In conclusion, Road Rash on the Sega CD is actually pretty good. The only thing it lacks is a two-player mode, but you can't have everything. The invisible walls, which seem to an inherent problem with the graphics engine, don't ruin the experience at all, and there's some solid racing to be had here, especially if you've already played the few quality racers available on the Sega CD, like Jaguar XJ220. If you're looking for a great game to add to your game collection, then try this one out. It may be a little hard to come, by seeing how it was released in 1995, but if you can get your hands on it, you're going to love it.