Road Redemption, the Kickstarted spiritual successor to damn near legendary motorcycle racer Road Rash, has a mode where cars just continuously rain from the sky while you're driving. Seriously.
Have you played Road Rash? You'll enjoy the next 45 seconds. Above is footage from the alpha of Road Redemption, an open-world motorcycle combat racer and spiritual successor to the Road Rash series, which had its last entry in '99. The game lands on PC in August, with Wii U and Xbox 360 versions to follow later.
We've got an all-new layout, but the same great gaming scoops and rumors from that mysterious figure known as Superannuation. What did Superannuation dig up this time? Tons of things that you're probably not supposed to know about yet...
On Reddit, Road Rash designer Dan Geisler said he'll "do a kickstart on [a new Road Rash], if there is enough interest."
Two video game series fondly remembered by fans, but almost completely untapped by Electronic Arts are motorcycle combat contest Road Rash and isometric military shooter Strike. EA hasn't made a new game in either of those series this generation, but it tried during the last.
While we were certain that Electronic Arts was going to revisit classic racer Road Rash last year—we trust ex-Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach without reservation—the publisher denied it was in development. Well it was at one point.
EA recently filed brand new trademarks for some real old stuff. Classic stuff, some from EA, some from older studios that EA gobbled up. Think Bullfrog. And, more excitingly, Origin.
Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello has been dropping some none-too-subtle hints that the company is interested in another Road Rash. He name-checked the bloody motorcycle racing classic at DICE during his talk and recently in a GameDaily interview in an attempt to, we assume, get gamers misty-eyed with nostalgia for…