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The easily outrun and overly simplistic combat is a major blow that Road Rage never manages to recover from. The basic open world design, ugly visuals, and various bugs become harder to tolerate knowing just how deeply unfulfilling the core gameplay is, even when you factor in the budget price tag.
Unfortunately Road Rage is a disaster in all its elements. It is a badly designed game, very broken and unplayable in many cases. It tries to cover an alleged open map and a certain freedom of action that is fictitious, when its technical section does not allow it. It is surprising that such a game has managed to go on sale. He does not remember, in anything, the classic that is supposed to pay tribute.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
While Road Rage is too uneven to be a true Road Rash successor, it captures enough of the fun of motorcycle combat that made those games great. If you can ignore the dumb story, drab visuals, and lame soundtrack and just enjoy the smooth racing and brutal combat, you're bound to have a good time.
Road Rage might incite rage in the gamer, but for all the wrong reasons.
I hate to be overtly negative about any videogame, but Road Rage is a classic example of a game that just disappoints on almost every level.
It's a broken, bewildering, shambolic mess, and never speak of it again.
Road Rage feels very, very much like a bad Steam game that was plucked from obscurity by an overly-optimistic publisher. It fails on every single level and in the end, it isn't even so bad that it's funny. It's just bad.
Throwing other bikers off their bikes is not enough to attract anyone today. Every other mechanic is broken and that's a big „no” from me.
Review in Polish | Read full review
In conclusion, for a team that brought you games like Sniper Elite, WRC4 and most recently Farming Simulator 17, the game really falls short of the talent one might have come to expect from the publishing team. The game has its moments, but never really becomes more than a short burst of time filling between major games.
Road Rage takes the Road Rash formula and fails to live up to any single entry in that series despite great advances in technology since its last entry — let alone its heyday.