1 to 2 Players
ESRB: Kids to Adult
Mild Animated Violence
Teen Animated Violence
| Retail Barcode:
0 14633 07594 6
Buzz Puppet and the Advanced Technology Group
| Sony ID:
December 29, 1995
SUPERBIKES, HEAVY METAL AND A BASEBALL BAT, WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED?
Road Rash for the PlayStation game console mashes no-holds-barred motorcycle combat racing with the hottest alternative bands to deliver the hardest-hitting action around. Lucky for you there are only 3 options- LEAD, FOLLOW, or BECOME ROAD-KILL.
- Music from hot A&M bands like Soundgarden, Hammerbox, Magnet, Paw, Therapy?, Swervedriver and Monster Magnet.
- Swervedriver heats things up with an exclusive full length video.
- 5 racing environments that look so real, it hurts.
- Didn’t do so well? Over 25 minutes of video will rub your face in it.
- Give the man a hand. On second thought, make it a club.
- Take an arsenal tour of 15 hot bikes in the Bike Shop, Rat Bikes, Sport Bikes, and Super Bikes…Come get some.
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Jewel Case Variant
Jewel Case Variant – “Teen” Sticker Variant. The ESRB re-evaluated the game, causing the need to sticker over the “Kids to Adult” rating. While the manual and back insert have been 100% matching pairs, I’ve only once seen a disc with the sticker on it. This leads to speculation if the stickers were applied to at the factory, or if applied to at the retailers (and if at retailers, is this an EB Games / Babbages ‘gut copy’? Would they have just been applied to the outside of the shrinkwrap?). That said, only the manual and insert are needed for the full variant.
The true, printed ‘Teen’ ESRB variant with matching disc.
Greatest Hits Jewel Case Variant.
- Road Rash is regretfully stuck with a bunch of misprints in the same vein as Final Fantasy VII. The long box claims the game is one player. The jewel case original claims it’s 1 to 4 players. The true amount of players (which is 2) would not be properly documented until the ‘Teen’ jewel variant.
- Another port from the 3DO, though it was fixed up in various spots.
- Despite it’s legacy from the early days of gaming, the series swan song’ed on the PlayStation, and hasn’t been seen since.
- Road Rash gained some notoriety on the 3DO, as early system boxes and sales pamphlets showed an illustration of the game but treated it as a ‘screenshot’. Obviously it looked nothing like the picture.