mac OSX and Linux featuring a single-player story revolving around biker gangs and drug distribution routes and online multiplayer. As you can see in the annou...

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Apparently Reddit grants wishes now, at least when it comes to reviving old Sega Genesis games. Yesterday, Reddit user kybobs posed the question, "Why hasn't this game resurfaced?" alongside the above image of brutal motorcycle racer Road Rash. Lo and behold, a few hours later, Road Rash co-designe...

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Don't you wish there were a motorcycle racing game where you could beat your opponents mercilessly while passing them at high speeds? There is, friends. It's called Road Rash -- and it's wonderful. Superannuation spotted a nearly three-year-old "pre-vis" version (read as: mock-up) of a current-gen...

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