Road Rash debuted on the 16-bit Sega Mega Drive/Genesis in 1991. All races take place in locales in the U.S. state of California on progressively longer two-lane roads. While the game had a two-player mode, it was a take-turns system that only allowed one person to play his or her individual game at a time. There are 14 computer players and a human player.
There are 8 bikes to choose from, and one weapon: the club. Races would be won by placing first, second, third, or fourth in each of the five tracks. After all five tracks were won, the player would advance to the next level, where the track would be longer, the opponents faster, and much more money at stake for a victory or a loss. The game was eventually ported onto the Game Gear, Sega Master System, Nintendo Game Boy and Commodore Amiga, making the debut title the only Road Rash game of the Genesis series to have been distributed onto other consoles and computers.
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