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Road Rash for the Game Gear has all the excitement of the Electronic Arts original. It twists open the throttle for highway hijinks on the small screen.
Une conversion honnête du titre de la MD. Les amateurs seront ravis.
A racing game with personality but aside from the fact that you can punch other riders, this doesn't really offer much that's different from other racing games.
Retro Spirit Games
Sega's 8-bit consoles were not left out of the loop, with versions for both the Master System and its handheld little brother, the Game Gear. Both are extremely impressive considering the limited power these two consoles are packing, and they retain the cartoony visuals of the Mega Drive original - albeit in 8-bit form - they even have a damn good stab at recreating the soundtrack - but they obviously pale in comparison to the 16-bit original.