Road Redemption is an action racing game where you lead your biker gang on a journey across the country in an epic driving combat road rage adventure. Huge campaign, dozens of weapons, full 4-player co-op splitscreen and online multiplayer.
Earn money by completing races, assassinations, robberies, and other challenges in your path. As you collect loot, you'll upgrade your character, your bike, and your weapons.
One Life To Live
Driving a motorcycle at 100 mph while trying to hit someone with a pipe is dangerous, and death can come quickly. Fortunately, every time you die, all the experience you've collected can be used to upgrade your character, your bike, and your weapons.
In the multiplayer mode, you can work with your friends or let out some road rage on them. It's up to you.
A Truly Epic Quest
Road Redemption takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, ruled by a brutal dictator. Fans of Mad Max will feel right at home here.
After years of bloody street warfare, the country's biker gangs have settled into an uneasy truce.
This period of peace is interrupted when the leader of the country's richest weapons cartel is assassinated, and a $15,000,000 bounty is put on the mysterious assassin's head.
It's up to you and your fellow gang members to chase down the assassin and claim this prize, but you'll have to drive through enemy territory to do so. Every biker in the country wants a piece of that $15,000,000 bounty, and they won't hesitate to take out those who get in their way.
Race against enemies, cops and avoid getting killed by carnados! All while trying to kill pretty much everything on screen. What's not to like? (We'll get to that later). You play a mc rider that's after an assassin (or something like that) and the bounty that comes with capturing him. While driving you will be fighting of enemies either with melee or ranged attacks. The melee is quite fun and handles nicely. The shooting... takes some time getting used to, at least on a controller. Over all the controls feels good and the mc's are great to steer. As you play through the game you make money that can be spent on temporary power-ups that lasts for the current life. When you die you get to spend experience on permanent power-ups that make the game possible to finish. I died a lot and it took way too long to level the character to a playable state. It got a bit repetitive with pretty much playing the same levels over and over again, they are procedurally generated with what seems like fixed road pieces. The story is just there and could have been removed and wouldn't have changed my experience, I can barely remember any of it. Even though there are some drawbacks the game is well worth playing through And that's coming from someone who don't care for driving games. Oh yeah, you can unlock Shovel Knight as a driver!
Definitely fun, but the campaign is really frustrating. You have to start from scratch at each playthrough after your character dies. However, you do gain better stats if you earn enough experience in a playthrough to purchase upgrades like higher max health or max nitro, and those apply to your next playthrough. I haven't tried multiplayer yet with friends, but that should be fun.
Road Rash was a motorcycle-racing game for the Sega Genesis with a unique concept. You see, the races were illegal so it means that you could do anything to win... Even beat up another pilot with a club! Also, the races occured inside normal traffic so it was also possible to get your opponents caught in a car accident or to be chased by the police! The game was very funny (especially the remake with FMVs!) but unfortunatly the IP simply disappeared... But today some indie developpers try to bring Road Rash back to life with Road Redemption. This game is what Road Rash would be today. The graphics are pretty good and the gameplay is simply just fun. However, the skill tree might make the game a bit unbalance online... Also note that this is an Early Access title. Things are missing (Like online multiplayer). It is an incomplete game. But it's a fun one!
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